Global Fusion Music & Arts are supporting African Music in Passey Place, Eltham, on Saturday as part of the Greenwich Music Festival programme.
The day will run from 10am until 5pm with a full programme of live African-focused music, free children’s workshops and stalls.
The bands and artists will include the Eltham Hill Steel Pan Band, Bellingham Gospel Choir and Gordon School Choir.
There will also be legendary kora player from Guinea, Mosi Conde, traditional Ghanaian music from Bozie, Freddy Macha from Tanzania, Ugandan drumming and dance group Bantu Arts, pictured.
Ancestral Voices Afro-Jazz Fusion and, fresh back from their tour of France, Afrobeat and Highlife band Eben Oke and the Yoruba Soul-Jazz.
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