Tuesday 16th of June 2015
Africa Oyé, the UK’s largest free celebration of African music and culture, returns to Liverpool’s Sefton Park this summer.
The event, which will take place on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st June from 12:30 – 21:30, promises to be a spectacular occasion, representing the African Diaspora from all corners of the globe.
Make sure to arrive early and secure your spot in the beautiful Sefton Park and enjoy all that the festival has to offer. This year the ‘Oyé Village’ returns with international food stalls, DJs, dance classes and workshops for all the family to enjoy.
The line up will include Reggae legend Frankie Paul, Kenya’s Sarabi and Peru’s Cumbria All Stars, along with dozens of other acts across the festival weekend. The West African Blues Project will be represented at Sefton Park this year courtesy of Modou Toure and Ramon Goose, and thanks to a massive success at Africa Oyé 2014, Radio 1 Xtra’s DJ Edu will be returning to entertain audiences between acts.
The annual event, which takes place in Aigburth’s Sefton Park, located just outside of Liverpool City Centre is a free event and welcomes all ages.
Located just a couple of minutes walk away from Liverpool’s quirky and fashionable Lark Lane, there’s no better excuse to take advantage of your Easirent hire car and park up for a light bite in one of the Lane’s many offerings. Why not try the Moon and Pea? Check out our review of the superb little bistro here.
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