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Here you will find news of the future gigs/concerts and tours of prominent African musicians in Britain/Ireland.
TOURS: currently
African 80s disco from Ibibo Sound Machine
Noura Mint Seymali renowned Mauritanian desert-rock chanteuse

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Updated on: April 12, 2015


Mwalimu Express, Rich Mix, London, Sunday 19th April
April's event will be tribute concert celebrating the life of Yulisa Amadu Maddy. Performances from Usifu Jalloh and many others, with drumming and dance workshops and special masquerades from Sierra Leone.
Boubacar Traoré, Rich Mix, London, Thursday 21st May; Norfolk and Norwich Festival, Friday 22nd May
Popularly and affectionately known as Kar Kar, Boubacar Traoré is Mali's legendary blues guitarist.
Songhoy Blues, Village Underground, London, Thursday 28th May
Songhoy Blues are a 4-piece band who formed having fled a hard-line Islamist coup in the north of the country and cut their teeth in Bamako’s club scene.
Fatoumata Diawara and Roberto Fonseca, Barbican, London, Saturday 30th May
Malian soul singer Fatoumata Diawara and Cuban jazz pianist Roberto Fonseca join in a unique collaborative performance. They experiment with the links between Cuban and Malian music in a live setting, and explore their shared passions.
Souad Massi + Le Trio Joubran, Barbican, London, Sunday 31st May
A double bill that brings together Souad Massi's music of North Africa and Le Trio Joubran from the Middle East. Souad will present material from her new album Al-Mutakallimûn, mixing Arabic instruments such as the oud with rock and folk alongside Portugese Fado and African soul.