Mbongwana Star Count Down; Less than 2 weeks!

Jul 06, 2017

We’re counting down to the new sound of Kinshasa hitting Toronto – Mbongwana Star are at the Great Hall in under 2 weeks! Their North American tour includes many of the major festivals and we’re lucky to have them in such an intimate setting. Warming up the dance floor is Small World’s resident ethnomixologist, DJ medicineman, set to unleash a rare-groove set of vintage global beats. Tickets are selling fast for the 19th, so be sure to secure yours for what promises to be the hottest show of the summer! Here is “Malukayi (feat. Konono No.1)” for a glorious reminder of what they are capable of.

This weekend, the embarrassment of musical choices continues following the Canada Day feast! Many of our partner organizations are busy: Afrofest takes over Woodbine Park with two full days of summer sounds, Futuro Libre presents ÌFÉ at the Mod Club, and Bollywood Monster Mashup rocks Mississauga. All this while Sunfest shines brightly in London, and Kultrún Festival conquers Kitchener.

Mbongwana Star
> Space ipno afro punk rock electro

Wednesday, July 19th 8:30pm – The Great Hall

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Sunfest
>London Ontario’s Premier celebration of World Music & Culture

Thursday, July 6 – 9 – Victoria Park, London, Ontario

Kultrún Festival
> Experience Culture Love World Music

Friday, July 7 – 9 – Victoria Park, Downtown Kitchener

ÌFÉ
> w/ Baoba and DJs Firecracker & Juana Go Go

Saturday, July 8 – Mod Club, Toronto

Afrofest 2017
> Presented by Music Africa

Saturday, July 8 – 9 – Woodbine Park, Toronto

TEAM SPIRIT

Small World Music supports our community partners and family of world music artists performing around the greater Toronto area. Visit the Small World Music site to learn more about all the great events happening in the city.

Support Small World

Small World Music Society is a charitable organization and presenter of culturally diverse music, supported by the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Ontario Arts Council, the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Toronto Arts Council, as well as community and corporate partners.