This atypical room located in the Parisian capital will offer Latin music for a month
Originally, Cabaret Sauvage was a Magic Mirror installed for only a few weeks in 1994.
A quarter of a century is the occasion for Cabaret Sauvage will celebrate its anniversary month with a Latin music festival. From July 1st to August 6th enjoy a colorful summer at Parc de la Villette – 59 boulevards Macdonald 75019 Paris, France.
This mythical place was created by Méziane Azaïche in December 1997. This first urban cultural park located in the heart of Parc de la Villette is surrounded by nature, has a terrace overlooking the Canal de l’Ourcq, has a circular dance floor, tables, benches, lights, and beveled mirrors. In the summer of 2019, they modernized this place with a new tent making it the first soundproof Magic Mirror in the world.
At Cabaret Sauvage you can eat, drink, dance, meet your neighbor from the next table, or even lounge on the terrace. Through its diversified program, you will be surprised by the quality of circus shows, dances, and night concerts with artists from all over the world.
During this anniversary month, Cabaret Sauvage https://www.cabaretsauvage.com/agenda welcomes attendees in a spirit of unity and acceptance with mixes of rhythmic genres for their knowledge and enjoyment, starting with Yuri Buenaventura on Saturday, July 9th. Doors open at 7:30 PM and the price is €35.
Yuri’s Salsa is marked by the lyricism of Europe and the drums of Africa. During his childhood, he listened to Gregorian chants, French songs, and classical music (melodies admired by his father) just as he enjoyed moving to the rhythm of percussion, marimba, and songs from the African continent that still sounds on the Buenaventura’s beaches (Colombia), his native island.
Máximo Francisco Repilado Muñoz “Compay Segundo” was the leader of the Compay Segundo y Sus Muchachos band.
The Latin music festival continues with Grupo Compay Segundo – Buena Vista Social Club on Friday, July 15th, and tickets are €25.99 (pre-sale price). Doors open from 8 PM on this day.
This group revives Cuban music before the revolution and expresses its distinguished stamp with a warm and unique sound.
This ecliptic music venue will bring Los Van Van in August, specifically on Friday, August 5th, and the doors open at 7:30 PM, and the ticket price is €35. On this occasion, César “Pupy” Pedroso will join this orchestra.
Los Van Van or better known by many in Latin America as “the Rolling Stones of Salsa” are a band created by Juan Formell in 1969 and has been a school for many current Salsa artists.
Cabaret Sauvage’s anniversary month ends with Chico Trujillo + Sidi Wacho on Saturday, August 6th. Doors open at 7:30 PM and the price of admission is €27.
Chico Trujillo began his musical career in Valparaíso (Colombia) in 1999. His project combines traditional Colombian Cumbia with Punk and has become today the standard-bearer of this new wave of traditional Colombian music accepted by many fans and exported for a long time to the European and American stages.
Likewise, the Sidi Wacho group is nomads born on the island of Valparaíso (Colombia), Roubaix (France), Lima (Peru), and Barbès (France). Their band is made up of two MCs (Rap vocalists), a trumpeter, an accordionist, and a percussionist who mix sounds and dialects accompanied by their war cry “La Lucha Sigue” (the fight continues) in an environment of Cumbia, Balkans, and Hip Hop.