The BantuFest is a not-for-profit community festival organized by the BantuFest a not-for-profit organisation that showcases the diversity of global music, food, arts and culture, bringing thousands of people together each year in a celebration of life. Bantu means a group of people and thus the festival name ‘BantuFest’ literally used to refer to a gathering of amazing people from different walks of life, for a great cause.
Over 40 performing groups will offer a whole range of multicultural performances including folk, jazz, blues, hip-hop and rock, Indigenous music and dance, drum circles, fire shows, cabaret, poetry, theatre, and traditional dance groups from around the world.
Each year the BantuFest involves hundreds creative arts, cultural, and community groups, making Bantu Fest one of the most inclusive festivals in the world. This year is set to be the greatest celebration yet. BantuFest represents the essence of brotherhood and sisterhood by bringing together people from all walks of life, in the spirit of love, unity and friendship.
Coming together under the theme of ‘Uniting Cultures through Art’ gives BantuFest its magical vibe.