People of different colours and sizes from all over the world stormed the National Theatre on Sunday to celebrate the 10th anniversary edition of Bayimba International Festival.
Some were there as early as noon while others arrived in the evening.
Slay Queens, couples and children were all over the place at the Festival.
“The African art and crafts inspire me a lot; that is why I love attending such festivals in Uganda which are connected to culture,” said a one Smith from the UK.
Most of the people said that they came to look at African crafts and pieces that were displayed on stalls, watch performances and enjoy fashion shows.
Aida Nankabirwa, a young lady who had a stall for clothes like skirts, shorts, blouses, etc made out of ‘Kitenge’ material said;
“It is mostly the whites who are fascinated by our products during such festivals, we make great sales.”
Bayimba International Festival took place over the weekend for three consecutive days.
Each day had different artistes amongst them Maddox Ssematimba, Mariam Ndagire, Lord Fred Ssebata, Lady Jemima among others who entertained the crowd.