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Youssou N’Dour

Youssou Ndour

Saturday 31 March 2018

Bluesfest Touring and PBS are proud to present Youssou N'dour with his full troupe of musicians and dancers at Hamer Hall on Saturday March 31, 2018.

Ending a 14-year wait, the king of African music and Grammy-Award winner, will bring his world music block party backed by his legendary 12-piece band Le Super Étoile de Dakar, acrobatic dancers and over three decades of funk-fused hits. With his unmistakeable siren-like voice, fiery politics and revving rhythms, his shows are a celebration of African hope, heritage and identity.

Emerging as the Michael Jackson of Senegal at just 12 years of age, N'dour's innovative pairing of fiery political polemics with the revving rhythms of Mbalax beats has seen him tour the world with Springsteen and Sting while running for president and campaigning for Nelson Mandela alike.

For more information and tickets follow the link here.

Youssou N'dour
Saturday March 31
Hamer Hall, the Arts Centre Melbourne

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