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Kaya Festival

Thursday 4th August 2016

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Kaya offers an assortment of African, Jamaican, European, Latin, Caribbean, European and World musical flavours along with a diverse range of workshops, arts, food stalls and festival activities. The festival has national and international artists along with some of the best local upcoming and established acts, in 2015 they had over 150 musical acts across 4 stages! Kaya is a family friendly festival providing lots of activities and workshops for kids and adults alike. They champion young people with their very own Kaya youth zone; featuring a stage which showcases young bands with our festival partner Youth Cymru.

Performers such as Brand New Heavies, Norman Jay, The Skints, Mykal Rose Voice of Black Uhuru, Hollie Cook, Tinchy Stryder, Craig Charles, Lee 'Scratch' Perry, Finley Quaye, Tony Allen, Afrika Baambata, Jerry Dammers, Pauline Black and The Selecter and many other top names from the world music scene have played at Kaya.

'Home to the World'

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Margam Country Park has flat paths so disabled access should be good. There are drop off points for campers / equipment and vehicle parking is nearby.

Disabled camping is available.

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