Karibu Music Festival call for artists

Karibu Cultural Promotions Organization in collaboration with Legendary Music Entertainment and Promotions Company Limited are organizing the 2nd edition of the Karibu Music Festival to be held at Bagamoyo in Tanzania. The annual 3-day international cultural event aims at promoting African culture to the world, as well as introducing other countries’ cultures to Africa, and building up friendship/collaboration opportunities among all participants. In the aspects of music, dance, paintings, theater, crafts, and many others, all artists who can share their passion and goals are welcome to participate in this event to present their talent and promote their work.

Karibu Festival poster
Karibu Festival poster

The festival involves international artists from Africa, Europe, America, and Asia who will perform at the main stage and conduct their unique workshop classes. This will be 100% live performance for 3 days. It will also feature musicians selling and showcasing their CDs (Albums), craftsmen and artisans selling unique products, cultural food and drink vendors, also a cinema and graffiti venue for more art adventures. The big live performance stage with the high quality sound system from Legendary Music will be set near the College of Arts and Culture Bagamoyo-TASUBA, from Friday 6 to Sunday 8 November 2015.

For artists in Tanzania, a modest performance fee will be offered. For artists outside Tanzania, modest accommodation, local transport and per diem will be provided. International Artists are encouraged to source for the support to cover their travel expenses (air ticket, visa, insurance etc). The festival office will send a formal invitation letter to facilitate the solicitation for such support.

They thank you for showing interest in participating at the Karibu Music Festival and are looking forward to welcoming you to Bagamoyo, Tanzania! Good luck!

For applications, please fill the online application form available on their website: http://www.karibumusic.org/2015-call-for-artists

 

 

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