10th Igbo World Festival of Arts & Culture (2023)

The Council of Igbo States in Americas (CISA) cordially invite you to the 2023 Igbo World Festival of Arts, Language and Culture.

Experience the BEST African Igbo cultural festival in America!


Friday August 11 – Saturday August 12, 2023


Igbo Landing (located at Seldon Park)

100 Genoa Martin Dr, Brunswick, Georgia 31520, USA


The Festival will feature live cultural performances, food and drinks, material art exhibits, gala night entertainment, and much more.


If you are not familiar with this annual event, you may find this overview of the Festival helpful.

Follow the links below to find the information you may be looking for

FREE Admission Tickets

Single, couple, student and children tickets are offered Free this year only

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Hotel Accommodation

Several nearby hotels

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Visa Invitation Letters

Request a USA visa invitation letter to attend the Festival

* $100 fee applies

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Nearby Airports

Several nearby airports

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Showcase your business

Commend people and organizations you admire

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Program of Events

Coming soon

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Featured Stories

Remembering Igbo Landing: The Story of Rebellion on Georgia’s Shores

Igbo Landing is the historic site at Dunbar Creek in St Simons Island, Glynn County, Georgia, USA. This is the site where in 1803, Igbo captives from West Africa revolted on a ship in Dunbar creek and decided to walk back into the water and drown rather than begin life in America without their freedom. This site holds symbolic importance to Igbo people and African American society…

Read the full story.

Future Festival Dates

For those who like to plan further ahead, below are the tentative dates through 2026.


August 11 – 12



July 26 – 28



July 25 – 27



July 29 – 31


This page will be updated as more information becomes available.