Inspired by Africa & Ace Of Jacks Entertainments Media present Black History Month 2022

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Inspired by Africa in collaboration with Ace Of Jacks Entertainments & Media presents the Black History Month Party at Boxpark Shoreditch.

Taking place on Wednesday 5th October 2022 from 7pm – 11pm, join us for a night celebrating black creatives, trailblazers, heroes and heroines, all in the heart of the creative hub, Shoreditch.

Expect all your favourite Inspired by Africa brands to be in the house including:

Amaris And Chaya

Afiakos

Africa Ankara Magic

African Chica

Afrocentric 805

Ammi Accessories

Aso Global

Beard Culture London

Bouk

By Candice Chenade

Jobili

Johari Jewellery

Kese Cushions

Leanne Creative

Monas Collection

Natis Creations

Rainbow Butterflies

Rufina Designs

Shea love

Simply Grace Tots

Young Marys

In addition, Ace Of Jacks Entertainments & Media will be launching Ace Of Jacks Radio 7 – Amapiano!

DJ Ace Of Jvcks on the desks, with special guest DJ’s, playing the best in Amapiano, Afrobeats, Rnb and much more.

Prizes for the best dressed King or Queen in our African Drip Contest!

Our regular best dancer prize is also up for grabs! The last event provided some strong competition, so be prepared!

If you’ve attended our previous events, you know it will be vibes!

Location

Beatbox

Boxpark Shoreditch

2-10 Bethnal Green Road

London E1 6GY

From 7pm – 11pm

For more information contact: info@aceofjacks.com or info@africanchica.com or richmond.osei@googlemail.com

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