On Saturday, July 20, 2019, the 1st Annual Cuse Culture Festival will be held in downtown Syracuse, NY on the 200-300 block of East Washington Street and Market Street from 11 a.m. at 11 p.m.

The Cuse Culture Festival is an interactive experience combining music and gastronomy, representative of the international microcosm that encompasses our city.

Featuring a kids’ zone with STEM activities in partnership with HOPEPRINT, Inc’s I-Create STEM program, craft projects, and interactive storytelling.

Nothing says summer in CNY like a nice weekend spent attending one of the many festivals that fit into the warm and sunny season!

Danielle Ponder & the Tomorrow People, R&B Soul Artist will headline the festival along with musical guests from across the region.

Ponder’s pipes soar with soul, affection and conviction. It is both heartbreaking and exhilarating. And her writing packs an immediate punch amid her burgeoning vulnerability” -City Paper

The time is NOW, with over 40 different nationalities within the city of Syracuse, the city is brimming with diversity, with representation stretching from all over the world. Everyone who has chosen to make Central New York, and more importantly Syracuse, NY, their home. We are the hub of innovation with the unique opportunity to bridge cultures and create anew. We speak through music, we communicate through cooking and we represent through fashion. As we cling to our individuality, it is our location that is the common thread with an innate desire for success, true connection, and purpose. We are based in what is historically known as Salt City, and preserved for such a time! – Victoria Coit, Director of Operations.

Sponsored by: Onondaga County, CNY ARTS, CNY Community Foundation, Visit Syracuse and The Gifford Foundation