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Amorphic presents: The Sun Ra Arkestra + Bop Kaballa + more

Amorphic presents: The Sun Ra Arkestra + Bop Kaballa + more

Event Time Sat 12th Aug 2023 at 3:00pm-Sat 12th Aug 2023 at 11:00pm
Event Location Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool
Event Price £25 - £32.50 + Booking fee (see below)
Age Restrictions
Age restrictions: 18+

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£2.50 fee
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£30.00 +
£3.00 fee
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The Sun Ra Arkestra

Amorphic presents: The Sun Ra Arkestra + Bop Kaballa + more

Amorphic Music in association with Africa Oye + Melodic Distraction proudly present legendary avant garde jazz ensemble THE SUN RA ARKESTRA at Invisible Wind Factory on Saturday the 12th of August 2023.

We will welcome ticket holders into the Factory Garden from 3pm with live jazz, DJs and food all afternoon to get us ready for the main event starting at 7pm in our main hall.

FULL LINE UP

THE SUN RA ARKESTRA

BOP KABALLA (live)

SOULFULTIZ (DJ / Africa Oye)

NINA KEH (DJ / Resonance FM)

RANGA (DJ / Melodic Distraction)

NICK BRANTON & JOHNNY HUNTER DUO (live)

The Arkestra have been active since the late 1950s, when band leader and founder, Sun Ra formed the group in Chicago with the sole purpose of “preaching peace through music”. They have pioneered their unique brand of Afrofuturism, blending African-American struggle with Ancient Egyptian Mythology, religious influence of Judaism, Islam (specifically the Nation Of Islam movement in 1960s America) and Christianity and have toured the world releasing over 150 full length albums for over 60 years. Sun Ra’s take on jazz has always been one of evolution, experimentation and ritual, being early adopters of synthesizers and combining new sounds with a plethora of influences including rag time, big band, music hall, jazz and swing. Over the years their explosive live shows have included an enormous range of musicians and instrumentation, immersive art performance and ceremony.

Now under the direction of 98 year old Marshall Allen who took over the band’s leadership when Sun Ra himself died in 1993, have continued to produce an other worldly blend of joyful, experimental, space age jazz.

Venue

Invisible Wind Factory
3 Regent Rd, Liverpool L3 7DS, UK