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A special event is taking place in Afar, Ethiopia. Locals are celebrating Lent by eating Ethiopian food.

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The Afar region of Ethiopia often hosts special events in which local music and dance are featured. During the annual feast of Timkat (or Epiphany), which is celebrated during the eleventh month of the Ethiopian calendar, the city of Asaita will host traditional dances and performances by local Afar musicians. For several weeks leading up to the event, Afar villages will celebrate with traditional rituals and singing, often orchestrated by a group of local elders. Other events might include special musical performances, wrestling tournaments, and traditional sports such as racing and bullfighting. In addition, Islamic religious observances are held at various sites throughout the Afar region, which often incorporate traditional music and dance.

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Feb. 3, 2023, 11:41 a.m.

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Published: Friday, February 3, 2023

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