By our reporter
Ekyoto International Cultural Festival is happening tomorrow on Friday.
The three day event will run from 21ST to 23rd September at Uganda Museum.
The Festival under the theme;” Our adverse cultures empowering each other ” brings all unique cultures together where they will showcase their physical display of distinguishing identities ranging from their cuisines, music and dance, dress code, poetry and fire place storytelling, exhibition of their unique arts, crafts, technology and innovations that will include; iron smelting, Backcloth making and other historical tales.
The main theme for this year’s edition is food; different cultures of Uganda alongside other international communities that include the Indians through Indian Association of Uganda, the Chines, Turkish, Ethiopians, Rwandans and Congolese will showcase what they are best known for, giving people a taste of Ugandan and other international cuisines from across the world all in one spot.
Come taste Uganda; come enjoy the tastes, sights and sounds of the world.
We know that culture begins at the heart of every family, so this a perfect time for families to come out and get together to enjoy the foods, cultural performances, the kids play area where our ancient traditional games like; kwepena, rope pulling, kawuna, duru will be there, then face painting, bouncing castles, cultural quiz competitions, talking head, kyesubbo and a lot more.
A country that celebrates together, stays together, let’s all be at Uganda museum for this unique experience.
Entrance is 5k for adults and 2k for Kids.