Rokia Traore tickets

Rokia Traore Tickets

Rokia Traore Barbican Hall, London

Monday 9th July 2018
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Combing electronica and afrobeat to folk, Rokia Traore is the exciting Mali musician you need to know. Catch her when she takes over Barbican Hall in London on Monday 9th of July 2018.

The most adventurous African artist around strikes gold.” - MOJO

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Rokia Traoré is one of the most important voices of Africa. Throughout the years she has developed her own style which consists of guttural rap and of radiant soprano, of velvet tones and also rough sounds. With a poignant and progressive musical language, her personal and as well as political lyrics - written in English, French and in her mother tounge Bambara - and a boundless desire of experimenting, Rokia Traoré is a modern ambassadress of her continent.

Her latest release Né So explores the idea of home - so showing the world is what Né So is all about, especially the title track, a stunning etching that depicts in a few strophes the distress of uprooted peoples. The album is filled with pain and joy, infused with challenges and hopes, and always nurtured with an uncompromising frame of mind: one of a woman who will neither give up nor overdramatize, whatever happens.

Her collaborators on Né So include not just a wealth of talented musicians from across western and central Africa, Europe and the U.S., but also guest performers John Paul Jones (of Led Zeppelin), Devendra Banhart and even author Toni Morrison, who appears in "Sé Dan." The album was produced by John Parish (PJ Harvey), who also collaborated with Traoré on 2013's superb Beautiful Africa.

Now you know, be sure to book your Rokia Traore concert tickets before they sell out quickly - especially as we only have limited amounts being made available. Offering a wide selection of essential gig tickets plus excellent customer service helping you make your choice, Gigantic were appointed ‘Retail Business of the Year 2017’ by the Nottingham Post. We know 2018 will be an even better year as we continue to assist our customers in planning and enjoying their big night out!

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