With 5 brand new confirmations, the Couleur Café line-up just got significantly more colorful.
Tonight the talented Ibeyi sisters are playing a jam-packed Ancienne Belgique. Unfortunate fans who didn't manage to get their ticket can start counting down to Friday 29/6, when the daughters of Buena Vista Social Club musician Anga Diaz bring their beautiful Afro-Cuban roots chanting to the park. Later that evening, the ten-strong Togo All Stars will once again prove just how much our audience loves funky afro music.
Saturday 30/6 a new star is boarding the soul train to Couleur Café. Leon Bridges has yet to turn 30 but sounds as authentic and heartbreakingly beautiful as Sam Cooke and Otis Redding combined. Later that day we make way for some exciting and hot African music with Sidiki Diabaté, who played the kora alongside his father Toumani during the Lamomali project of French star Matthieu Chedid at Couleur Café 2017.
We can hardly wait till Sunday 1/7 when the American beatmaker Masego will show us the true colors of trap house jazz, a new and exciting genre that floats on sax, beats and sultry grooves.
Discover the line-up here.