Kasumama Africa Festival, Day 2

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  • Friday, 05 July 2013 17:54
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04.07.2013, Kasumama Africa Festival, Moorbad Harbach

As the Festival goes on, it attracts even more visitors. I must say that even though it's my first time at the festival, I must admit that it's really been loads of fun. Even though the weather might be playing silly tricks on us, as they say the show must go on. The activities have been fun, markets, food, talks and lots more.

The performances on this evening where really wonderful, Bendula , Ramadu and the Afro Vibes where on stage, entertaining the crowd.

I enjoyed seeing Ramadu and the Afro Vibes performing bringing back memories of home with the Southern African vibe, jamming to the likes of Oliver Mtukudzi and original compositions. Their music really reaches out to a large audience as Ramadu is also apart of a group called Insingizi and has done a solo project called Ramamdu and the Afro Vibes. They have a CD  that has been released called Izambulelo.

Bendula, has its own distinctive vibe and I really enjoyed every minute of their being on stage as the kept the crowd on their feet. These really brings back the feel of Africa.

With great vibes from Africa I'd say that almost everyone danced and enjoyed the evening.

The atmosphere remained stable as it started and elevated to the next level.

Look forward to what the next days have to offer.

Photos by Yeke, written by Lauren

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Yeke, a professional graphic designer and photographer lived abroad for many years based in the Caribbean and the African continent. Through his experience he learned to love the African culture and to appreciate the simple things in life. Besides his work at "Africanlife.eu", he is currently working as a graphic designer and photographer in the product and event photography.

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