Black Coffee is an artist who knows his roots. Born in Durban, South Africa, he has always integrated his African heritage into his music, and now he is headlining an exciting new African event: Lost Nomads. From June 11-12, no more than 2,000 attendees per day will travel to a secret location in the Agafay Desert, 40 minutes outside Marrakech, Morocco.
This event will feature music, but it will also honor the nomadic culture of the desert. A desolate place, but one where communities have formed for thousands of years leading to some of the most prevalent cultural contributions in the world.
One example is the nomadic souk, or market, that will take place during the festival. Artisans from the surrounding Atlas mountains will sell their authentic crafts like carpets, jewelry, and more.
Check out the announcement video for Black Coffee at Lost Nomads below. Click here to purchase tickets.
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