Sunday 18 september is Car Free Sunday, so what better reason to have a street party outside at the Ancienne Belgique venue in the Rue des Pierres. And with a real killer global lineup of true sounds from the global underground! 🙂
with Haitian folklore voudou group Chouk Bwa Libete, Palestinian electro *shamstep* crew 47Soul, eclectic folk group Refugees For Refugees, Golden Dawn Arkestra, Azmari, Daniel Dzidzonu, our friends Memo Pimiento, Gan Gah, Deena Abdelwahed and ofcourse Rebel Up!
This sunday afternoon the Rebel Up! distro will be standing at the alternative record fair, in the BRASS cultural centre, Forest / Vorst, organised by the wild collective Buzz On Your Lips.
To see what special outernational LP’s and cassettes we will have for sale, check out stock here!
Doors will open at 11am already, up to 23:00
It’s free in before 19h, after it’s 6€ in for a special concert programme of underground acts. > Radar Men from the Moon (NL) Charnier (BE)
Whispering Sons (BE)
The Matongé-Europe Festival is back, with Foot Piknic on 7 June: a football match with a culinary dimension in parc Léopold, organised by Kuumba and C.I.E. Transitscape.
From 10 am to 8 pm, eight mixed and intercultural teams will challenge each other in the mini-football tournament on the sports ground in parc Léopold. At the same time there will be a family picnic and Rebel Up! dj SebCat will provide the necessary sunny tunes from Africa and further around the world. Sunday promises to be a nice hot day too, so bring your tastiest picnic and come to relax or play!
Foot Piknic aims to bring together residents, workers and users of the Matongé neighbourhood and the European quarter, as also happened at the Matongé-Europe Festival. Enrol here as a volunteer or footballer : email@example.com
and afterwards at 21:00 in Kuumba, we all go watch the friendly football game between France & Belgium!
This sunday evening a special trancedental Rajasthani sufi concert in Brussels by our friends Irshad Ali Qawwali Party at Art Base venue in city centre (close to Central Station)
A Royal Family Tradition of Rajasthan
Irshad Ali Kawa- Lead Voice Nishad Ali Kawa- Tabla
Imran Khan- Harmonium and Voice
The Abdul Gafoor Kawa family is a very ancient family of classical musicians in Rajasthan. Irshad Kawa was born in 1987 in Jaipur, Rajasthan. He started singing Indian classical music ” Khayal ” with his grandfather Ustad Abdul Gafoor Kawa Sahab & with his father Ishak Ali Kawa & his uncle Amanat Ali Kawa. After this he started to sing qawwali music with his brothers Nishad Ali Kawa and Harmoniyam- Imran Khan Foga ). Irshad Kawa gave his 1st performance with “ Irshad Ali Qawwali Party ” in front of the President of india Dr. ApJ Abdul Kalam, the biggest scientist of India.Nishad Ali Kawa started playing Tabla when he was 3 years old. Imran khan plays harmonium with Nishad and Irshad since they were children.