Entertainment in Sudan

Entertainment in Sudan Last updated on Saturday 24th April 2010

Cultural events in the Sudan are few and far between. At the end of Ramadan, however, during the Eid Al-Fitr, it is possible to find Sudanese bands performing in the larger towns. As Sudanese music is an interesting blend of Arabian and African, listening can be a pleasant experience.

International Camel Races were first held in the town of Kassala in April 1993. This may become a regular event which is worth watching.

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