Latin in the Park and Mama Africa: celebrate summer with dance and music on 5 and 6 July!

Latin in the Park and Mama Africa: celebrate summer with dance and music on 5 and 6 July!

Start your summer with worldly music at South Park Theatre. We will transform the stage into a big dance floor for two nights of dancing under the stars. On Friday 5 July, you can join us on a musical journey to Venezuela! Prepare for an evening of Latin live music and dance. This year, we celebrate not only Venezuela's bank holidays, but also the 60th birthday of bandleader and percussionist Gerardo Rosales. Mama Africa in the Park is also coming back! After a sold-out edition last year, another unforgettable party awaits us on Saturday 6 July. Dance to the best Afro Beats, Azonto, Kuduro, Coupé Décalé, Ndombolo and many more African vibes under the stars! Ticket sales for both events have started.

Latin in the Park celebrates Venezuelan bank holidays

For the 3e year in a row there is Latin in the Park ism Latin The Hague. This time the supporting act will be Gabo Notario, a young Venezuelan artist (1997) who brings a modern twist to traditional music. The main programme again consists of Gerardo Rosales, who will celebrate his 60th birthday exactly at midnight.e birthday together with the audience. This time, Gerardo will perform together with the Venezuelan Masters Orchestra and the legendary Orlando Watussi. Enjoy their swinging sounds and dance the night away on the big dance floor. Presale: €20,- via

African beats and culture market at Mama Africa

Also this year, Deep Origin at Mama Africa in collaboration with LITT Events is hosting two DJ areas with an exciting mix of festive and danceable African musics, Amapiano and Afrobeats. This year, the event will be expanded to include an African cultural market. Discover eateries and enjoy various cultural activities. For a musical impression, listen in advance to the Mama Africa Playlist. Advance sale: €18 via

Practical information:

  • Location: Zuiderparktheater, The Hague
  • Dates: Friday 5 July (Latin in the Park) 18:30 - 00:30 and Saturday 6 July from 16:00 - 23:00 (Mama Africa in the Park)