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Afrobeats + African

One of the first acts that graced EartH Theatre’s stage was Ethio-Jazz pioneer Mulatu Astatke, whose exceptional performance set a high bar for everyone that’s followed.

Since then, we’ve featured music from around the continent including Mali’s Songhoy Blues, Omah Lay (Nigeria), Belgian-South African artist Petite Noir, a showcase for experimental French-West-African label No Format!, and Tuareg blues guitarist Mdou Moctar, whose LP Afrique Victime was one of the Guardian‘s top albums of 2021.

Browse upcoming events featuring music rooted in African sounds…

Upcoming Afrobeats + African Music Events

  • A Night Called Energy

    Saturday August 13 2022
  • Drizilik Live In London

    Friday August 19 2022
  • The Tamasha Festival 2022

    Saturday August 20 2022
  • Soolking

    Tuesday November 15 2022

What’s more, inherently the diaspora has created a breeding ground for musical experimentation and collaboration – along with traditional continental music, we have hosted Afrofuturist, Afro-Latino, African-American, and Afro-European artists whose innovations have steered the direction and evolution of contemporary music, and whose influences can be heard throughout international pop music today.

  • Mulatu Astatke by Wyatt Dixon
  • Fatoumata Diawara by Wyatt Dixon
  • Fela Kuti: Saluting The Black President
  • Photo by Wyatt Dixon
  • afrobeats at EartH
    Omah Lay headlining EartH Theatre by Jozef Garcala
  • Songhoy Blues by Wyatt Dixon
  • Tinariwen by Imogen May
  • The London African Gospel Choir by Imogen May