Afro Diaspora Festival Tour – @lutanfyahmusic
Jamaican Roots Reggae Dancehall Artist Lutan Fyah is set to perform in seven countries in Africa in a tour dubbed Afro Diaspora Festival. The tour kicks off in South Africa at the Annual Monwabisi Beach Reggae Legend Sunsplash in Khayelitsha, Cape Town on 23-24 November 2018 along with another Jamaican artist Pampi Judah and Jah I Ras from Brazil. Cape Town’s renowned reggae bands and artists will complete the line up for this two day festival. This will be Lutan Fayah’s second performance at the Legends Festival, he last performed there in 2016.
He will then stop over in Johannesburg for an exclusive club gig on 07 December 2018 in the event dubbed Friends in Music where he will be jamming with Johannesburg finest artists.
His next stop will be in Malawi where he will be performing for the very first time at the Afrikan Flames Festival with two dates scheduled for December, 14 at Robins Park in Blantyre and December 16 at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe. He will be backed by South Africa’s All Nations Band and also making a guest appearance will be Skeleton Blazer and Reign Africa from South Africa. The line up will be completed by Queen Fyaah, ProVoice, Rokaz, MaBlacks and Anthony Makendetsa. The event will be hosted by Flames of Fire and Afrikan Link.
He will return to Senegal at the 3rd Edition of the Afro Diaspora Festival longside Earl 16. Two dates also scheduled for December 27, 2018 at Cabane Du Surfeur and on December 29, 2018 at Blaise Sengor in Dakar.
In Gambia he will perform longside Norris Man and Fantan Mojah on January 05, 2019 at the Afro Diaspora Reggae Festival at the Independence Stadium in Bakau.
Other Scheduled stops are in Zimbabwe, Ghana and Sierra Leone.
Listen to Lutan Fyah latest single Fake Friends
Lutan Fyah Africa Tour 2018
23 November 2018 – Monwabisi Beach Reggae Legends Sunsplash, Khayelitsha, Cape Town – South Africa
02 December 2018 – Club YoLo, Pretoria – South Africa
07 December 2018 – Blue Fame ZA, Johannesburg – South Africa
14 December 2018 – Robins Park, Blantyre – Malawi
16 December 2018 – Civo Stadium, Lilongwe – Malawi
21 December 2018 – Zimbabwe
22 December 2018 – Zimbabwe
27 December 2018 – Cabane Du Surfeur, Dakar – Senegal
29 December 2018 – Blaise Sengor, Dakar – Senegal
05 January 2019 – Independence Stadium, Bakau – Gambia
11 January 2019 – Bukum Boxing Arena, Accra – Ghana
12 January 2019 – Freetown, Sierra Leone