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The rhythm will flow through you all night long 

If you love music, culture, and diversity, you won’t want to miss the Festival International Nuits d’Afrique. This spectacular event showcases the best of African, Caribbean, and Latin American musical traditions. From July 11 to 23, 2023, Montreal will be transformed into a vibrant and colorful stage where over 700 artists from over 30 countries will perform, share and inspire.

The festival, which started in 1987, has become one of Canada’s most popular and prestigious events, attracting thousands of music lovers every year. The festival promotes cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue, and social inclusion through music and arts. will help you create your epic night by booking a table at one of Montreal’s fine restaurants. They will even hook you up with one of Montreal’s nightclubs or bars after the concert if you want to have a drink or two. That is not all; if you’re coming from out of town, will also take care of your hotel needs in ideal areas of the city and your travel accommodations at the best rates. Call or text them now at 438-995-6496 to find out how you can have the perfect night in Montreal.

What to Expect

The festival offers a rich and varied program that caters to all tastes and ages. You can enjoy 13 days of indoor concerts at various venues across the city, featuring some of the most renowned and emerging artists in the world music scene. You can also experience six days of free outdoor activities at the Quartier des Spectacles, the heart of Montreal’s cultural life. There, you can discover the Village des Enfants, a fun and educational space for kids; the Cabaret Nuits d’Afrique, a lively and intimate stage for local and international talents; the Marché Tombouctou, a colorful market where you can find crafts, food, and souvenirs; and the Ateliers de danse à ciel ouvert, where you can learn different dance styles from around the world.

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal. 

Who to See

With so many amazing artists, deciding who to see might take a lot of work. Here are some of our top picks for the 2023 edition:

  • Angélique Kidjo: The Grammy-winning singer from Benin is one of the most influential and respected voices in African music. She blends traditional rhythms with pop, rock, jazz, and soul influences, creating a powerful, unique sound that transcends borders and genres. She will perform songs from her latest album Mother Nature, which features collaborations with artists like Burna Boy, Yemi Alade, and Mr Eazi.
  • Blick Bassy: The Cameroonian singer-songwriter and guitarist is known for his soulful and poetic songs that mix his native language Bassa with French and English. He draws inspiration from his roots, travels, and social activism, creating a captivating and intimate musical universe. He will present his new album, 1958, a tribute to the heroes of Cameroon’s independence.
  • Delgres: The trio from Guadeloupe combines blues, rock, and Caribbean influences to create a raw and energetic sound that reflects their history and identity. Their name comes from Louis Delgrès, a resistance leader against slavery in Guadeloupe in 1802. Their music is a powerful expression of freedom, resistance, and hope.
  • Eliasse: The singer and multi-instrumentalist from Comoros Islands blends traditional music from his homeland with modern influences such as reggae, pop, and electro. His songs are full of emotion, melody, and groove, inviting the audience to dance and dream. He will showcase his new album Zama-Zama, which means “little by little” in Comorian.
  • Yemi Alade: The Nigerian superstar is one of Africa’s most popular and successful artists. She rose to fame after winning the Peak Talent Show in 2009, and since then, she has released several hit songs such as Johnny, Ferrari, and Shekere. She is known for her energetic and charismatic performances, colorful outfits, and fusion of Afropop, R&B, and dancehall.

Text or call now at 438-995-6496 and plan your perfect weekend in Montreal.