Fusion is an alternative Festival for World-, Electronic-, Reggae- and Hip-Hop music in the east of Germany on the grounds of an old military airport, the biggest non-comercial Festival in Germany with around 55.000 visitors each year!
We are very happy to come and play there (twice!) and will announce more infos (exact showtimes & dates) when we get to know them.
Fusion Festival // Laerz, Germany
live @ muziek op de rotte
22nd of June, 2013
Buyakano plays a set on the event “Muziek op de Rotte” in Rotterdam.
The stage is floating on the water, and of course we all expect a beautiful summer evening! The show takes place in the vicinity of Noordplein, in the north of Rotterdam. Come there and celebrate with us, it is our last show in the Netherlands before our summer-tour!
More Infos & Flyer will be updated as soon as we have them…
Muziek op de Rotte // Noordplein, Rotterdam
live @ massive blockparty // bird, rotterdam
30th of April, 2013
We are playing a double concert with the Afrobeat Funk Band Atanga Boom on Queensday, April 30th, in club BIRD in Rotterdam. Quite early in the day, let’s release some mayhem!
Entrance is for free, so what are you waiting for?!
Queensday Massive Blockparty // BIRD, Rotterdam
Buyakano with Jahviva Booking
1st of April, 2013
We have started to work with Jahviva Booking, an agency specialized in mostly world music, located in the south of Germany. They have a great crew and a very practical, down-to-earth, comforting way to handle things.
We are looking forward playing for them and are very curious where this will lead us to in the future! Check out our page on their website at www.jahviva.com!
Buyakano on the air in national spanish radio
19th of March, 2013
It is our pleasure to have been played during “Sonideros” on RNE3, the 3rd national spanish radio station!
This is the audio of their program, we are featured with Sascha Fabulous starting at 42:20. In case you missed it (…) you can now find it here as well as on their website.
Sonideros: Kiko Helguera & Rodolfo Poveda – La distancia – 17/03/13
So who now explains to me why Buyakano is being played on national spanish radio, in a country where the band has never been before, opposed to sooo many shows in the Netherlands or Germany with no airtime to show for it? Not that we are complaining, quite the opposite, just wondering.
Current european financial politics by the german government finally show an effect: According to this broadcast, there are no germans in the band…