1400 Clay, Houston, Texas 77002
The Nigerian Cultural Parade and Festival
Saturday, October 3, 2020; 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
All roads lead to Downtown Houston for an authentic cultural exchange! The Nigeria Cultural Parade and Festival is the Official Nigerian Independence event in the city of Houston. It will be held Saturday, October 3rd at 1400 Clay Street near the Toyota Center. The festival starts at 9:00 AM and the parade will commence at 10:00 AM The parade will showcase colorful presentations filled with history, traditions and culture. Past Participants have included His Royal Highness Eze and UgoEze Obichuku, the High Chief Priest Prince Baba Awo Adeyemi Ogunde, Olympian Seun Adigun and groups representing various tribes from the giant of Africa. Come out and experience a taste of Nigeria at the festival grounds located at Root Memorial Square Park across the street from the Toyota Center. Spectators will witness awe-inspiring dancers and learn why Nigerian Jollof is the real deal! Rain or shine, Downtown Houston will experience the Naija Takeover. This event is made possible through our Title Sponsor - Wazobia African Market, the largest African Store in the State of Texas.