Come To This Winter Music Festival!

Last year, World Music/CRASHarts staged an indoor music festival of (as one would presume from the name of the organization) world music. I attended and thoroughly enjoyed it, and am thrilled that the festival is being repeated this year!


On January 28, 2017, come to the House of Blues for CRASHfest! Replete with international music, food, and drink, CRASHfest is an immersion into other parts of the world.

You will find music from Africa (Bombino, Daby Touré and Salif Keita), Ethiopia via Boston (Debo Band), Texas (Carrie Rodriguez), and Brooklyn (San Fermin),  as well as Orkesta Mendoza, LADAMA, Air Congo, and Emperor Norton’s Stationary Marching Band! Expect more bands to be announced in the coming days.

I have seen several acts (Bombino, Debo Band, Carrie Rodriguez, and Emperor Norton) and would attend this festival for any one of them; being able to see them all in one event is a fabulous opportunity for you to experience these bands as well as the others.

There are three stages; the main stage and smaller stages set up in the restaurant and in the Foundation Room. People move freely throughout the venue, buying small plates of food at numerous stations set up throughout the venue.

Tickets are $48 and are available through World Music’s website. Expect a great afternoon and evening!

About suze72

I've loved the arts all my life... I go to a lot of concerts, take lots of photos and want to share them. Every once in a while I do something other than a concert, too. The Boston area is full of opportunities to indulge my passion - I'd like to help make it yours too!

Posted on January 8, 2017, in concert announcements, music, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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