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EUNIC Music Festival

EUNIC Music Festival
Saturday, 26 May 2018 at 18:00
The Warehouse
Early bird N$ 100, advanced N$ 150, at the door N$ 200

Come to the Warehouse to enjoy the first edition of the EUNIC Music Festival, a unique artistic proposition with significant musicians from Europe sharing the stage with Namibian artists around the theme hip hop, funk and soul!

The EUNIC Music Festival is the result of the collaboration between some European cultural centres in Namibia members of the Eunic Cluster Namibia. This year, the Goethe-Institute, the Diogo Cao Portuguese Language Centre and the FNCC supported by the European Union Delegation aim to offer a Festival, each of them providing a local artist from their country. Germany will be represented by the group Chefboss, Portugal by the big star Valas and France by DJ Crabbe. Namibian artists KP Illest & Lioness will take the stage to open the concert. This first edition is hip hop, soul and funk theme.

The Festival present an important educational component: workshops and masterclasses will be held at the College of the Arts.

The Eunic Cluster Namibia aim to establish this musical project yearly that’s why this first edition promises an exciting introduction with artists with original universe.



Le Festival de musique EUNIC laisse deviner une entrée en matière très prometteuse avec des artistes européens reconnus aux univers artistiques originaux.

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