36ième Festival International Nuits d'Afrique : IFRIQIYYA ELECTRIQUE

36ième Festival International Nuits d'Afrique : IFRIQIYYA ELECTRIQUE

In-person Event
July 14th 2022
9:00 pm / Doors: 8:00 pm

4521 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC, Canada, H2T 1R2, Montréal, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Les Productions Le Ministère at info@leministere.ca.

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“Trance, the real deal, is at the heart of the Ifriqiyya Electrique experience, like an echo stretching back a thousand years to the sacred source of all primitive arts,” (FIP). François R. Cambuzat has had a few incarnations, including as a young musician playing with Dizzy Gillespie in New York and a budding journalist interviewing Iggy Pop, which have always led him to new adventures. Gianna Greco, a rebel hungry for freedom, justice, and authenticity, and also a fugitive of another time when she met Cambuzat. Together, creating a kind of Beat Generation 2.0, they fire off their all-out electro—raw, authentic, and exuberant. Hovering between North African ritual and brazen bass sounds, this intensity, always ready to erupt, confronts, stuns, and heals the spirit.

Refunds
Until the event starts
Exchanges
Until the event starts
Free for children
No free access
Access for persons with mobility impairment
No
Free for Accompanying Person
No

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“Trance, the real deal, is at the heart of the Ifriqiyya Electrique experience, like an echo stretching back a thousand years to the sacred source of all primitive arts,” (FIP). François R. Cambuzat has had a few incarnations, including as a young musician playing with Dizzy Gillespie in New York and a budding journalist interviewing Iggy Pop, which have always led him to new adventures. Gianna Greco, a rebel hungry for freedom, justice, and authenticity, and also a fugitive of another time when she met Cambuzat. Together, creating a kind of Beat Generation 2.0, they fire off their all-out electro—raw, authentic, and exuberant. Hovering between North African ritual and brazen bass sounds, this intensity, always ready to erupt, confronts, stuns, and heals the spirit.

Refunds
Until the event starts
Exchanges
Until the event starts
Free for children
No free access
Access for persons with mobility impairment
No
Free for Accompanying Person
No

Less than 8 minute walk from Mont-Royal subway station.

Parking places available in neighboring streets.

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