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Local News: AFRICA NEW MUSIC PRESENTS FESTIVAL BANA Y AFRIQUE Black Habits Articles Festival Bana yAfrique is a free outdoor celebration of African music and culture for the whole family to enjoy. This year, the 7th annual African festival will take place at a new location - Dundas Square on Sunday, August 27th from 1 to 11p.m.

Festival Bana yAfrique 2004 features a main concert stage with performances by local and international award-winning African musical groups and exciting traditional dancers. From north to south and east to west, come and experience rhythms from the African continent.

Festival Bana yAfrique market will feature vendors and cultural organizations with a wide array of crafts and clothing from the continent and the opportunity to sample delicious African foods. A journey to the continent of Africa right here in downtown Toronto.

Festival Bana yAfrique is a free event organized by Africa New Music Afrique Nouvelle Musique, a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of African music and culture in Toronto.

FEATURING:

Nouvel Exposé Dance Troupe: www.nouvelexpose.comAdam Solomon & Tikisa: www.adamsolomon.ca Yinka & Yoruba Cultural Group: www.yinkafarinde.comFojeba: fojeba.tripod.com/index.html Tamsir SeckRadio NomadNgoma Drum & Dance Ensemble: www.ngomaensemble.com Selection Congolais: A group of Congolese superstar band-members from across Europe and Canada will also come together to get you grooving with the latest Congolese dance moves. And more...

Date: Sunday August 27, 2006 Time: 1 – 11pm NEW LOCATION: Dundas Square (by Eaton Center at Yonge & Dundas), Toronto, Canada FREE FREE FREE!!Info: www.AfricaNewMusic.org , 416.558.8541, africahouse@canada.com
Posted on Tuesday, August 01 @ 11:20:40 MST by jcohen



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