27 MAY JHB EXPO CENTRE AMPHITHEATRE NASREC #BasslineAfricadayConcert2017
IGODA
Igoda is a unique and innovative concept that brings together the finest music festivals within Southern Africa to create one of the first touring circuits on the continent of Africa. Igoda is a partnership born out of the Firefest Route encompassing festivals from Mozambique, Swaziland, South Africa and Reunion Island including: Africa Day (Johannesburg, South Africa), Azgo Festival (Maputo, Mozambique), MTN Bushfire (Malkerns, Swaziland), Sakifo Festival (Saint-Pierre, Reunion Island) and Zakifo Festival (Durban, South Africa). Igoda is an exciting development both for local and international artists, as well as for music fans from Southern Africa and across the world. The circuit presents an incredible opportunity for artists and fans to travel across Southern Africa whilst celebrating music and the arts. IGODA's aims are: a) Creating a sustainable touring circuit in the SADC region. Developing cultural economies in the region with artist exposure, audience development, job and trade creation; b) Enabling the festivals in the circuit to have a wider diversity of artists and a better audience / festival experience; c) Capacity building and sustainable skills development, professionalisation arts and culture practitioners in the region; d) Arts collaboration opportunities; e) To address social issues through arts and culture, promotion of social cohesion and social responsibility.
IGODA PARTNERS
http://www.basslineafricaday.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/basslinejozi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bassline Twitter: https://twitter.com/basslinejozi
Whilst MTN Bushfire is most well-known as Southern Africa’s most diverse and inclusive world music festival that features artists from over a dozen countries, it also includes visual and performing arts, cultural activities and a compelling line-up of theatre, art exhibits and more – making it a sensory explosion of fun and activity for the whole family. Over the past decade, MTN Bushfire has continually brought its fire with a significant percentage of profits supporting local charities. The festival has achieved a worldwide reputation for its visionary approach, authenticity and call to action for creating awareness of the need for social change. http://www.bush-fire.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MTNBUSHFIRE/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bushfire_festival Twitter: https://twitter.com/bushfirefest Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMcLtRI-nJ8
Zakifo is an eclectic, international music festival focusing on pop and world music, held annually in Durban, South Africa. More than just music, Zakifo is a week-long build-up of music industry engagements, workshops and couch-sessions. Our sister-festival, Sakifo is Reunion Island’s most established music festival and has become the most significant music event in the Indian Ocean, attracting music-buyers and festival professionals from around the world, thus strengthening and invigorating the music industry of Reunion Island. Our aim is to build an alike entity, nurturing South-South cultural partnerships and collaborations in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. http://www.zakifo.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Zakifo-Muzik-Festival-1424193651227518/?ref=ts&fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZakifoMuzikFest Instagram: http://instagram.com/ZAKIFO_MUZIK_FEST Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VteX92o-m-Q
Azgo Festival is Mozambique’s finest international arts festival; bringing together a diverse and quality program of music, film, and dance to the city of Maputo across two days and nights. Azgo Festival is a contemporary celebration of arts and culture, with a strong focus on artists from Mozambique and from around the continent of Africa. The festival serves as a platform for emerging and acclaimed artists to collaborate and meet a new audience. The name “Azgo” is old slang from Maputo to say “let´s go”, let’s revisit our cultures and heritage, “let´s go” promote cultural diversity, “let’s go” promote the arts and culture, Let´s Go… http://azgofestival.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/festivalazgo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/festivalazgo Twitter: https://twitter.com/festivalazgo Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUmT8Y9vcmA At the heart of the Indian Ocean, Sakifo in Creole is like a victorious rallying cry: ”That’s what is needed!”Born in 2004, the Sakifo Festival, schedules the great names of international music that seldom have the opportunity to perform in the region. Within a warm atmosphere, the festival offers several stages along the beach of Saint-Pierre, and on Sunday morning, a warmed-up plate of rice- the famous traditional “risofé” in a musical ambience in the district of Terre Saint. Sakifo Musik Festival, like Reunion Island, is cross-cultural. Sakifo’s long life (the longest of all the island’s festivals) in spite of the challenges it has faced can to a great extent be attributed to the strong connection it has forged with its audiences.This connection is expressed in the festival’s unique identity, it's "soul" which, while developing professionally, it has preserved intact over the years. http://www.sakifo.com/festival/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SAKIFOMUSIKFESTIVAL Instagram: n/a Twitter: https://twitter.com/sakifo Youtube: https://vimeo.com/129098486
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27 MAY JHB EXPO CENTRE AMPHITHEATRE NASREC #BasslineAfricadayConcert2017
IGODA
Igoda is a unique and innovative concept that brings together the finest music festivals within Southern Africa to create one of the first touring circuits on the continent of Africa. Igoda is a partnership born out of the Firefest Route encompassing festivals from Mozambique, Swaziland, South Africa and Reunion Island including: Africa Day (Johannesburg, South Africa), Azgo Festival (Maputo, Mozambique), MTN Bushfire (Malkerns, Swaziland), Sakifo Festival (Saint-Pierre, Reunion Island) and Zakifo Festival (Durban, South Africa). Igoda is an exciting development both for local and international artists, as well as for music fans from Southern Africa and across the world. The circuit presents an incredible opportunity for artists and fans to travel across Southern Africa whilst celebrating music and the arts. IGODA's aims are: a) Creating a sustainable touring circuit in the SADC region. Developing cultural economies in the region with artist exposure, audience development, job and trade creation; b) Enabling the festivals in the circuit to have a wider diversity of artists and a better audience / festival experience; c) Capacity building and sustainable skills development, professionalisation arts and culture practitioners in the region; d) Arts collaboration opportunities; e) To address social issues through arts and culture, promotion of social cohesion and social responsibility.
IGODA PARTNERS
http://www.basslineafricaday.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/basslinejozi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bassline Twitter: https://twitter.com/basslinejozi
Whilst MTN Bushfire is most well-known as Southern Africa’s most diverse and inclusive world music festival that features artists from over a dozen countries, it also includes visual and performing arts, cultural activities and a compelling line-up of theatre, art exhibits and more – making it a sensory explosion of fun and activity for the whole family. Over the past decade, MTN Bushfire has continually brought its fire with a significant percentage of profits supporting local charities. The festival has achieved a worldwide reputation for its visionary approach, authenticity and call to action for creating awareness of the need for social change. http://www.bush-fire.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MTNBUSHFIRE/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bushfire_festival Twitter: https://twitter.com/bushfirefest Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMcLtRI-nJ8
Zakifo is an eclectic, international music festival focusing on pop and world music, held annually in Durban, South Africa. More than just music, Zakifo is a week-long build-up of music industry engagements, workshops and couch-sessions. Our sister-festival, Sakifo is Reunion Island’s most established music festival and has become the most significant music event in the Indian Ocean, attracting music-buyers and festival professionals from around the world, thus strengthening and invigorating the music industry of Reunion Island. Our aim is to build an alike entity, nurturing South-South cultural partnerships and collaborations in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. http://www.zakifo.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Zakifo-Muzik-Festival-1424193651227518/?ref=ts&fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZakifoMuzikFest Instagram: http://instagram.com/ZAKIFO_MUZIK_FEST Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VteX92o-m-Q
Azgo Festival is Mozambique’s finest international arts festival; bringing together a diverse and quality program of music, film, and dance to the city of Maputo across two days and nights. Azgo Festival is a contemporary celebration of arts and culture, with a strong focus on artists from Mozambique and from around the continent of Africa. The festival serves as a platform for emerging and acclaimed artists to collaborate and meet a new audience. The name “Azgo” is old slang from Maputo to say “let´s go”, let’s revisit our cultures and heritage, “let´s go” promote cultural diversity, “let’s go” promote the arts and culture, Let´s Go… http://azgofestival.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/festivalazgo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/festivalazgo Twitter: https://twitter.com/festivalazgo Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUmT8Y9vcmA
At the heart of the Indian Ocean, Sakifo in Creole is like a victorious rallying cry: ”That’s what is needed!”Born in 2004, the Sakifo Festival, schedules the great names of international music that seldom have the opportunity to perform in the region. Within a warm atmosphere, the festival offers several stages along the beach of Saint-Pierre, and on Sunday morning, a warmed-up plate of rice- the famous traditional “risofé” in a musical ambience in the district of Terre Saint. Sakifo Musik Festival, like Reunion Island, is cross-cultural. Sakifo’s long life (the longest of all the island’s festivals) in spite of the challenges it has faced can to a great extent be attributed to the strong connection it has forged with its audiences.This connection is expressed in the festival’s unique identity, it's "soul" which, while developing professionally, it has preserved intact over the years. http://www.sakifo.com/festival/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SAKIFOMUSIKFESTIVAL Instagram: n/a Twitter: https://twitter.com/sakifo Youtube: https://vimeo.com/129098486
IGODA PARTNERS
http://www.basslineafricaday.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/basslinejozi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bassline Twitter: https://twitter.com/basslinejozi
Whilst MTN Bushfire is most well-known as Southern Africa’s most diverse and inclusive world music festival that features artists from over a dozen countries, it also includes visual and performing arts, cultural activities and a compelling line-up of theatre, art exhibits and more – making it a sensory explosion of fun and activity for the whole family. Over the past decade, MTN Bushfire has continually brought its fire with a significant percentage of profits supporting local charities. The festival has achieved a worldwide reputation for its visionary approach, authenticity and call to action for creating awareness of the need for social change. http://www.bush-fire.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MTNBUSHFIRE/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bushfire_festival Twitter: https://twitter.com/bushfirefest Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMcLtRI-nJ8
Zakifo is an eclectic, international music festival focusing on pop and world music, held annually in Durban, South Africa. More than just music, Zakifo is a week-long build-up of music industry engagements, workshops and couch-sessions. Our sister-festival, Sakifo is Reunion Island’s most established music festival and has become the most significant music event in the Indian Ocean, attracting music-buyers and festival professionals from around the world, thus strengthening and invigorating the music industry of Reunion Island. Our aim is to build an alike entity, nurturing South-South cultural partnerships and collaborations in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. http://www.zakifo.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Zakifo-Muzik-Festival-1424193651227518/?ref=ts&fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZakifoMuzikFest Instagram: http://instagram.com/ZAKIFO_MUZIK_FEST Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VteX92o-m-Q
Azgo Festival is Mozambique’s finest international arts festival; bringing together a diverse and quality program of music, film, and dance to the city of Maputo across two days and nights. Azgo Festival is a contemporary celebration of arts and culture, with a strong focus on artists from Mozambique and from around the continent of Africa. The festival serves as a platform for emerging and acclaimed artists to collaborate and meet a new audience. The name “Azgo” is old slang from Maputo to say “let´s go”, let’s revisit our cultures and heritage, “let´s go” promote cultural diversity, “let’s go” promote the arts and culture, Let´s Go… http://azgofestival.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/festivalazgo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/festivalazgo Twitter: https://twitter.com/festivalazgo Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUmT8Y9vcmA
At the heart of the Indian Ocean, Sakifo in Creole is like a victorious rallying cry: ”That’s what is needed!”Born in 2004, the Sakifo Festival, schedules the great names of international music that seldom have the opportunity to perform in the region. Within a warm atmosphere, the festival offers several stages along the beach of Saint-Pierre, and on Sunday morning, a warmed-up plate of rice- the famous traditional “risofé” in a musical ambience in the district of Terre Saint. Sakifo Musik Festival, like Reunion Island, is cross-cultural. Sakifo’s long life (the longest of all the island’s festivals) in spite of the challenges it has faced can to a great extent be attributed to the strong connection it has forged with its audiences.This connection is expressed in the festival’s unique identity, it's "soul" which, while developing professionally, it has preserved intact over the years. http://www.sakifo.com/festival/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SAKIFOMUSIKFESTIVAL Instagram: n/a Twitter: https://twitter.com/sakifo Youtube: https://vimeo.com/129098486
IGODA
Igoda is a unique and innovative concept that brings together the finest music festivals within Southern Africa to create one of the first touring circuits on the continent of Africa. Igoda is a partnership born out of the Firefest Route encompassing festivals from Mozambique, Swaziland, South Africa and Reunion Island including: Africa Day (Johannesburg, South Africa), Azgo Festival (Maputo, Mozambique), MTN Bushfire (Malkerns, Swaziland), Sakifo Festival (Saint-Pierre, Reunion Island) and Zakifo Festival (Durban, South Africa). Igoda is an exciting development both for local and international artists, as well as for music fans from Southern Africa and across the world. The circuit presents an incredible opportunity for artists and fans to travel across Southern Africa whilst celebrating music and the arts. IGODA's aims are: a) Creating a sustainable touring circuit in the SADC region. Developing cultural economies in the region with artist exposure, audience development, job and trade creation; b) Enabling the festivals in the circuit to have a wider diversity of artists and a better audience / festival experience; c) Capacity building and sustainable skills development, professionalisation arts and culture practitioners in the region; d) Arts collaboration opportunities; e) To address social issues through arts and culture, promotion of social cohesion and social responsibility.