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Monday, November 2, 2015

Sauti za Busara the Day the Music Died

Music is a very important part of African culture. Since 2003, the world famous Sauti za Busara is one of Africa's best-loved music festivals taking place in Zanzibar, Tanzania however; the music doesn’t play here anymore.



Music is a very important part of African culture. Since 2003, the world famous Sauti za Busara is one of Africa's best-loved music festivals taking place in Zanzibar, Tanzania
Sauti za Busara is 100% live, 100% kuishi!
Sauti za Busara did take place every year in February in Stone Town, Zanzibar and surrounding venues highlighting artists from Zanzibar and Tanzania, across the African Continent and the African diaspora. The 2016 Sauti za Busara music festival is cancelled due to lack of funding.


Sauti za Busara is one of the largest music festivals in Eastern Africa. In 2014, CNN listed Sauti za Busara as one of the seven must-see African music festivals. All being well, the 2017 edition of Sauti za Busara will continue to spread the unique vibrant rhythms of African music across the world. Sauti za Busara is a unique platform for local unknown African artists to play alongside internationally famous African artists promoting African music as a musical connection to the mind, body and soul.


Sauti za Busara Sounds of Africa Zanzibar Music Festival 

2012

Sauti za Busara is 100% live, 100% kuishi

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