Sudanese Peace Music Festival, 13th of July - Offenbach, Germany

The Sudanese Peace Music Festival in Offenbach was our inaugural free community event which took place on 13 July at Hafen 2, a cultural center and events space - so as to collectively rally our voices in promotion of peace, freedom and justice. The event provided a curated and eclectic mix of live Sudanese music and modern art; and featured the talents of fifteen gifted musicians, and ten distinguished visual artists:

Musical lineup: Abazar Hamid, Abbass Anoor, Ahmed Asery*, Al Zain Al Mubarak, Ibrahim Abdel Halim, Mhdia, Moaz Osman, Moody, Nala, Sadig S. Gibril, Saef-El Deen, Salute yal Banoot, Shurooq Abu el-Nas, Tamador Sheikh El Din , and Tarig Abu Shanab.

Works of art by: Alaa Satir, Al Migdad Al Dikhiri , Enas Satir, Galal Yousif , Hassan Musa, Islam Zian-Alabdeen, Khalid Albaih, Mohamed Moawi Dardiri , Yassir Abuelharam, and Zaki Al Maboren.

The festival also featured powerful musical performances by Adam Barnes, Einsneunzig, Jonas Noack, and Mudwell – four accomplished European artists who share our commitment to peace, democracy, and the healing power of intercultural dialogue.

The day culminated with a live art performance by the visionary Hassan Musa in a work entitled “Blood is Thicker Than Water” as a tribute to the who sacrificed their lives to realize the dream of a new nation, and to the Sudanese women who were savagely raped for expressing their right of self-determination.

* Ahmed is a talented Yemeni singer-songwriter who sings Sudanese classics and revolutionary tunes 

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We are currently fundraising for our second event “Season of Migration” which will take place in Khartoum on 21-23 November. This is a FREE event to ensure that anyone with an interest can attend. It will be funded primarily via your generous donations so we greatly appreciate your love and backing! Our collective vision for a diverse, safe, and vibrant Sudan starts with you, and can only be realized with your generous support!


Due thanks to our allies

Videography by Alex & Alex

Photography by To-Kuehne

Poster design by Hana Saleh

YouTube by Muaz Osman