Stream: Mother Nature

Angélique Kidjo, Yemi Alade, Zeynab Abib, Blue Lab Beats, Ghetto Boy, Jeangu Macrooy

Music that connects people from all over the world to each other and with the earth

This is a recording of the concert on 4 June. It is not necessary to be ready for these streams the moment the performance is made available.
Please note: the stream is only available on the day your ticket is valid.

Angélique Kidjo is aiming to achieve something with her new, Grammy Award winning album Mother Nature: 'I want this record to inspire people to think about their connection to mother nature, and how dear this Earth is to us'.

Angélique Kidjo builds bridges and has a great stage presence. She feels at home in all kinds of different cultures and musical styles, which in her eyes are all interconnected, or at any rate capable of being connected. Everywhere she goes she connects with the people and their music. She effortlessly fuses West African traditions with North American influences like R&B, funk and jazz.

Music that connects people from all over the world to each other and with the earth

This is a recording of the concert on 4 June. It is not necessary to be ready for these streams the moment the performance is made available.
Please note: the stream is only available on the day your ticket is valid.

Angélique Kidjo is aiming to achieve something with her new, Grammy Award winning album Mother Nature: 'I want this record to inspire people to think about their connection to mother nature, and how dear this Earth is to us'.

Angélique Kidjo builds bridges and has a great stage presence. She feels at home in all kinds of different cultures and musical styles, which in her eyes are all interconnected, or at any rate capable of being connected. Everywhere she goes she connects with the people and their music. She effortlessly fuses West African traditions with North American influences like R&B, funk and jazz.

Kidjo, who is also a UNICEF ambassador and card-carrying world citizen, addresses major themes with Mother Nature. She sings not just about the impending climate crisis but also about other important social themes like racial inequality. She increasingly aims to impact younger generations.

For this album, she worked with a range of young African artists. A number of them, Zeynab Abib, Yemi Alade and Blue Lab Beats, will join her on stage at the Holland Festival, where the Surinamese-Dutch Jeangu Macrooy will join the music party as well.

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dates

Stream available from 22 June 20:00 until 25 June 20:00 on the day your ticket is valid.

Prices

  • default € 13,50

language & duration

  • 1 hour 50 minutes

  • Angélique Kidjo - Mother Nature

  • Angélique Kidjo - Mother Nature

  • Jeangu Macrooy

  • Blue Lab Beats