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2019 Tafesilafa’i Pacific Islander Festival

Start
Jul 21, 2019 @ 12:00 AM
End
Jul 27, 2019 @ 11:59 PM
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
tafesilafai.org

The 23rd Annual Tafesilafa’i Festival celebrates the art, architecture, and ambience of California’s Pacific Islander Communities. Tafesilafa’i, Long Beach’s premier Pacific Islander Festival, marks its 23rd year with traditional worship, rituals, music, dances, and food. Tafesilafa’i is a clearing where issues in the Pacific Islander community in general and the Samoan community in particular are surfaced and paid attention to. It is an educative platform where contributions by Pacific Islanders are made.

Location

Recreation Park
4900 E. 7th St.
Long Beach, CA 90804 United States
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Phone:
562.628.9282
Website:
tafesilafai.org

Organizer

Tafesilafa’i
Phone:
562.628.9282
Website:
tafesilafai.org

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