Anba Pie: An exquisite cultural broth

L’Atelier des Artisans, a “hidden nook” within l’Aventure du Sucre, will undoubtedly enchant arts and culture lovers with its first edition of “Anba Pie” on Thursday 11th February 2021. Discover an atypical artistic experience designed to lead you on a fantastic voyage! 

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Skilled performers await you

Initiated by Kabann Records, founder of “Eleven”, and Wheel & Barrow, this event aims to bring into focus the savoir-faire of Mauritian artists.

“Arts, creativity and culture are key factors in the development of Beau Plan’s Smart City; hence Novaterra’s ambition to dedicate a whole creative park to promoting these activities. We are confident that these are essential ingredients in boosting our economy, which has been significantly weakened by the pandemic crisis. For this reason, we are delighted to partner with actors from this sector, such as Kabann Records and Wheel&Barrow, to implement this range of cultural events. Such events will provide Mauritians with quality entertainment and will enable local craftsmen and artists to showcase their art, whilst invigorating the region,” states Emeric Vigier de Latour, Communications Manager at Novaterra.

Fine music, gourmet escapades and artistry displays…

Quite a successful trio for a fantastic evening! At the heart of a lush and creative setting, surrounded by magnificent trees, l’Aventure du Sucre brings you “Anba Pie”…

Enjoy a happy hour from 5.30 pm to 7 pm, followed by a concert by the Philippe Thomas Jazz Band until 7.45 pm. An electro jazz session with Woreka & Ayef follows from 7:45 pm to 8:30 pm, Annega and Emanuel Desroches are scheduled to perform a private concert from 8:45 pm to 11 pm. Later, DJs Arthur Bgs and Akash will rock the decks until 2 am. Gourmets and food lovers will certainly be satisfied with an exclusive open-air dinner at Le Fangourin restaurant, devised by Wheel and Barrow (for up to 50 people), but will also be treated with a pasta bar and poke bowls.

For more information, call 52567220.