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Storytellers In Fashion 2017

featuring 54 Kingdoms and Friends

Comedy | Fashion | Music | Poetry
On Saturday, December 30, 2017, 54 Kingdoms will celebrate the fifth year anniversary of its trademark platform and annual event, Storytellers In FashionTM.

The concept first introduced at the famous Shrine Harlem in New York City on December 22, 2012, created a buzz that generated instant interest from many Diasporian, making it a must-attend event in the city during the holidays.

“When we developed the concept for Storytellers In FashionTM, the larger vision was to curate a platform for 54 Kingdoms and other emerging / seasoned Pan-African artists to share our stories through our creative own outlets such as music, visual art, poetry, film, comedy, etc. as a celebration of the arts on one main stage. Hence, the audience gets to experience and create their favorite moments through the different artistic genres displayed during the night.” ~ Kwaku Awuah, President of 54 Kingdoms.

Hosted by radio personality, Dionne Adessa, the evening will feature exclusive tribute performances from past collaborators including Congolese-born singer, Rafiya and comedian sensation, Namó.

Joining the Storytellers In FashionTM stage for the first time is the Haitian born writer and internationally respected poet, D-Colin. Since age 11, Danielle Colin has been writing poetry and has performed professionally in poetry venues such as the Nuyorican Poet’s Café in New York City.

This year, 54 Kingdoms will share stories behind their stories, as the company reflects on its five-year journey under the theme: Pieces of Narratives. As always, you can count on the company to highlight a new product or two!Storytellers In FashionTM 2017 is sponsored and supported by the DROM, African Youth Excellence (AYE), Ancestral Voices, KTA Mobile, Broken Limits, Gusa By Victoria, and African New Dawn.

For ticket purchases, visit www.54kingdoms.eventbrite.com.

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