About Us

The Nigerian Festival UK is a day-long event to showcase, acknowledge, celebrate and conserve the cultural richness and unique heritage of current and future generations of Nigerians living in the United Kingdom. Our existence is deeply rooted and inspired by the need to bridge the cultural gaps amongst Nigerian/ African youths and adults who have not had the opportunity of learning the customs and traditions of their motherland due to being far away from home. The Nigerian Festival logo stands for Cultural richness and vibrant ethnic diversity, which is achieved through the united multi-coloured bars radiating around Nigeria’s three main tribes (Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo) and local musical instruments synonymous to them.


The festival will feature live music performances, cultural dance and fashion show, Art and craft stalls, food stalls, history, tourism and African travel stalls, Children’s corner, and lots more… These are some of the historical backgrounds and knowledge sharing that the Nigerian Festival seeks to bring about for all. Nigeria is the most populous black nation on earth and the event serves as a platform for individuals and organisations participating to establish valuable relationships and business connections that will be mutually beneficial to all. There will be performances from Nigerian and UK artists and DJ’s, Nigerian National troupes and several other cultural and indeginous groups.


The Nigerian Festival UK is organised by Ebony Ambassadors and Nigerian Students’ Union UK.

Ebony Ambassadors is a community interest company whose activities bring communities together through Art, Culture, Skills Empowerment Workshops, Award ceremony and Miss E.B.O.N.Y Creativity Contest.

Nigerian Students’ Union UK (NSUUK) is a registered Non-for-profit organisation, founded in 2011 and serves as the umbrella body that represents all Nigerian Student Associations and societies in Universities across the United Kingdom. NSUUK empowers, Inspires and motivates students and youths towards developing themselves, their communities and their Nation.


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