The Award-Winning Scarborough Afro-Carib Fest (SACF) is back for an unforgettable experience! The dynamic and engaging festival will celebrate the diversity of African and Caribbean cultures through music, arts, dance, and cuisine to foster civic pride, engage audiences and to build a vibrant community!


Join thousands of other attendees to enjoy a FREE, fun filled weekend for the whole family with activities for all ages, including live music and dance performances from diverse local and international artists, cultural vendors, ethnic food, drum and dance, kids zone, beer tent, dance competition, raffle draw, and much more!


SACF was established in 2012 by the non-profit organization Heritage Skills Development Centre as a two day community festival that aims to celebrate the diversity, culture, art and heritage of the African and Caribbean communities as well as other groups that make up our cultural fabric. The event helps to bridge social, cultural, economic gaps, while promoting community development and engagement.


About Heritage Skills Development Centre (HSDC):

HSDC is a non-profit organization established in 1993 to promote the health, social, cultural, and economic self-sufficiency of new immigrants, low-income, at-risk and marginalized groups in the Greater Toronto Area. For more information about us, please visit