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💡Vivid Sydney 2018 – Keyim Ba 📷

Let your upbeat spirit and your happy selves get the only Vivid Sydney best spot with something a lot of drumbeating and the beach feel to it. Get the rhythm going with Keyim Ba as you get out of the usual busy city life and the relaxed beach ambiance all around the city during this festival. You can get Vivid highlights from the concert floor as you listen to the drum sounds you know so well. Best way to see Vivid is through the sounds so why not give it a go and have yourself transported to a happy place while you relax?

Join us and meet some new mates as you move along to the drops and beats of Australia’s largest festivals – Vivid Sydney.

Keyim Ba

Vivid fest will get even more festive with Keyim Ba which will take you to the a more upbeat part of the town. If the Vivid packages you have allows you this transcendent experience, then come join the fun and have it with new people who are there for the same reason as you are. Vivid Sydney accommodates people of different preferences.

What dates is this on? May 26

What time does this Vivid event start? 8:30PM-12MN

Where can this be found? Venue 505, 280 Cleveland St, Surry Hills NSW 2010

How much are the tickets for this Vivid installation? Price starts at $20

With a rhythm section born in West Africa, this brilliant 8 piece band has an intoxicating upbeat sound, bringing the influences of reggae, funk and rap to West African grooves. Led by the ever charismatic, Sibo Bangoura from Guinea, the group has enormous energy, giving tradition a modern twist that never fails to fill the dance floor.

KEYIM BA brings together several of Australia’s best West African musicians, taking audiences on an exciting musical journey, celebrating a vibrant and colourful culture.

Working on new album with a fresh new funky lineup, Keyim Ba continues to wow audiences all around the country.

“Keyim Ba is sensational…an Afro-Australian treasure.” – Lloyd Bradford Syke

The Djembe powerhouse, Sibo Bangoura (Guinea), is joined by celebrated Senegalese percussionist Yacou MBaye (Senegal) on Doun Doun, Talking Drum, Sabar & Congas; Jon Pease (Dereb the Ambassador) on lead guitar and Tina Harris on bass. Joined also by well known Sydney musician Blair Greenberg on guitar, Calvin Welsh on drum kit and the captivating vocals of powerful soul singer Paula Baxter (Ghana) with Rachel Bangoura on the dance floor completing the picture.

Venue closes at 12AM

SYDNEY CBD REPAIR CENTRE IS OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK

Vivid Sydney 2018

Weekdays: 10am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday : Closed

After Business Hours, By Appointment only.

CALL 8011 4119 or 043 777 4119
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