Between May 17 and 30, the Argentine musician Facundo Salgado visited South Africa, presenting his project Rumbo Tumba, as part of a tour that included Eswatini and Zambia.
This was Rumbo Tumba's first tour of the African continent, opening the doors for future presentations and collaborations.
During his time in South Africa, Rumbo Tumba gave concerts at the Argentine restaurant Che Grill (Johannesburg), at the restaurant "And then there was fire", located in the Nirox sculpture park (Cradle of Humankind), at Railways Café (Centurion). and at the State Theater in Pretoria.
Likewise, Facundo Salgado gave a music technology and South American music workshop to two music schools that operate in the State Theater cultural complex.
After his visit to South Africa, the artist performed at the Bushfire festival, one of the largest musical events on the African continent.
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