Culturati 2023: A Feast for Senses unveiled at Balmoral Convention Centre, Lagos

Culturati 2023 is set to captivate audiences from November 30 to December 3, 2023, at the prestigious Balmoral Convention Centre, Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos

Lagos, Nigeria: In a spectacular fusion of arts, culture, food, and tourism, Culturati 2023 is set to captivate audiences from November 30 to December 3, 2023, at the prestigious Balmoral Convention Centre, Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The grand affair kicks off each day at 10:00 a.m., promising a sensory journey through the heart of African creativity.

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Mrs. Monioluwaninuohungbogbo Osho, the Chief Executive of Euclid Florals and Events, expressed the event’s noble objectives, emphasizing its role in connecting people with the diverse tapestry of African delicacies.

Beyond tantalizing taste buds, Culturati 2023 aims to be a catalyst for boosting tourism and hospitality, proudly showcasing the richness of Africa’s foods and beverages.

The dynamic duo at the helm of GMH Luxury, Modupe Sonola (Chief Operating Officer) and Ayo Olanrewaju Kuyebi (Managing Director/Chief Executive), unveiled a multifaceted lineup of activities.

These include exhibitions, symposiums, workshops, a gastronomic extravaganza, musical and entertainment showcases, as well as spotlighting arts, fashion, drama, and cultural excellence awards.

The overarching theme, “Celebrating Values, Igniting Africa,” was revealed by Funmilola Ojo, Head of Brands and Communication, and Tiwashayo Odugbesan, Team Lead Project Coordinator.

They underlined the event’s potential benefits, emphasizing the platform as an innovative space for business exchange, idea generation within the art community, and the discovery of creative talents.

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Furthermore, Culturati 2023 seeks to unveil investment opportunities in the realms of tourism and arts, thereby contributing to talent scouting, development, and economic growth.

Attendees can anticipate a kaleidoscope of experiences that extend beyond mere entertainment. The event promises a dynamic synergy between various sectors, fostering collaboration and synergy.

As the curtains rise on Culturati 2023, participants will find themselves immersed in an environment where the vibrancy of African culture converges with the sophistication of arts, tantalizing culinary delights, and the promise of new opportunities.

As the global spotlight turns toward Lagos, Culturati 2023 stands as a testament to the power of cultural celebration in shaping societies and fostering growth.

It is not merely an event but a transformative experience where tradition meets modernity, and the spirit of Africa is celebrated in all its glory.

Save the dates for a journey that transcends boundaries and promises to leave an indelible mark on the cultural landscape in 2023.

 

This article was created using automation technology and was thoroughly edited and fact-checked by one of our editorial staff members

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