Festival to Convert Late Bi Kidude’s Home to Museum

Sauti Za Busara Festival have announced that they will honour the memory of former legendary Zanzibari singer Bi Kidude by renovating her house to become the Bi Kidude Museum. 

The museum will have photos, film clips, music recordings, instruments, information, clothes and other artefacts. 

A proportion of revenues collected through ticket admissions from this year’s festival, together with royalties from sales and broadcasts of her recordings will go to the Bi Kidude Memorial Fund, assisting local women and girls in the field of music.

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