Welome to the Bagamoyo Arts Festival!

Bagamoyo Arts Festival is held annually in the bustling coastal city of Bagamoyo in October. Known as the arts capital of Tanzania, Bagamoyo is home to the Bagamoyo College of Arts or Chuo cha Sanaa, which acts as a centre for the many art centres, craftsmen, artist cooperatives and sculpture groups in the city.

In October the Bagamoyo Arts Festival attracts visitors from all over the world, who come to take part or simply spectate and observe. Traditional dance and music performances, displays of acrobatics, sculpture exhibitions, art workshops, reggae and hiphop concerts, and much more, keep the town buzzing and the people busy for the whole five days of the festival.

For further information about the Bagamoyo Arts Festival please

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