New Haervest Festival is the all-inclusive platform igniting real and open conversations.


Diversity, Representation, Inclusion, Visibility and Equality are the core elements of New Haervest Festival, a safe space for free-spirited and open minded people to network, learn, enjoy creative aesthetics and good music. The collective, founded by three friends – Millza Zohouri, Honey Benson and Natalie Akingbaje, say their aim is to bring young Africans together to coexist regardless of their beliefs, sexualities or background.

In the last 24 months, they’ve held editions in Lagos and London, sowing seeds of unity and fostering a sense of community with hopes of harvesting a generation with new understanding, lesser judgment and genuine love. Initiating workshops, digital campaigns and parties that uphold these beliefs, placing important issues that affect members of the society who are suppressed of their freedom and helping them on their journey to self actualization; NHF wants to create a shift in mindsets and social consciousness.

For its third edition in Lagos, themed ‘Self-ish’, NHF is driving and promoting conversations around mental and sexual self care. From intelligent and interactive conversations, to networking and fun activities such as yoga, painting, cocktails and brunch, a night filled with good music, happy folks and plenty of Absolut Vodka, we know for sure that October 19, is a day to be ‘Self-ish’, you should think about skipping other plans that day, Wèré House is the rave address.

Self-ish Starter: 2:00PM
A Self-ish Talk: 5:30PM
A Self-ish Night: 8:00PM

Venue: Wèré House. 7, Mike Adegbite Avenue, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.

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