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Sun Noon: Woodbine Park and Group Okavango

sun noon: Woodbine Park, according to NOW Magazine. Free. Jul 7 & 8, Sat noon-11 pm, Sun noon-8 pm. Find out more here. Headliners this year include Congolese Roga Roga and Extra Music, Ivory Coast Afro-Zouk singer Monique Seka, Juno-award winning multinational group Okavango and many more. The 30th anniversary of Afrofest, the largest free festival of its kind in North America, will feature acts from over 20 countries showcasing a blend of vocal performances, music, drumming and dance all representing traditional and contemporary artistic styles. ( As reported in the news.