Dele Sosimi, one of the most active musicians currently on the Afrobeat scene, comes to Drapers' Hall. Supported by the National Lottery and Arts Council England.
This is a standing show.
Dele Sosimi will be joined by Olakunle Olofinjana on drums, Afla Sackey on Conga, Suman Joshi on bass guitar and Justin Thurgur on trombone.
With support from DJ Count Skylarkin.
10% booking fee
The bar will open at 7pm
Performance starts at 8pm
Dele Sosimi stands out as one of the most active musicians currently on the Afrobeat scene worldwide. Dele‘s career began when he joined Fela‘s Anikulapo Kuti‘s Egypt 80 (1979–1986) and then subsequently with Fela‘s son Femi Anikulapo Kuti‘s Posi-tive Force (1986-1994). In both bands he was musical director and keyboard player. Since Fela created Afrobeat, Dele‘s Afrobeat pedigree is impeccable. The music is a blend of complex but highly danceable funk grooves, Nigerian traditional music (including hi-life) and African percussion.
Drapers’ Hall, Bayley Lane, CV15RN
Access for all
- Level access for wheelchairs
- Disabled toilets available
- Induction loop