The largest showcase of pan-African cultures, The All Festival is back later this year and is set to take place from 21 to 23 October.
The event will give residents to chance to experience the continent's energy, beauty and diversity.
Held at Burj Park, Downtown Dubai, individuals can delight in a variety of culinary experiences, exquisite performances from local and global artists, heritage-focused activations, fashion exhibits and art installations, all of which will be a tribute to Africa.
The event is free to all and is set to shine a light, especially on the arts, culture, and entertainment scenes.
Nina Olatoke, CEO and Co-Founder of the All Africa Festival said, "We are thrilled to be bringing back AFF this year, an event first curated in 2018 with the desire to showcase Africa's vibrant food and entertainment experiences to a growing expat community in the UAE and the region. Having garnered significant traction over the years, we take on the challenge of curating an event of an even bigger magnitude, in partnership with Emaar, the masterplan developer. This year's edition marks a significant turning point for us as an organization. As we bring to life the electric, vibrant energy for which Africa is known, we are also drawing together Africa's enthusiasts and lovers to an outdoor festival with guest safety end enjoyment at the core of our collective mandate."