Choose your own moments of change. Lose yourself in music or discover the present through meditation and yoga – all along London’s only riverside linear park The Tide. The full festival programme is coming soon.
Grammy Award-winning Malian Wassoulou musician, sometimes referred to as "The Songbird of Wassoulou", has amassed a following over three decades through emotion-drenched numbers that touch on social commentary all the way through to motherhood. See her on London’s new riverside linear park, The Tide.
Whether his latest solo album, World’s Strongest Man , is a self-reference or not you can expect a powerful show. Gaz entered the music scene aged 16 and has gone on to record some seriously catchy tunes. Having kicked off his UK album tour in May, this is a rare opportunity to get up close to the man himself.
Something of a mash-up between the genres of soul, RnB, Hip Hop, spoken word and live music, Tank and the Bangas are breaking the mould. They’re already played live on the Jimmy Fallon Show so catch them before they blow up.
A household name in Ethiopia, Malatu Astatke is known as the father of ethno-jazz. And he brings his unique blend of pop, jazz, Ethiopian vibes, Latin rhythms, reggae and Afro-funk to the Turning Tides Festival. Featuring an eclectic mix of instruments, you’re sure to leave with favourite new tunes ringing in your ears.