Friday, July 7, 2017

AFROFEST 2017

By Eva Fydrych

How to Enjoy the Festival in Style

Photo by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine



TORONTO - Last Friday, Fashion Studio Magazine had the pleasure to meet and interview Peter Toh, Executive & Artistic Director of Music Africa, organisers of Afrofest - the largest free African Music Festival in North America.

Here are 9 useful tips how to enjoy Afrofest 2017 in style:



1. Check out the festival program and plan in advance which musicians you want to see
2. Wear comfortable shoes (no high heels, ladies!)
3. Bring some cash
4. Don't forget your camera
5. Wear sunscreen and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun
6. Take part in a dancing competition
7. Buy a souvenir (African accessories are gorgeous!)
8. Try African and Caribbean food available at the festival
9. Share your pictures on social media using #AFROFEST2017 hashtag



SWIPE....Peter Toh, Executive & Artistic Director of Music Africa organizers of @afrofest_toronto had the pleasure of being interviewed by Eva Fydrych, Founder of @fashionstudiomagazine regarding this year's festival courtesy of @prdivacommunications. ๐ŸŽ‰ ———————————————————— Visit @fashionstudiomagazine 's Insta Story NOW to catch all the behind the scenes action! Feature story coming soon. ๐Ÿ“ฐ๐ŸŽฅ ———————————————————— Join us at #AFROFEST2017 this JULY 8 & JULY 9 at WOODBINE PARK! FREE ENTRY FOR ALL! ๐ŸŒ • • • #fashionstudiomagazine #torontodance #africandance #toronto_insta #torontoevents #afrofest #afrofesttoronto #festivals #ootd #bloggers #people #torontolife #contentcreator #torontofestivals #socialmedia #influencer #freefestival #free #africanbeauty #music #talent #media #festival #diversity #culture #torontofood #africa
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About Afrofest

Held annually, Afrofest takes place the first weekend of July at Woodbine Park in the heart of Toronto. Started in 1989 by Music Africa, Afrofest showcases the best in African music, art, crafts, culture and food. Now in its 28th year, the festival has continued to grow and so has the calibre of artists that have graced its stages.






See you tomorrow at Woodbine Park! :)


***Full interview with Peter Toh coming soon!***

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