Salif Keita / BCUC feat. Femi Kuti / Tshegue

Salif KeitaSalif Keita © S. Gordon
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Thursday, 30 August 2018 — 8:00pm
Grande Halle de La Villette


  • Tshegue
  • Faty Sy Savanet, singer
  • Gautier Vizioz, guitar
  • Jo Orosemane, bass
  • Nicolas "Dakou" Dacunha, drum kit, percussion
  • Kerseley Sham, percussion
  • BCUC feat. Femi Kuti
  • Zithulele "Jovi" Zabani Nkosi, singer
  • Kgomotso Neo Mokone, singer
  • Letlhogonolo Atlareland Maphunye, singer
  • Thabo Saul "Luja" Ngoepe, bass drum, singer
  • Mosebetsi Jan Nzimande, guitar, bass
  • Ephraim Skhumbuzo Mahlangu, bass drum
  • Daniel Thabo "Cheex" Mangel, congas
  • et invité
  • Femi Kuti, saxophone
  • Salif Keita
  • Salif Keita, guitare acoustique, singer
Free standing
Full rate : 31€ / Subscription rate: 26€*
1/ Tshegue
Over the past months, this Parisian duo has entranced everyone who hears them. From Congolese rumba to New York-style punk-funk, Faty Sy Savanet and Nicolas “Dakou” Dacunh create surprising weavings from everything they touch. A tribal trip that will pierce to your core.

2/ BCUC feat. Femi Kuti
This musical phenomenon out of South Africa, Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness stirs up a hornet’s nest in the hives of traditional music. A seven-musician group (with one songstress) can raise the heat to fever pitch for hours.

3/ Salif Keita
The return to the stage of one of the biggest voices on the African continent, celebrating a career spanning half a century: Salif Keita.

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