Bassline Fest 2018: Africa Day Concert To Celebrate African Vibrancy, Dynamism And Globalism Through Music

The Bassline Fest is an annual Urban Music Festival in it’s 14th year. A celebration of African vibrancy, dynamism and globalism through music. A family Fest running over 3 days from 25th to 27th May 2018 at the Constitution Hill (fondly known as ConHill) situated in the hub of Jozi.

Held on the Africa Day weekend; Africa Day is the official African Union day of celebration and commemoration of the unity and solidarity of the African states, and acts as a collective voice for the African continent through Arts and Culture.

The Fest will feature a dialogue on Friday 25th May, with the signature Africa Day concert happening on the Saturday 26th May, which will be a live Television broadcast on SABC2 and host the hottest acts in Africa. Sunday 27th May will be a laid back day of Jazz and World music.

So far, this year's edition will feature the following artists:

Salif Keita - Mali

Yemi Alade - Nigeria

Dub Inc – France

Flavia Coelho – Brazil

Nakhane – South Africa

Nathalie Natiemba – Reunion Island

Ghorwane – Mozambique

Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabusa – South Africa

Oki Dub Ainu Band – Japan

Sekou Kouyate – Guinea

Azah – South Africa

Elida Almeida – Cape Verde

More artists to be announced. Tickets are available HERE.

Source: Bassline
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