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Onejah Earthday Knees Up
Friday 27 January
All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member
In a nutshell
An eclectic night of joyful sounds from Onejah and the Passing Clouds musical family
Onejah with his unique afrobeat reggae, Baba Adesose with traditional west African folk music, Planetmans reggae vibes along with Passing Clouds musical family will provide an eclectic night of music. Please bring your dancing shoes and your inner Joy and come let us make some magic together. This is a night of love and unity and everyone that loves good music should be there for a journey through the richness and diversity of musical styles and rhythms throughout the world.
What to Expect
Onejah plays a unique and original fusion of reggae and Afrobeat. Simo is Morrocan Gnawa trance while Adesose is traditional West African folk and Planet is reggae. There will be a set from well known DJ Debbie Golt along with some roots reggae from DJ Sun Dan.
Onejahmusic is a band that has been together 15 years and have played all the great festivals including Secret Garden party, and Himmels zelt in Germany. Onejah has a unique style incorporates numerous musical disciplines. Onejah have a following all over Europe and continue to expand their fan base with concerts in venues like Queen Elizabeth Hall as well as featuring on Austrian TV and London Live. Onejah music was used as the musician score for the recent film Ugwumpiti which was commissioned by the Victoria and Albert museum. A socially conscious band with original and sometimes iconoclastic lyrics delivered with power and passion accompanied by a pulsating rhythm section Onejah is irresistible to dancers and listeners alike. If you are looking for something new and fresh and genuine, this is music for all your senses.
What people are saying
'Best band I have seen this year' Mittwoch newspaper
'The return of the Demon Slayer' New Music
Why does Rich Mix matter?
'I have been to Rich Mix for a deaf people's concert a few years ago and it was one of the greatest nights ever. The way the night was presented and engineered was brilliant. It felt like an inclusive and community minded venue. I never even knew there were such places promoting such interesting and enlightened community programs. I have been a fan ever since and look forward to taking to that stage.'
Find out more
See Onejah performing on YouTube
Things you should know
This event is suitable for ages 16+
This event is wheelchair accessible.