African/Caribbean Intl Festival of Life 30th Anniversary

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African/Caribbean Intl Festival of Life 30th Anniversary

Special 2 for1 Tickets/Special promo Merchant Vendor sale to 30th Anniversary of African/Caribbean Intl Fest of Life(IFOL), July 1-4, 2023

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Washington Park-East 55th Street & South Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, IL. 60615 5300- 5450 South Cottage Grove Chicago, IL 60615

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  • 3 days 10 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

LIMITED TIME PROMO TICKETS, SPONSOR, AND SPECIAL EARLY MERCHANTVENDOR SALES TO 30TH AFRICAN/CARIBBEAN INTL FESTIVAL OF LIFE (IFOL) ANNIVERSARY, COMBINED WITH JSFVEST, AND CARNIVAL OF NATIONS EXPO.

Chicago, January 2023):

Starting January 4th for a limited time! You can’t afford to miss out on the amazing two for one ticket, and special promo on vendor space for the 30th Anniversary of the African/Caribbean International Festival of Life (IFOL).

The four-day 30th Anniversary of the International Festival of Life (IFOL), is set for July 1st - 4th, 2023 Independence week at Washington Park, 55th Street and South Cottage Grove, Chicago, Illinois. It is a cultural celebration, featuring the best of Jamaican, Caribbean, African and American entertainers, along with arts, crafts, food, games and more.

Once again, this 30th IFOL, will be combined with the JSVFest (Jerk, Seafood and Vegan Fest, and will include the return of the Carnival of Nations Expo, for a massive and rich four-day multi-cultural celebration of love, under the Martin’s International banner of “Bringing Nations Together Through Music and Culture.”

The current advance/promo tickets to the Festival of Life tickets are $55 VIP’s and $20 general. Visit www.internationalfestivaloflife.com for the IFOL tickets.

The International Festival of Life (IFOL) is a festival of music (Reggae and World Music, Afrobeat, R&B, Blues, Gospel, Hip Hop, Jazz, Latin and more), food, arts, crafts, games and more, It is dedicated to Health Awareness and Chicago’s founding Father, Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable, It celebrates the lifestyles and cultures of peoples of The Americas (i.e. USA, Caribbean, Mexico, South and Central America) and Africa.

Tickets to this International Festival of Life are wonderful gifts to give friends, birthday, anniversary, reunion and other special occasion. Your family, friends, associates and/or others would truly appreciate tickets for this combined special event Visit www.internationalfestivaloflife.com, secure tickets and vendor space here at Eventbrite. You may call 312/427-0266 for complete information or email festoflife@gmail.com.

. THIS IS A GREAT BRANDING VEHICLE FOR CORPORATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS AND OTHER PROSPECTIVE SPONSORS. PLEASE REMEMBER TO SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS, SOME OF WHOM ARE LISTED ON OUR WEBSITE. THEY HELPED TO MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO MATCH YOUR TICKET AND GIVE THE SPECIAL RATES TO THE VENDORS.

MEDIA CONTACT: Festoflife@gmail.com or 312/427-0266

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Martin’s International is pleased to let you know that for the 2nd time the 7th JSVFest will be combined with the 30th IFOL and will feature the best of Caribbean and other cuisines. the Annual JSVFest (Jerk, Seafood and Vegan Festival} is a foodies delight.

A great part of the JSVFest is to encourage healthy eating for the people in our community and elsewhere. The three food categories the JSVFest focuses on are the famous Jamaican Jerk cuisine which over the last fifty-years has made its way to tables of food lovers worldwide; Seafood, which for thousands of years has been credited for longevity, and Vegan (called by other names in some regions), but has been around for more than a century, and today is one of the most sort-after cuisines in America and other parts of the world.

As we celebrate this 7th Annual JSVFest carnival of food, music, end shopping with vendors from the Caribbean, Africa, America, and other regions; may I remind you that we are celebrating on the shoulder of Chicago’s Founding Father, the Black man from the Caribbean country of Haiti, Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable, in whose honor this event is also dedicated.