The date for Kankurang Festival 2022 confirmed

Confirmed and approved - The 5th Janjanbureh Kankurang Festival is scheduled from 28th - 30th January 2022!
The main purpose of the festival is to showcase the unique cultural expression of the Kankurang and other masking traditions of West Africa so that the Island will gain visibility and attract more and more visitors who would like to experience an intangible authentic cultural heritage.

More info about the program, accommodation possibilities and activities in Janjanburreh coming soon!

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