The Sound Station pop-up stage will once again be appearing at St Michaels Station for the weekend of this years AFRICA OYÉ. Helping celebrate the Sefton Park event’s 25th Anniversary, Sound Station will be hosting live acts and DJs on Saturday 17th June.
The pop-up stage will be pitched at the station which is just 10 minutes walk from the festival ground where there will be acts from around the world representing the African diaspora for what is always a fantastic free event. Appearing on the Merseyrail Sound Station stage will be ANWAR ALI AND DAVE OWEN, TOSIN SALAKO plus DJ sets from RADIO EXOTICA and MEDICINE MEN.
Arrive at Africa Oyé by train and sample the Oyé vibes as soon as you hit Aigburth. Anwar Ali and Dave Owen are this years chosen Oyé Introduces act, playing the main stage on Sunday 18th. Catch their stripped back set on Saturday afternoon in the Sound Station tent.
Also playing will be Tosin Salako, whose blues rock sounds have won him many fans over the last couple of years, playing various venues around town and also front the house band for the GIT Award ceremony last year.
We’re pleased to welcome back dynamic duo Radio Exotica who will be spinning the best sounds from Africa and around the world too. Plus Medicine Men will be proving the best tunes to start your festival experience.
Timings for the performances will be announced soon.
Africa Oyé takes place at Sefton Park 17th-18th June