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Amapiano To The Moon at Grindstone on Whyte Ave (1/6 of Afro Latin Fest)
February 18 @ 10:00 pm - February 19 @ 2:00 am
Ascending to the moon one log drum at a time! ATTM is an out-of-ordinary nightlife experience inspired by Southern African dance parties
Afro x Latin Festival YEG (Feb. 18; Feb. 22-26)
6 unique venues. 6 tropical-inspired experiences. 21+ live acts & more!
Music | Food | Dance | Drink | Shop Local
*This event is 1/6 of La Connexional’s Afro x Latin Festival taking place between Saturday, February 18th and Sunday, February 26th. Find out more at join.afrolatinfestyeg.com*
Brough to you by BANGERZ & La Connexional, Amapiano To The Moon (ATTM) is an out-of-ordinary nightlife experience inspired by Southern African dance parties.
You can expect heart-clutching harm🤎nies, piano solos, uplifting percussion, visual stimulations 🤯 and participatory dance circles 💃🏾🕺🏿 that make a Southern African party transcendental🚀.
This first installation of Amapiano To The Moon is taking place during Black History Month on Saturday, February 18th at Grindstone Theatre (10019 81 Ave NW) from 10 pm till late.
Grab your tickets as early as possible and save up to $15 on your tickets.
Special Live Performance by Kuzi Cee (Calgary)
Music by BANGERZ x Ray MP x TE FO
ATTM: Ascending to the moon one log drum at a time!
To find out more about Amapiano To The Moon, please visit www.pianotothemoon.com
For more information about all the experiences that are part of the Afro x Latin Festival, head to join.afrolatinfestyeg.com
About the Afro x Latin Festival:
The experience that personifies the vision of what La Connexional represents in Edmonton and beyond is back at the magnificent Starlite Room for an unforgettable 6th edition of our infamous #WinterIsCancelled Night on Saturday, February 25th ! As always, we’re bringing you the lively sights and sounds of diverse representations of African, Black, Caribbean, and Latin cultures all in one place! Western Canada’s one and only Afro x Latin Festival is a celebration of the uniqueness of and interconnectivity between African, Black, Caribbean, and Latin cultures through music, food, dance, arts, education, and entrepreneurship.