Xênia França

TD Mainstage Bandshell

Xênia França is a talented singer-songwriter from Bahia, Brazil who navigates between jazz, electronica and pop with a bossa nova flair. Her sound is soft and sensual, shrouded in mystique and otherworldly energy. At the centre of an art scene concerned with reviving and disseminating African-Brazilian culture, this ‘force of nature’ has emerged as the voice of female empowerment.

Francisco El Hombre

London Breweries Stage

A benchmark for young activistas, the group uses its performances to condemn economic, political and sexual oppression, and to fight for a more unified society. Inspired by a potent cocktail of traditional Brazilian and Afro-Latin music mixed with psychedelic rock and electro-punk, their infectious rhythms and gypsy wanderlust embody a global perspective they describe as "noisy transamerican transculturalism.”

Xênia França

Jazz Village North Stage

Xênia França is a talented singer-songwriter from Bahia, Brazil who navigates between jazz, electronica and pop with a bossa nova flair. Her sound is soft and sensual, shrouded in mystique and otherworldly energy. At the centre of an art scene concerned with reviving and disseminating African-Brazilian culture, this ‘force of nature’ has emerged as the voice of female empowerment.

Francisco El Hombre

TD Mainstage Bandshell

A benchmark for young activistas, the group uses its performances to condemn economic, political and sexual oppression, and to fight for a more unified society. Inspired by a potent cocktail of traditional Brazilian and Afro-Latin music mixed with psychedelic rock and electro-punk, their infectious rhythms and gypsy wanderlust embody a global perspective they describe as "noisy transamerican transculturalism.”