About The Festival
Thriving with rich culture and vibrant energy, Africa is a content that showcases its versatility all around the world. With a growing trend for fashion, music, food, entertainment and sports, it's easy to see why so many people enjoy the diversity that it brings.
The African Summer Fest is a cultural showcase with great tasting food, famous contemporary fashion designs, live music performance, kids entertainment and much more. This event caters to those who love African culture and enjoy celebrating it.
This is why our organization has sought out to bring out the best that the African diaspora has to offer, by hosting our annual African Summer Fest in Atlanta, Ga. With high anticipation for this event, it's sure to attract those who love the African culture and strive to explore all aspect of it's uniqueness.
By bringing to you local and international vendors we hope to create an event that will be visited for years to come, bringing together people from all walks of life to celebrate the best in African heritage.
Our organization is always seeking new, fresh and creative minds. If you are interested in becoming a member of our event committee or would like more information please contact us.
How do I get to the African Summer Fest?
Take I-20 East to Decatur (Augusta) from downtown Atlanta
Take I-285 exit (67, Macon/Greenville) just past Columbia Drive exit, stay to the left towards Greenville
Take exit 40 (Church Street/Clarkston)
Turn right off of the exit towards Clarkston Drive straight about mile to first light. (intersection with overpass - N. Indian Creek Dr.)
Turn right and Clarkston Library is on the left (approx. 2 blocks)
The Clarkston Community Center (3701 College Avenue) is behind the Library.