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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

To close a joyous week of celebration, Migration Matters is joining festival favourites Barang! for Global Adventures in Bass.

Featuring very special guest Kampire. Among East Africa’s most exciting DJs and a core member of Kampala’s Nyege Nyege collective, Kampire’s vibrant bass-heavy sets have transported her to clubs & festivals across the world.

“A scene-leading DJ who can connect the dots between music the past, present and future of African club music.”
– Resident Advisor

Plus residents Nimble Jack, Kom Kom, Kwaitek and Moreece, playing soca, afro, gqom, house and techno.

Scroll down for live stream on 20 June or watch after the event.

Free – donations welcome.

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