blank spacer blank spacer blank spacer
wafin logo
/Site Banner
blank spacer
 Jun 23, 2024
Join E-Consulate Resources Dialogues Search Contact
blank spacer
blank spacer
Home | Business Directory | Moroccan Kaleidoscope | Knowledgebase | Chat | Photos | Videos | Wafin Radio |
blank spacer
Job Fair | Call Morocco | Store | Advertise
blank spacer
blank spacer
  Find a Moroccan: [tip]
Find a Business: [tip] in
blank spacer
Serving 43300 members. Join us in welcoming our newest member: Hy-way.
Home »» Dialogues

Beautiful Morocco Festival

By The Wafin Team

A Cultural Festival Celebrating the Beauty of Morocco & Multi-Cultural Unity Concert


Mill River Park at Archstone

1020 Washington Blvd. Stamford, CT

June 23rd, 2012



In partnership with and the Mayor’s Office of the City of Stamford, Connecticut, USA, the Saida Fikri Foundation is organizing the second annual Moroccan Festival, called Beautiful Morocco Festival, on the 23rd of June 2012, in Stamford. The return of this event follows the huge success of the first Moroccan festival held last April.


Having attended the first festival, Michael A. Pavia, Mayor of the City of Stamford, has announced the official participation of his office in partnership with Multicultural Council of Stamford and the Stamford Downtown Special Services District. The Mayor further declared the month of June to be ‘Morocco Month’, in the City of Stamford.


The Festival will take place at the Mill River Park at Archstone, in the center of Stamford, directly across the street from Columbus Park.  In addition to the many activities throughout the afternoon, a multi-cultural concert will take place the night of the festival, featuring the world-renowned Moroccan singer/songwriter, Saida Fikri, as well as other local and international artists. The concert is free and open to the public.


The Beautiful Morocco Festival will open to the public at 1pm. The concert will follow starting at 8pm and ending at 10:30pm.


The goals of the festival are as follows:


·        To offer exposure to the eccentric Moroccan culture to the American public

·        To provide an opportunity to the Moroccan-Americans in the area to reconnect with their culture

·        For Multi-cultural unity

·        Offer Moroccan and American Businesses to advertise their products and services.

·        Fundraiser for building a school in a rural and needy area in Morocco


 The Festival will offer the following programs and venues:


·        Authentic Moroccan Food

·        A showcase of Moroccan arts and crafts

·        Pottery and Carpet Making Workshops for kids

·        Moroccan Wedding

·        Kaftan Show

·        Traditional Moroccan Music

·        Henna Tattoos

·        Camel Rides & Horses

·        Business Exhibit showcasing Moroccan and American companies




Share |
There are no comments posted on this article.
Dialogues allows Moroccans and friends of Morocco to express their views on any current issue or situation that could spark a discussion among Wafiners. People from all walks of life are encouraged to submit their views. All submissions must be concise, addressed to a broad audience, and written in good, idiomatic English. Submit all articles to

blank spacer
/Site Banner
blank spacer
About Us   Privacy Policy   Terms of Use   Advertise on   Spread the Word    Site Map