PHOTOS: 2010 African Festival

Washington Park was alive with the sounds of drums over the long weekend.

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The African Festival of the Arts has become a Labor Day fixture in Washington Park, attracting music and culture lovers to enjoy three days of live bands, crafts and ethnic food.
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Tito Jackson was the headliner Saturday night at the festival. He sang mostly blues songs, but also sang some familiar songs that he recorded with his famous brothers.
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Jackson's backup dancers and singers also came in handy for singing the falsetto Michael Jackson lead on the Jackson 5 songs.
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South Side Chicago legend Chaka Kahn closed out the festival Monday.
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Tito dons an afro wig for the Jackson 5 songs.
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Teber performs with his drum troupe Tambours San Fontieres. He was born in Brazzaville, the Congo (Central Africa).
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Grammy-winning West African singer Angelique Kidjo performs Saturday.
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Tito Jackson chills out in his tour bus.
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