Since 1983

African American Cultural Alliance

Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.

The African Street Festival...

 37th Annual African Street Festival
September 20 - 22, 2019
Nashville, Tennessee

Coming Soon!!

Nashville's Annual African Street festival will be held at Hadley Park State Hosted by the African American Cultural Alliance (AACA), this phenomenal, family-oriented festival has grown continuously and now attracts thousands who are interested in African and African American culture.

The festival has garnered local media attention and remains one of the city's premiere events attracting people of all ages, from all walks of life and from all sectors of the region. And our celebration is now also expanding to include the cultures of the Caribbean, North, Central and South America and other places around the world where Africa is also represented in its people and cultures.

The African Street Festival event can also give companies and other organizations a unique opportunity to support one of the largest festivals of this type in the Southeast. Please contact us about becoming a sponsor or visit our profile at to learn more about us.

Some of what's included each year at our festival is:
The Children's Pavilion (featuring arts and crafts, drumming, dance, storytelling and more Authentic African, American and other cuisines representing the Diaspora

An eclectic mix of live music, such as African, Reggae, Latin, R&B, Jazz, Gospel, Neo-Soul, Country, Blues, African Drumming & More

Become a part of Nashville's longest-running cultural event!

The AACA is looking for dedicated volunteers to work as part of the
African Street Festival Team.

If you are interested and live in the Nashville Metropolitan area,
please call or email us your contact information.

The African American Cultural Alliance is a non-profit organization,
founded in May of 1983, to promote and celebrate the cultural and historical
 backgrounds of people of African descent throughout the African Diaspora.

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