Over 125 vendors from the African Diaspora join us each year to celebrate the tradition in preserving African and African‑American culture. Their display of authentic African fabrics, jewelry, and music will leave you in awe. Philadelphia city blocks are a vibrant marketplace filled with vendors selling many kinds of crafts, goods and food.
ODUNDE was created in 1975 by Lois Fernandez. The festival attracts UP TO 500,000 people annually and is the largest African American street festival held in the country.
Days/Hours Open:Sun 10am‑8pm
Address:699 S. 23rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146
Entertainment:1 stage - Regional, Local.
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# Food Booths: tba
# of Exhibitors:125
Prize Money: na
Deadlines:Art & Craft: until full Music: 03/15/2022 Food: until full
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