May 26, 2013 For the first time, The Kinfolks Foundation hosted the Soul Food Festival in the Charleston area on Sunday. An event that travels throughout the country, the festival featured traditional soul food and Grammy-award winning entertainment. Held at the Exchange Park Fairgrounds in Ladson, performances by George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Morris Day and the Time, The SOS Band, Lakeside, Howard Hewett and Angela Winbush were a big draw in addition to the food. The purpose of the festival, as stated on their website, was to be an “information platform from which the public can come and retrieve life-changing knowledge as it relates to health and wellness, technology, family intervention, financial literacy, professional career building and workforce development.”
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