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People of Culture to Unite African Creatives for Black History Month

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The 2021 edition of the annual People of Culture Festival has been announced to take place on Saturday February 27.

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s showcase will be streamed live on to viewers across the world from Chicago, United States of America.

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Now in its second season, the People of Culture Festival was founded by Nigerian born brothers, Efe Iyare and Nosa Iyare in 2018, as a means of bridging the gap between immigrant Africans and African Americans, while rewriting the African narrative through the visual lens of music, fashion, lifestyle and other forms of art.

Specifically, this year’s edition also commemorates Black History Month and promises to be as entertaining, like previous events guests can expect the very best of black music from artists across Africa and the United States.

Artists, billed to perform at the event include: Arelle Tones (Nigerian-American), Esi Chelle (Ghanaian-American), Bibianna (Madagascar), Bvnk (Nigeria), John NetworQ (Nigeria), Mellow (South Africa), Re Alissa (USA), Ifeanyi Elswith (USA), Juvelly (Dr Congo), Jay Tendo (Ghana), among others.

Viewers can catch the full show live here on event day from 6PM – 8PM US Central time.

For details on this live stream event, guests can follow Culture Power TV or register ahead via www.pocevent.com


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