Afro-Cuban French twins Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Díaz, known to the world as Ibeyi, have returned to a world in need of spiritual healing, harmony and magic. They are on their Spell 31 tour, remobilizing the power of their destiny, in support of this gorgeous new work. “Ibeyi’s Spell 31 is their boldest offering yet, an antidote to apathy in a divided world,” explains activist and co-founder of the international Black Lives Matter movement Janaya Future Khan in an essay commissioned after Ibeyi met Khan late last year. “Spell 31 casts with conviction, transmuting nihilism into sangoma, binaries into endless dualites, moral austerity into abundance. A subversive and halcyonic manifesto from queens of a sovereign land, Ibeyi occupies the liminal, the space between life and death, past and present, right and wrong, and calls for the interior revelations that create the systemic revolutions we long for.” Tickets from the October 2022 date will be honored at this date. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.Buy Tickets
Sun, April 2
This is an all ages event.
Where do we park?
The municipal parking lot at 73rd Street and Collins Avenue is across the street from the Bandshell, and it is free (!) after 6pm. When it is full, look for street parking.
What if it rains?
The venue is an open air facility, covered by our new canopy. Shows are scheduled rain or shine.
Can we bring a picnic?
No outside food or drink inside the Bandshell, please. We have a fully-stocked bar, and we usually feature wonderful food vendors inside the venue. We also have a water refill station.
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