The Ninth Ghana National Parade and Festival has been slated for August 4 at Crontona Park, Bronx New York according to organizers of the fun fair event.

The festival, which would welcome visitors to an open air display of Ghanaian Culture, through food, music, dance among others with a theme “Celebrating our Culture” has become an annual attraction to New Yorkers and visitors of the City during the summer.

The event which would be full of activities starting from 11am to 6pm on August 4, 2018 is also aimed at inspiring the socio-political involvement of Ghanaians in the USA, while affording the opportunity to imbibe the Ghanaian culture.

The Ghana National Parade and Festival a non-profit corporation founded in February 2008, by Samuel Aboah is parade held annually is to celebrate Ghanaian cultural heritage, and bring together Ghanaian-Americans making positive contributions in the area of science, business, sports, entertainment, community service among others.

The event is supported by Ghana Mission New York, National Commission for Ghanaian Associations, Ghana Chamber of Commerce, Ghana Ministers Followership International, and Ghana Heritage Broklyn and many others.


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