Who’s Next & Premiere Classe have teamed up with well-loved performers to celebrate the creative artists among them.

Artistic performances, afro dance, an exhibition of promising young artists and the discovery of local know-how, find the schedule for Friday 7th, Saturday 8th, Sunday 9th September


Friday 7th September
Atelier Meraki and the Arts Design Africa gallery wanted to recreate the Poto-Poto atmosphere with an exhibition, artistic performances and workshops.

Here is the schedule:
Musical line up of the day, by Deejay Nodjock

Live painting performance by artist Joe Okitawonya – 10am-12pm

Live making of a bomber jacket in Bogolan (traditional African fabric) by stylist & designer Goïta – All day

-Customisation of eco-friendly furniture by artist Waxland – 1-2pm

-Live Sculpting by artist Thérèse Ngalula – 1-5pm

-Customisation of clothing by artist Balyc Shako (Musical support from DJ Lord) – 4-5pm

-Live painting by artists Fred Ebami & Doline – 5-6pm

Discover exhibitions from: Mounou Désiré Koffi, Joe Okitawonya, Fred Ebami, Design By Do, Gabriel Dia



Saturday 9th September

Nafoore, founder of the Zeu P collective joins his community to offer a day full of music, dance and creativity:

-Africa Street photoshoot and styling by artist Black Kahlo – 10am-2pm

-Africa Street hairstyling workshop by Rhéma – 12-2pm

-Customisation of vintage clothing workshop by the Natoushop collective – 1:15-2:15pm

-Afro dance workshop by dancer Léandre Talba – 2:30-4pm

-Singing, dance and poetry performance by composer Dani Buma – 4:15-4:45pm


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Sunday 10th September
Favourites at Who’s Next!-Storytelling by Zola Massela – 11am-12pm

-Body painting and dance performance by Design By Do – 2-3:30pm

-Beatbox show – 4-4:30pm

Meet Scratchy, Le Svendro, MC Leu, Andro, Kaipy, Julieta, The Brain

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