Couleur Café keeps on surprising with its latest addition of stunning artists.  

On Friday, the day will kick off with one of the most exciting voices in RnB in the United States, SiR. Hulk Van JMF will also be joining in to get the festival-goers dancing to a sumptuous blend of Congolese music and urban sounds. Then, off to Martinique for a journey into the heart of hip-hop, dance, rap, dance and electro rhythms with Meryl. But not without a small detour to the UK with Ghetts, a pillar of the grime scene blending soul, RnB, hip-hop, amapiano and afrobeat sounds. And that's not all for amapiano fans: South Africa's Musa Keys will also be bringing the house down. Until Sunday, dub enthusiasts will board the Reggaebus Soundsystem, the happy hosts of the Dub Stage for the second consecutive year. In addition to the already announced dub artists, they’ll welcome the duo Metta Frequencies accompanied by singer Anthony John for a firm dose of reggae roots and UK dub. Finally, the embodiment of reggae and pioneer of British dub, Aba Shanti-I, will crown this first day accompanied by another major force on the British reggae scene, Jah Observer

On Saturday, the TUKAN foursome will present a sound fusion at the intersection of jazz, electronic music and post-rock. Another local talent joins the lineup with the melodious voice of Martha Da’ro, known for her role alongside Omar Sy in the Netflix series Lupin. Meanwhile, Aunty Rayzor will offer a unique performance blending electro, afro-house and traditional hip-hop sounds. After their performance at Coachella (Los Angeles), it's at Couleur Café that Compota de Manana will bring back the good vibes through their Latin music. In a different vein, the harmonious marriage of saxophone and reggae will be highlighted by Mafia & Fluxy with the talented Japanese saxophonist Megumi Mesaku.   

On Sunday, the festival will remain eclectic and festive with STACE, a Brussels’ artist navigating between jazz, neo-soul and alternative RnB. Then, the talented Lila Iké will also honor the lineup with her disarmingly sublime voice and her dance-hall, soul and hip-hop sounds. Last but not least, the Kinshasa-based artists' collective Fulu Miziki Kolektiv, will certainly mark the audience with their unique genre of Eco-Friendly-Afro-Futuristic-Punk and their home-made instruments and costumes.