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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Outdoor Festival Rescheduled

Winfred Chad McKendrick, President of P.E.C.’s Governing Board stated, “After extensive consultation with the festival’s stakeholders, community leaders and Mrs. N.Y. Nathiri, P.E.C.’s Executive Director, our Board has chosen to reschedule the Outdoor Festival of the Arts to June 4 – 5, due to the surge in Covid infections in Central Florida. While we looked forward to this year’s celebrations with great anticipation, we know that the health of our festival attendees and our community is of paramount importance. We are pleased that George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic will perform on Saturday, June 4 and that Kim Waters and Tom Browne will also return on Sunday, June 5, a line-up fitting to the kick-off weekend of Black Music Month and celebrate the musical genius of people of African ancestry.”

McKendrick also stated that the organization will honor tickets purchased for the January Outdoor Festival in June. Also, ticket purchases can be refunded in full. Patrons wishing a refund of their Outdoor Festival tickets should follow the below prompts for Refunds.

2022 ZORA! Festival Season - Something New!

We have moved to a year-round calendar. The 2022 ZORA! Festival Season will now consist of three (3) key events, each one appealing to both a specific, as well as to, an inter-generational audience. Our theme is “Celebrations for the Generations.”

    • Season Kick-off: 33rd ZORA! Festival a month-long celebration, beginning on the birthdate of the event’s namesake, Friday, January 7, and continuing with programs, including:
      • A“Sunday Series” an opening exhibition at the Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts
      • “Experiencing Eatonville” cultural heritage tourism tours
      • The Africa – America Women’s Economic Forum & Trade Expo
      • A 2-day Afrofuturism Conference
      • A 3-day Outdoor Festival of the Arts, June 3 – 5
    • “Traditions” Weekend: Middle School and High School Students Celebrate Black Music Month, an arts education program, June 17 – 18 ; and
  • “HATitude Cultural Flair,” an African and African- American “Design” event, serving as a fundraiser on behalf of our organization’s after school and summer academic support for K-12 students, Saturday, October 29.

Upcoming Events

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Outdoor Festival Lineup

Saturday Headliner

George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic

Saturday June 4, 2022

Gates open at 9:00am; Performances start at 1:00pm

VIP Admission Available

Sunday Headliner

Kim Waters

with additional performance by Tom Browne

Sunday June 5, 2022

Gates open at 10:00am; Performances start at 2:00pm

VIP Admission Available

Post Festival Events

Other Year-Round Events

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