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Attention Paris: Don't Miss a Special Edition of 'An OkayAfrica Party'

Join us at Wanderlust for a night featuring music from Just Dizle, Tysha Cee, DJ Tunez and more.

We're excited to announce a special edition of An OkayAfrica Party taking place this Saturday on October 25th in Paris. It's all going down at Wanderlust, situated in the Cité de la Mode et du Design—a building located at the site of the old general storehouses on the quai d'Austerlitz in Paris. Artists such as DJ Stresh, Joey Starr and the Dancehall Queen have all previously performed at the venue.


Just as our last An OkayAfrica Party at Lot 45 was an absolute vibe, our Parisian installment promises to be equally exciting night of culture and beautiful music. Joining us will be Just Dizle, Tysha Cee, DJ Tunez and a very special guest.

We're hoping to see you there! You won't want to miss it.

OkayAfrica presents An OkayAfrica Party

Where: Wanderlust

When: Saturday, October 26th from 11pm - 6am

Music by: Just Dizle, Tysha Cee, DJ Tunez

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