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Amani Family

After the four successful past editions, a "cultural family" has emerged around the Festival Amani. We want this to become more official and create a group called « Amani Family ». 

This family aims to preserve the links of friendship, to share our adventures, to support the values of the festival, its name and strengthen its networks.

The Amani Family includes:

  • performers having taken part in at least one of the editions of the festival;
  • people or organisations who would like to provide financial or communication support to Amani Festival projects;
  • volunteers who have helped with at least of the editions;

Everyone can choose to what extent they commit to the Amani Familly. 

Bolivar N’vulu, musician from Congo, living in the Netherlands.

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« I owe my musical success to the chance I had with Festival Amani. I'm not exaggerating when I say that the festival opened many doors, such as other festivals, worldwide. The music we played enabled us to get other concerts. At the moment, we have many festivals lined up for 2018. We'll be playing in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France, Portugal, Spain, Italy and other African countries such as Kenya and Rwanda. »

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