Luanda - Since 2009 the city of Luanda became the scene of regular Luanda International Jazz Festival (LIJF), which has attracted more than a dozen national and international artists, with immeasurable and captivating melodies.
Since that time, some of the guests became part of the “line up” of files of many Luanda residents, getting new fans in memory of “jazz lovers" of the jazz world.
For this year comes the U.S. romantic trio Boyz II Men, as well as the Angolan band 70 and saxophonist Manu Dibango.
Thus, it understanding the importance of holding a concert and the concept of unity and peace, promoting in these events.
This year, the 4th edition (July 27 to 29) will present the Angola band 70, South African musician Abdullah Hibrahim, American Hubert Laws, Coreón Du and Aline Frazão (Angola), Asa (Nigeria), Manu Dibango and Ettiene Mbapé (Cameroon), Conha Buika (Spain) and Boyz II Men (USA).
Are also part of this alignment Ricardo Lemvo (Angola), Maceo Parker (USA) Sara Tavares (Portugal) and Ivan Lins (Brazil), Toto, Djs Djeff and Darcy (Angola) Marcus Miller and Cassandra Wilson (USA), Cape-Verdean Carmen Sousa, and a Mozambican Stewart Sukuma.