A powerfully progressive synthesis of electronic sound and Afro-Caribbean language, ÌFÉ is a bold new musical project from Puerto Rico based African American drummer/producer/singer Otura Mun. Presented by Canadian Music Week.
With Mas Aya, Juana Go-gó and opening set by Maracatú Mar Aberto.
Doors Open: 7 pm / Show Starts: 8 pm.
Admission: $30 in advance – Buy your advance tickets.
Reservations guarantee seating.
A lighter menu of bar snacks, appetizers and easy-to-share dishes will be available.
Make online reservations or call 416 588 0307.
ÌFÉ: Otura Mun, an Ifá priest or Babalawo in the Yoruba religion, has been a vanguard artist in the Puerto Rican music scene since his arrival there in the late 1990s, producing critically acclaimed albums and songs for many of the islands most important musical voices.
Founder and Director: Otura Mun
Musicians: Beto Torrens, Anthony Sierra, Yarimir Cabán
Dancer: Pia Love
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