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Ministry of Tourism and Culture appeals for photos and documentations of past editions of Festival Kreol

Ministry of Tourism and Culture appeals for photos and documentations of past editions of Festival Kreol (Forimmediaterelease.net) The Ministry of Tourism and Culture is appealing to members of the public in possession of photos and documentations on past editions of Festival Kreol to contribute towards the compilation of a book marking the 30th anniversary of the festival that will be taking place this coming October.

The Ministry of Tourism and Culture said the book marking the highlight of Festival Kreol will be launched in October 2015.

In a bid to build up the momentum leading to this year’s 30th edition of Festival Kreol, the Festival Kreol Committee spearheaded by Alain St.Ange, Minister for Tourism and Culture, and Benjamine Rose, Principal Secretary for Culture, is meeting with its members on a weekly basis to define the content and earmark activities of this edition.

Marking this edition of Festival Kreol, the Ministry of Tourism and Culture had hinted that the month of October 2015 will become the month of Creole.

In the past editions, the main highlights of Festival Kreol kick starts on October 24 with the official opening and closing on October 31.

For this edition, activities will be spread throughout the month of October, and the main highlights such as the official opening and the street serenade “pipili” will take place from October 24-31.

The Ministry of Tourism and Culture said the epithet “Victoria, Creole Capital of the World,” will this year take its rightful place in the 30th edition of Festival Kreol. Creole-speaking countries will once again converge on Seychelles to join in the celebrations of Festival Kreol.

“In this edition we will bring together a spectacular representation of Creole-speaking countries and showcase Victoria as the Creole Capital of the world.”

The Ministry of Tourism and Culture is counting on the opening of the music stadium to stage the official opening of Festival Kreol.
New activities will also emerge in the program of this year’s edition of Festival Kreol, bringing the festival closer to the community. “This is a celebration for all who see themselves as Seychellois. It is our nation celebrating who we are today, as we understand where we have come from," said Minister St.Ange.

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