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Africa Oyé Festival: Headliners Confirmed For This Coming Weekend's Celebrations At Sefton Park

Updated: Jun 19, 2023

The Headliners Have Been Confirmed For The Africa Oyé Festival This Coming Weekend At Sefton Park: Afrobeat Superstar, Seun Kuti, Pioneering Dancehall Singer, Tanya Stephens, & Social Media Star, ZieZie

The Headliners have been confirmed for the Africa Oyé Festival this coming weekend at Sefton Park (Credit: Supplied By Publicist).
The Headliners have been confirmed for the Africa Oyé Festival this coming weekend at Sefton Park (Credit: Supplied By Publicist).

Africa Oyé continues to wow its annual audience and excite music lovers across Liverpool City Region.


A legendary line-up has been confirmed for a beloved Liverpool Festival taking place on the 17th and 18th of June 2023.

The Headliners have been confirmed for the Africa Oyé Festival this coming weekend at Sefton Park — Afrobeat superstar, Seun Kuti, pioneering dancehall singer, Tanya Stephens, and Social Media Star, ZieZie (Credit: Supplied By Publicist).
The Headliners have been confirmed for the Africa Oyé Festival this coming weekend at Sefton Park — Afrobeat superstar, Seun Kuti, pioneering dancehall singer, Tanya Stephens, and Social Media Star, ZieZie (Credit: Supplied By Publicist).

With preparations going ahead for the mid-June Festival, you can look forward to incredible Summertime vibes at Sefton Park, complete with unforgettable live performances and DJ sets.


On the 17th and 18th of June, thousands will celebrate the music and culture of Africa and the Diaspora with two free days of fantastic music, workshops, DJs, dance, food stalls and a range of traders in the Oyé Village.


Headliners for the Africa Oyé Festival include Afrobeat superstar, Seun Kuti, pioneering dancehall singer, Tanya Stephens and ZieZie, whose addition will delight his 100,000+ TikTok followers. Spinning the best in African, Caribbean and Afrocentric sounds, are two dedicated DJ stages, Trenchtown and Freetown!

'We're really pleased with the line-up for this year's festival and how it reflects our ongoing mission to showcase the music of Africa and the wider Diaspora.' - Paul Duhaney, Artistic Director of Africa Oyé.

Paul Duhaney, the Artistic Director of Africa Oyé, said: 'We're really pleased with the line-up for this year's festival and how it reflects our ongoing mission to showcase the music of Africa and the wider Diaspora. Artists from Liverpool to Accra and London to Havana will take over Sefton Park this Summer for a truly international celebration.'

The Headliners have been confirmed for the Africa Oyé Festival this coming weekend at Sefton Park (Credit: Supplied By Publicist).
The Headliners have been confirmed for the Africa Oyé Festival this coming weekend at Sefton Park (Credit: Supplied By Publicist).

The Africa Oyé Festival has had its Headliners confirmed for the 2023 Festival this coming weekend 17th and 18th of June — at Sefton Park, including Tanya Stephens, who will be Headlining alongside Seun Kuti and ZieZie.


Keep up with all the latest up-to-date announcements for the Festival via the Africa Oyé Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok pages!

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You can also visit the website for the UK's largest free celebration of African music and culture by visiting the Africa Oyé website.

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