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Heritage Day

Head to Marion Square for a full day of activities celebrating African-American and Caribbean culture and heritage in the Lowcountry. Community cultural ambassadors will be on hand with information and programs and the mainstage will feature a talented lineup of local performers.

Activities for children, poetry readings, youth performances, and workshops are all on offer alongside a health fair with free screening and information at what promises to be a delightful day at the park.

MOJA 2018 Opening Day

The 2018 MOJA Arts Festival begins downtown with an Opening Street Parade followed by the Opening Reception at the Dock Street Courtyard.  Expect more details of the day’s events later this summer!

Reggae Dance Party

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Join your friends and neighbors for one of the MOJA Festival’s favorite traditions, an entertaining and energetic evening on the Ashley River, filled with music, food and fun. Dance the night away to music from Reggae artists!

West Ashley Farmers Market Celebrates MOJA

Wednesday, October 3, 3:00-7:00pm
Venue: Ackerman Park, 55 Sycamore Avenue
Admission: Free

The West Ashley Farmers Market hosts an energetic afternoon of family-friendly MOJA programming and activities. This animated market features fresh goods from local farmers, growers and food concessionaires alongside live performances that celebrate African-American and Caribbean culture.

Community Tribute Luncheon

The MOJA Arts Festival is pleased to bestow awards on outstanding community leaders in recognition of their contributions to the region at this annual outdoor luncheon.  Honorees will be announced at a later date.

MOJA Finale

Close out the Festival in style! Everyone in your family will enjoy this spirited celebration of all that the MOJA Festival has to offer.  From fascinating craft vendors and fantastic food choices to an evening of live music, this party is sure to entertain.

Performers will be announced soon!