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Lo'Jo on stage at SXSW, by Alex Walter



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Flamingo Cantina, 515 East 6th Street, Austin, Texas, USA | 16 March 2017

WOMEX once again returned to Austin, Texas, USA to present the annual WOMEX Night at the SXSW festival. 2017's WOMEX Night was held on Thursday, 16 March at the Flamingo Cantina. See below to find out the wonderful music that the 2017 WOMEX Night had to offer.

The WOMEX Night is part of a bilateral, longterm partnership between WOMEX and SXSW, designed to open up new networking avenues to delegates of the two events. As Todd Puckhaber of SXSW states "I have been attending WOMEX for many years. The conference has proven to be an invaluable tool in shaping a stronger presence of global sounds at SXSW. It is the key networking opportunity for world music artists and professionals alike. I am pleased and honoured to have the WOMEX Showcase once again at SXSW."


2017 Line-up:

Monareta, by Lilia ManolovaPhoto: Stéphane Tasse

Monareta (Colombia)

From Bogotá to Brooklyn, sending cumbia to space!

On stage from: 20:00





Hanba!, by M. Sitkiewicz and G. SszewczykPhoto: M. Sitkiewicz and G. Sszewczyk

Hanba! (Poland)

Raucous and rollicking acoustipunk from Polish folkies.

On stage from: 21:00





Mora Lucay 

Mora Lucay (Chile)

Cool grooves and a honey voice with a funky edge.

On stage from: 22:00





Ozomatli, by meaduvaPhoto: meaduva

Ozomatli (USA)

An instant party with all the sounds of modern LA.

On stage from: 23:00





La Dame Blanche, by Gunther KlebingerPhoto: Gunther Klebinger

La Dame Blanche (Cuba/France)

Latin hip-hop with distinct Afro-Cuban and jazz flavours.

On stage from: 00:00





Troker, by Calavera EstudioPhoto: Calavera Estudio

Troker (Mexico)

High-octane riot jazz smashing horns and beats at a million miles an hour.

On stage from: 01:00





Photos: Lo'Jo on stage at SXSW, by Alex Walter; Hanba!, by M. Sitkiewicz and G. Sszewczyk; La Dame Blanche, by Gunther Klebinger; Monareta, by Lilia Manolova; Mona Lucay; Troker, by Calavera Estudio; Ozomatli, by meaduva.