FuckYeahERITREA!
An inside look of Eritrea.

Within the next month or so, the very well known Eritrean Festivals will be taking place! A festival which shows the culture, traditions, and beauty of all nine ethnic groups in Eritrea in Eritrea and all over the world!

For our followers from all over the world, please feel free to send us pics from these events! Rather it be previous Expo shows in Asmara, festival pics in Europe, and or here in the States! We’d love to see them!

Thanks! :)

Hello!
As it is well aware, the holy month of Ramadan ended today! So, given so we would like to wish our lovely Muslim followers from all over the world a very happy Eid! Hope you all had a blessed Eid with your love ones!
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Eritrean - Tigrinya artist, Feven Tsegay sings Kbri Ika

Kbri Ika roughly translate “He is respected/cherish” and I guess you can say it is a song dedicated to PIA

Known Tigre artists and up and coming tigre artists also took the stage during the closing ceremony of the 2014 6th Eritrean Sawa Festival

Various Kunama artists, legends and new age singers took center stage during the opening ceremony for the 2014 6th Eritrean Sawa Festival this past weekend (July 18th - 20th)

Singers from the Beja tribe sang during the opening ceremony of Sawa as well

Various Bilen singers took center stage during the opening ceremony of the 2014 6th Eritrean Sawa Festival this past weekend (July 18th - 20th)!

Kaleb Teweldemedhin - Kefileyo Gzey

Kefileyo Gzey roughly translate to “I’ve paid for my time” which the song talks about paying tribute to the students time in Sawa and how their service is a great deal to the country 

A tigre song from this past weekends Sawa Festival!

A fresh, young face took the stage singing a tigrinya song during the closing ceremony of the 2014, 6th Bi-Annual Sawa Festival held this past weekend (July 18th - 20th)