Mondomix Festival of New Empowering Music

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Joining the dots between live and recorded music moving image and spoken word  THE WORLD VILLAGE PROJECT brings you the annual Mondomix Festival. Our exciting all new Arts Council supported DJ AND LIVE BAND LINE-UP OF NEW EMPOWERING MUSIC for 2017 will be the best yet. So come along to Calbourne Water Mill on 2/3/4 June and enjoy a relaxing laid back weekend of MONDOMUSIC.

OUR LINE-UP OF THE BEST MUSIC YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU LIKED 2017. 

The sensational sounds of the UK’s BELOW THE RADAR world influenced music scene.

Anchorsong with String Quartet. Bafula. Cable Street Collective. Chainska Brassika. Faith i Branko. Dom Durner and the Dynamite. Kadialy Kouyate Band. Kongo Dia Ntotila. Kokoroko. Soothsayers. Space Ghetto Funk. Satsangi. The Alchemist's Wardrobe. The Deadeyes. The Didgeridoo Man. The Radial Band. The Ric Harris Trio.  Red Sqwrl.  Zac Rogers. Zoe & Zara.  Prince Fatty & Tippa Irie. Dom Servini WahWah 45s. Quest. Baptists. Disco Africa. Jah Nipsy. Tom Headfunk. Rough Cut Collective. Gordon Wedderburn. Untuck. Sepia. DrDJ. DjDj. Ember. Missy Strut. The Psychedelic Sound System. Spinning Sprite. Soul Kid. Usifu Jalloh The Cowfoot Prince. The Reading Between the Lines Collective. Dave Randall presents Sound System: The Political Power of Music..

 

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Date Event name Artist City/Town Venue
20 Jun Jazz:Re:Found Festival 2019 ● Monferrato Kokoroko Cella Monte Cella Monte
21 Jun Original Roots ft Kongo Dia Ntotila Kongo Dia Ntotila London Ninety One
05 Jul Soothsayers Soothsayers London Pizza Express Holborn

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