Monday, 11 October 2021

Mohamed Ramadan at the All Africa Festival (AFF) in Dubai’s Burj Park this October


Landmark 3-day cultural extravaganza in partnership with Emaar set to take place in the heart of Dubai from 21-23 October 2021

The All Africa Festival (AFF), the largest showcase of pan-African cultures which seeks to bring together the region's residents and expats alike to experience the continent's vibrant energy, beauty, and diversity, has today, announced Mohamed Ramadan performing on the music stage at the event at Burj Park, Downtown Dubai from 21-23 October 2021.

Mohamed Ramadan is paving the way as he performs at the All Africa Festival to celebrate and support the Arab African and Pan African community. In this first of its kind event in one of the most diverse cities in the world, Mohamed Ramadan with popular hits like ‘Alla Allah’, ‘Ya Habibi’, in collaboration with ‘Gims’ and ‘Mafia’, is set to set the tone for an explosion of a music performance that will leave attendees asking for more.

“I am very proud to be part of a festival that helps celebrate the culture of Africa all over the world. It proves and validates the importance of Africa to the world, and that's something that I'm very happy about. It makes me proud to say that I'm half African, as I'm half African half Arab. Meaning that my language is Arabic but I belong to the Africa as an Egyptian.” Mohamed Ramadan

“We are super excited to have Mohamed Ramadan grace the AFF music stage. This really aligns with our vision of sharing the uniqueness, diversity, and beauty of the African culture. We are proud to have an international icon; a Pan-Arab-African ambassador performing at the event.” Says Nina Olatoke, Co-Founder & CEO, AFF

This is a performance not to be missed! Dates of Mohamed Ramadan’s performance will be announced in the coming days. For updates follow @allafricafestival on IG or look for updates on the AFF website

Vendors and sponsors keen to participate in the 2021 edition of AFF are invited to register their interest by emailing

The event will be free to the public; however, a 30 AED pre-registration fee will apply to manage COVID 19 requirements