Join us for the best weekend of your summer!
Over 60 acts from 15+ countries. The urban beachfront beauty of Jericho Beach Park. Take a bus, bike, car share, even walk to the festival - so easy, so accessible. Come immerse yourself in the music of your world, sample delicious food from around the globe, shop, hang out with friends, and experience three glorious days that will stay in your heart forever.
Evening Main Stage Concerts
Friday 5pm - 11pm • Saturday 5pm - 11pm • Sunday 5:30pm - 11pm
SUNDAY JULY 19
Bassekou Kouyaté & Ngoni Ba
La Gallera Social Club filters traditional Venezuelan music through their own unique mix of influences, taking inspiration not only from the traditional sounds of their homeland, but also from The Beatles, 60's psychedelia, Balkan music, folk and funk. Afropop Worldwide says, "Head-bobbing beats, Spanish guitar, and smooth, harmonized vocals draw... listeners to the beach for a Cuba Libre and summer breeze." Watch their most recent video Chocolate, and catch some sights of the band's hometown, Maracaibo, in this clip for Chimban-güele.
Söndörgő's music has been called a "boisterious Hungarian counterpart to bluegrass." They've also been referred to as "one of Europe's most versatile and exciting bands." Söndörgő's sound is built around the tambura - a small, plucked instrument, similar to a mandolin. They play lively, upbeat Southern Slavic folk tunes collected from the Serb and Croat communities dotting the Danube, preserving a rich musical tradition while adding their own dazzling spin. Catch the official video for their single Marice, or see their live performance for the 2014 Lotus World Music & Arts Festival.
AND MANY MORE . . . Lucius • Sam Lee & Friends • The Once • Lindi Ortega • Les Poules à Colin • The Wilderness of Manitoba • Marlon Williams • 100 Mile House • Diyet • Matthew Barber & Jill Barber • Jenn Grant • Fortunate Ones • The Jerry Cans • The Sadies • Scarlett Jane • The Strumbellas • Jasper Sloan Yip