Amadou & Mariam, George Clinton at Couleur Café

Friday, 18 May 2018 16:23
Amadou & Mariam, George Clinton at Couleur Café © Belga
The Malian duo, Amadou & Mariam, and the grandfather of Funk, George Clinton, will perform at the 29th edition of the Couleur Café contemporary urban music festival, which will be held for the second year running next to the Atomium, in Osseghem Park, Brussels, from the 29th of June to the 1st of July.
Amadou & Mariam as well as Alborosie, Damso, Mélanie de Biasio and Angèle are scheduled to perform on Friday the 29 of June.

George Clinton has been scheduled for Saturday, the 30th of June, along with Residente and Juicy.

Metà Metà, Tarrus Riley ft. Dean Fraser & Blak Soil, and Lee Fields & The Expressions are in the 1st of July line-up, which further includes Ziggy Marley, Calypso Rose and Milky Chance.

The price of a three-day pass purchased on line is 85 euros (+ a reservation fee of 4.80 euros) while the one-day pass costs 42 euros (+ a reservation fee of 3.80 euros).

Christopher Vincent
The Brussels Times
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