A-Free-Ka — A Night of African Music at Littlefield in Brooklyn

| May 25, 2010 | 0 Comments

Conscious NYC and Africology Media are celebrating the influence of African culture in New York with an event called “A-FREE-KA”.

Members of the group are Africans who have lived in New York for so long that they call it “almost home”. They have a common vision and a drive to be part of a new cultural exchange. They are bridging the cultural gap in NYC through music — both urban and traditional.

The event will be filled of acoustics set by African artists:

  • Meta from Meta and The Cornerstone (Senegal)
  • Sheba Sahlemariam (Ethiopia)
  • Mambo and The Protectors of the Rainforest dance group (Cameroon)
  • Tana de Sumanguru (ivory coast)

Selectors: Dj Sirak (Ethiopia), Dj Soul Selector (Ghana), Dj Eddie (south Africa)

When: Saturday, May 29, 2010, Doors 11PM-4AM

Where: Little Field, 622 Degraw Street, between 3rd and 4th Avenue,Brooklyn NY

Admission: $15, $10 with RSVP

For more info, click here.

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