The 28th Annual MOJA Festival hits Charleston tomorrow (Wednesday) and will continue on until October 9th. The festival celebrates African-American and Caribbean Arts and many of the events are free. MOJA’s official site says the festival will “include visual arts, classical music, dance, gospel, jazz, poetry, R&B music, storytelling, theatre, children’s activities, traditional crafts, ethnic food, and much, much more.”
There are MANY events, so be sure to see the detailed schedule on the official site.
In the meantime, here is a small sampling of what the MOJA Festival offers this week:
9/30/11 – MOJA Caribbean Street Parade and Opening Ceremonies – Brittlebank Park
9/30/11 – MOJA Reggae Block Dance – Brittlebank Park
10/1/11 – MOJA Heritage Day – Hampton Park, Downtown
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