The 2020 edition of the National Festival of Arts and Culture is set to take center stage in Jos the Plateau State capital and will kick off with a grand opening ceremony featuring performances from Ice Prince, Dantala and group, Ezra Jinang and others on Monday 23rd November at the Rwang Pam Township Stadium starting 10am.
Plateau State is geared up to host the National fiesta with a touch of excellence leveraging on its rich heritage and potentials abundant in the state.
Events to feature at NAFEST include traditional board game, Archery, Indigenous Fabrics competition, children’s Essay Competition and cultural Quiz competition.
Other events are choral music competition, traditional cuisine, children’s indigenous instrumental competition, children’s craft and command performance.
All other events will take place at Langfield Leisure park Rayfield and will be observed in accordance with COVID-19 protocol and will commence on 23rd November and will be rounded off on the 28 of November 2020..