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Pan-Afrika Drum Festival returns for second edition in 2024, theme unveiled

The Drum Online Media Incorporation, after the success of its maiden edition, is gearing up to host the second Pan-Afrika Drum Festival. This exciting event will be held on Thursday, June 27, 2024, at the Fuzion Banquet Hall, Britannia Road, Mississauga, Ontario, with the grand finale scheduled for Friday, July 28, 2024, at Wesley Hall, 69 Milvan Dr, North York, ON M9L 1Y8.

With the theme, “Exploring the Dynamism of African Drums and Canadian Multiculturalism for Global Unity, Inclusivity, and Development,” the festival promises to be an exhilarating cultural experience. It aims to foster unity, inclusivity, and development, blending the rich traditions of African drumming with the multiculturalism of Canada.

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In a press release distributed to media executives, Prince Segun Akanni, the Convener of the festival, announced that the event is a collaborative effort with the Global Forum for Human Rights and Sustainable Development (GFHRSD).

Prince Segun Akanni, Convener, Pan-Afrika Drum Festival

The maiden edition of the Pan-Afrika Drum Festival, which took place on July 28, 2023, was a resounding success. It showcased the vibrant and diverse world of African drumming and culture, leaving a lasting impression on attendees.

The forthcoming festival is set to build on this success, offering attendees a chance to further explore the dynamic world of African drumming and the multiculturalism of Canada. It is expected to draw participants and enthusiasts from diverse backgrounds who share a common passion for music, culture, and global unity.

With the dates now confirmed, the second Pan-Afrika Drum Festival in 2024 is already generating anticipation and excitement within the international cultural and music community. It promises to be an unforgettable event that celebrates the richness of cultural diversity and promotes global unity and development through the language of music.

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