Pan Africa Festival

Pan Africa Festival

Oregon’s annual Pan African Festival celebrates the presence, resilience, strength, and influence of Pan Africans (Africans, Caribbean and African Americans) in Oregon. We believe the festival is a cultural vehicle to galvanize, mobilize and empower Diaspora Africans in Oregon. It is a springboard to community capacity building, to increase understanding within and between communities and to stimulate dialogue and increase awareness and sensitivity. This vision is captured in our theme of: Experience The Culture.

Beyond the day of the festival itself, we also engage in a variety of community development dialogues and events year-round with local community-based organizations to help inspire Diaspora African finding lasting solutions for sustainable future.

All Ages
Pioneer Courthouse Square
701 SW 6th Ave, Portland, Oregon, 97204 See Map
Sat,
from 12pm to 8:30pm
Free admission
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