The Star (Nairobi)

Africa: Top Musicians to Attend 10th Sauti Za Busara Festival

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Sauti za Busara music festival.

The annual Sauti za Busara music festival has a star-studded lineup of Africa's top musicians for its 10th anniversary edition scheduled for February 14-17 at the Old Fort in Zanzibar.

The festival will celebrate a lifetime achievement of bringing together artistes and audiences from around Africa and beyond with enriching cultural experiences, promoting cultural diversity and social development for the past 10 years.

This edition will feature 200 musicians: more than 25 groups from East Africa and beyond; acoustic and electric, upcoming and established - all performing live.

Headline artistes include Kenya's Owiny Sigoma Band, Cheikh Lo from Senegal, Tanzania's DDC Mlimani Park Orchestra, Khaira Arby (Mali), Comrade Fatso and Chabvondoka (Zimbabwe), Atongo Zimba (Ghana), N'Faly Kouyaté (Guinea), Nathalie Natiembe (Reunion) and Peter Msechu (Tanzania) and many more.

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