Roots Daughters Invitées par WorldWild Soundsystem
Productions Nuits d'Afrique presents

Roots Daughters Invitées par WorldWild Soundsystem

In-person Event
February 17th 2024
10:00 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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The concept is becoming a tradition. After Mungo's Hifi in 2019, Iration Steppas in 2022, Lek Sen and Jah Observer in 2023, it's now the turn of two women and activists from the Berlin-based sound systems collective Roots Daughters to take center stage at this 12kW-plus session, which promises to give off a unique vibe of empowerment.

Their guests founded Roots Daughters in 2009, inspired by Rastafari and the Jamaican and British sound system culture. Their sessions are a space for reflection, connection, empowerment through a sharing of vibes and music. Julie and Jahminta are passionate vinyl collectors who will introduce the public to reggae music in all its beauty and versatility - from its foundations to more recent releases.

It's hard to get more passionate than the WWSS crew! For the past fifteen years, they've been fine-tuning their sound system in the purest Jamaican tradition. The home-made boxes, the analogue equipment, the sirens and other sound effects, the vinyl, the MC: everything contributes to this authenticity.

An event presented in collaboration with the TD Bank Group

Productions Nuits d’Afrique presents, in partnership with TD Bank Group, “Women of the world raise their voices“. A special program, offering 5 concert-events as part of Black History Month!

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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The concept is becoming a tradition. After Mungo's Hifi in 2019, Iration Steppas in 2022, Lek Sen and Jah Observer in 2023, it's now the turn of two women and activists from the Berlin-based sound systems collective Roots Daughters to take center stage at this 12kW-plus session, which promises to give off a unique vibe of empowerment.

Their guests founded Roots Daughters in 2009, inspired by Rastafari and the Jamaican and British sound system culture. Their sessions are a space for reflection, connection, empowerment through a sharing of vibes and music. Julie and Jahminta are passionate vinyl collectors who will introduce the public to reggae music in all its beauty and versatility - from its foundations to more recent releases.

It's hard to get more passionate than the WWSS crew! For the past fifteen years, they've been fine-tuning their sound system in the purest Jamaican tradition. The home-made boxes, the analogue equipment, the sirens and other sound effects, the vinyl, the MC: everything contributes to this authenticity.

An event presented in collaboration with the TD Bank Group

Productions Nuits d’Afrique presents, in partnership with TD Bank Group, “Women of the world raise their voices“. A special program, offering 5 concert-events as part of Black History Month!

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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