Founded by the late Lois Fernandez, the Odunde Festival is a massive local celebration that has warmed the hearts of Philadelphians for decades. It is the largest African-American street festival in the country. Each year, the event attracts up to a half-million attendees, who come to enjoy hundreds of arts and craft vendors, as well as fresh food prepared by the city’s best restaurants and traveling vendors. There will also be two stages with bands offering live entertainment throughout the day
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