Priest of Oyotunji consult the Ifa Oracle for the world, United States , black Americans and Oyotunji kingdom.
Igbega Alade fest feb 11-13
A celebration of the life and legacy of Oba Oseijeman Adefunmi the founder of African Culture in America and Oyotunji. We elevate his spirit with parades and cultural demonstrations.
Olokun fest feb 25-27
Veneration of the 8th century Brilliant deity of the Ocean and seas. Olokun adds flavor to our lives. Olokun is the protector of the African race.
Yoruba New Year march 20th
A celebration of culture and community. Honoring the new year of the Yoruba people. Colorful parades and a toasting will commence.
Odun Orita march 25-25th
Honoring the messenger, hunter, warrior deities of the Yoruba people. Also observing the Akinkonju rights of passage .
Osun fesT may 6-8th
A series of elaborate and brilliant parades and parties in honor of the mother of the river. River parade and lectures will honor the mother deity of Osun.
Egungun fest May 27–29
The yearly Yoruba memorial celebration honors the great ancestors of the Yoruba and Oyotunji. The yearly royal customs are observed. Visitors are astonished at the array of colors and Egungun masquerades.
Yemoja fest june 24-26
The mystical and protective mother of the seas, Yemoja is honored with the women’s Egbe Moremi rights of passage ceremony and vibrant Bembe dance ceremony to the Orisa of mothers.
Ifa PAGA fest. july1-3rd
The sixteen holy Ifa Odu are celebrated during this two day festival that brings together Iyanifa,Babalawo and omo Awo from across the globe. The recitation of the holy Odu and the various breakout sessions are a good way for beginners to experience. The Pan African Assembly (PAGA). Is the gathering of teachers and farmers of African descent to explore ways to advance the grass roots components of Yoruba culture.
Sango fest july 29-31
The exciting Sango fest harnesses the heat of the mid Carolina summer and transforms it into fierce fire dances of the Magnificent god of thunder and third King of ancient Oyo kingdom.
Obatala fest Aug 26-28
This Obatala festival highlights the first initiation of an African American to Orisa tradition. Since 1959 Obatala has been venerated for the wisdom, knowledge and patience. The paternal deity of creativity is honored with offerings of Yams, parades and Bembe drum ceremony.
Kings Day Oct 1-2
This stately festival honors Onile the mother of the land and her council the Ogboni. The kings birthday is honored with chieftaincy installations and awards.
Oya fest. oct 29-30
The Oya festival is the celebration of the fierce warrior goddess of the winds and Queen of Oyo kingdom.
Hwedo night oct 31
Honoring Damballah Hwedo the ancestral servant deity who en-coils the earth . The unknown dead are venerated on this night
Obaluaiye fest dec 21-31
The task master deity who is the giver and Protector of pandemics and diseases is celebrated with plays, fun parties and the yearly “Awan,”cleaning with the grains.