This is going to be a nice souvenir from the Africa Day event, which took place on Sunday 25th May 2014 at Farmleigh Estate, Phoenix Park, Dublin and its after-party at Voodoo Lounge, 39-40 Arran Quay, Dublin 7. If you didn’t attend, you now have the chance to catch up with them.
In fairness with you, due to the rainy weather conditions, I have filmed a lot more the after-party indoor event than the outdoor festival. Nonetheless, you can still check their website www.africaday.ie to see what kind of entertainment and exhibitions were there.
You will find below few pictures I took at the festival and a map showing you all the different activities as well as the line-up schedule.
Now, please enjoy the only video I took at the outdoor festival event from Benzor hip hop singer in collaboration with No Long Tingz Music Group, at Atilogwu stage:
As for the after-party, I filmed DJs Marv and Spaqz playing various tunes ranging from rn’b, old and new school hip hop, soca, reggae, afrobeat, etc…There are four videos that you can find on my Youtube Channel here:
A nigerian carnival has been organised with most of the activities taking place in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15. One day of music and dance was organised in the Phoenix Park, Dublin on Saturday 17th August 2013.
The event was hosted by Angel Michael presenting performing artists and the music was arranged by DJ Ladi.
All the following artists performed at it and I caught up a few of them: Kamil komposer, Lil Breezy, Benzo 247, Jo Reprezenter, Sema Tecino, Young Bross, Tyreed Otano, Danny Moore, Team Riva 9, Maimouna Salif, HU VA, Tejay Tray, Beezy Obalola. There was also an afrobeat dance competition organised with young dancers.
Catch up the event in pictures (4) and videos (7) below!
I have watched for the first time a few years ago this amazing Cirkafrika, an African circus on a French channel.
First of all, I would like to share with you a snippet of their upcoming show as well as information about its storyline, artists, tour dates, etc…
What is Cirkafrika?
Cirkafrika is an African based circus employing 50 artists across Africa, namely:
gumboots, hoops, bouncing balls artists,
They mainly tour in France. Similarly to Le Cirque du Soleil’s concept, this circus doesn’t make use of animals.
Now, what is the current show’s theme?
This year, the show tells the story of a small gifted monkey going for an adventurous trip to the vast plains of China. He meets many monsters ready to eat him to obtain 10 000 life years. But it’s without counting on the superpowers of the small animal, at times funny, at times powerful and at times crafty. The monkeys’ king is the widely known story told to Chinese children.
Cirkafrika is currently touring in main cities in France from 3rd to 11th February 2018. You can watch a video teaser for this year’s show here:
If you would like to book your tickets, check this link to view available dates, seats and rates: