In this annual, special and popular cultural festival, Nigeria displays African culture and heritage by means of music, dressing, drama and other cultural creativities of talented Africans. The carnival, which is presumed to be the largest in the continent, is famous for costumes that reflect the cultural heritage of the Nigerian people.
2018 Calabar Cultural Carnival Kicks-Off With 25 States
Premium Times, 26 December 2018
At least 25 states of the federation have so far graced the 2018 Calabar Cultural Carnival which began in Calabar, Cross River State, on Wednesday. Read more »
Procession at the flag-off of the final dry run of the Calabar Carnival in Calabar, Cross River State.
The carnival is a unique display of African heritage, showcased through music, dance, drama and visual creativity. The festival is the biggest street carnival in Africa. Read more »
It has been described as the "largest street party in Africa". Read more »
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