The Sway Machinery performs Saturday night at 8:30 p.m.
In its third year, this festival is looking better than ever, offering four days of free music that you simply will not find anywhere else in this area, probably ever again. From the mind-altering, polyphonic a capella of Corsican quartet Barbara Fortuna to the 12-piece Romanian gypsy punk of Mahala Rai Banda, and featuring Kenyan drum ensemble Kenge Kenge, dance music from Colombia’s Cimarrón and Brooklyn-based Nation Beat, Landfall is totally worth the trip up to CR this weekend.
Actually, the festival started on Wednesday, but you can still catch the following acts tonight, tomorrow and Saturday:
Dragon Knights, various times
Red Baraat (India / USA), 6-7:15 pm
Barbara Furtuna (France), 6:45-8 pm *
Cimmarón (Colombia), 7:30-8:45 pm
Kenge Kenge (Kenya), 6-7:15 pm
Portico Quartet (England), 6:45-8 pm *
Cordero (Mexico / USA), 7:30-8:45 pm
Turkana (Turkey / USA), 1:35-2:45 pm
Salaam (Iraq / USA), 2-3:15 pm *
Kol Shira (USA), 3-3:45 pm
Calle Sur (Colombia / Panama / USA), 4-5:15 pm
Zedashe Ensemble (Georgia), 5:30-6:45 pm
Salaam (Iraq / USA), 6:30-7:45 pm *
Nation Beat (Brazil / USA), 7-8:15 pm
The Sway Machinery (USA), 8:30-9:45 pm
Click here to view the complete schedule
And yay it’s sponsored by Little Village! See? When you support Little Village, you support culture all up and down the corridor! Thanks to all our advertisers for helping us help CSPS, and to CSPS for helping us all shake a leg this weekend.
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