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Sunday, November 16, 2014

Sounds of Africa come to Llan tonight

 
* HAJAmadagascar & The Groovy People play the Pavilion tonight. 
Following their acclaimed performance at the Africa Oyé festival this summer, HAJAmadagascar & The Groovy People are appearing at Llangollen Pavilion tonight (Sunday) as part of their current UK tour.
 
Haja and his band, who all hail from the African island of Madagascar, are traveling across England and Wales this November to bring their unique Afro-Trance grooves to brand new audiences.

“Our music reflects our being”, Haja says.
 
“We love our traditions, but we live in big cities at the same time. Tradition and modernity can live well together. Afro-grooves are endless.”

Paul Duhaney, Artistic Director of Africa Oyé, said: "We are delighted to be touring one of the standout acts from lasts year's festival."
 
HAJAmadagascar & The Groovy People
Sunday 16th November, 2014
Llangollen Pavilion, Llangollen
£10 / 7:30pm
Tickets via skiddle.com

1 comment:

  1. This was a wonderful evening of colourful intricate music, the sort that used to be a very regular feature of the Llangollen Fringe. Hopefully someone involved with that event will have seen this fantastic, hard-working band and will be booking them for next July. The Pavilion itself should be ashamed of the extremely poor publicity that it gave a group of musicians who would be more than at home at the International Eisteddfod.

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