On May 11th, the first day of the festival will start with the performance of “Namibian Tales,” a modern and original African harmony and rhythm, followed by Brazilian singer-songwriter Flavia Dontas, the essence of Bossa Nova. “The Tune,” which caused a great repercussion between traditional music enthusiasts through reinterpretation of traditional music and improper experimentation, will open the prelude of the festival.
The line-up for the next day, May 12th, features an eclectic group of musicians:
- Songwriter Cheka from Cape Verde
- The Latin jazz band Pinar del Rio, featured with a special improvisation group based on Afro Cuban music
- Mollanc, a local band that pursues free music beyond the limits of genres
- Uccia, the guitarist of Spain’s Galactic music
- Hermann Lopez, the world’s best Timpel player from Canary Island, Spain
- Israel’s Gullaza, a mysterious mood that inherits female songs
On the last day, musicians who have maximized the unique musical characteristics of different countries such as Narit, a popular local band with creative traditional music, Amine & Hamza, which plays Tunisian music with Arab traditional instruments and Javier Collier will be on the stage. The Festival will close with the performance of an Italian band Rumba de Bodos, an exquisite blend of Latino, Swing, Ska, Reggae and Balkan.
Tickets are available at the ticket link (http://www.ticketlink.co.kr/pr…) and Suseong Artpia (053-668-1567), and the fee is 10,000 won for a 3 day ticket and can also be bought at the ticket booth of Suseong Artpia.