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Jazz à la Villette
from August 30 to September 9, 2018
All programming

Salif Keita / BCUC feat. Femi Kuti / Tshegue

Grande Halle de La Villette


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


(distribution sous réserve de modification)
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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Getting here

Porte de Pantin station
M5 Paris Underground (Métro) Line 5 3B Tram 3B
221 avenue Jean-Jaurès, 75019 Paris