France 2 brings together artists who have Africa in common and is unanimous among viewers

France 2 brings together artists who have Africa in common and is unanimous among viewers
France 2 brings together artists who have Africa in common and is unanimous among viewers

This Thursday, July 29, France 2 offers an exceptional event to its viewers: “Africa, the great concert”, an unprecedented concert which celebrates African music by bringing together many artists such as Aya Nakamura, Amadou and Mariam, Tayc, Kimberose , Magic System or even Faudel. Presented by Daphné Burkï and Claudy Siar, the program was captured live and in public on July 9, from the Promenade du Peyrou, in Montpellier. An exceptional event that won over all viewers!

From Montpellier, France 2 offers this Thursday, July 29 a new concert to its viewers. Called “Africa, the big concert”, the event brings together artists who have Africa in common. Daphné Burkï and Claudy Siar, surrounded by Angélique Kidjo, Amadou and Mariam, Christophe Maé, Enrico Macias, Faudel, Aya Nakamura, Tayc, Lubiana, Youssou N’Dour and many others, offer viewers an exceptional musical journey . All these artists share the stage from the Promenade du Peyrou in Montpellier to showcase the richness and diversity of African music, rhythms and influences.

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“I have been dancing from the start!”

Partner of the “Africa 2020” season, France Televisions has also launched “Coeur Africa”, an operation which offers viewers an eclectic program on all its channels: “Africa, le grand concert” is one of the main representatives of this event. operation. And obviously, the concert met its audience: it was unanimous on the side of tweeters!

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