Daily PANAMANIA Tip Sheet: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Calle 13, and Aline Morales & Baque de Bamba
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Daily PANAMANIA Tip Sheet: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Calle 13, and Aline Morales & Baque de Bamba

You know what’s world-class? PANAMANIA’s music festival programming. Here’s our guide to the must-see free music shows of the day, every day, during the fest.


– Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
Panamania Live @ Nathan Phillips Square (100 Queen Street West)
Friday, July 24 at 9:45 p.m.


29-year-old New Orleans bandleader Troy Andrews (or, if you must, Mr. Trombone Shorty himself) led his first band at the ripe old age of six and has since performed at NFL playoff games and the White House, among others. You won’t want to miss this New Orleans jazz legend in the making.


Calle 13
Panamania Live @ Nathan Phillips Square (100 Queen Street West)
Saturday, July 25 at 9:30 p.m.


Calle 13 started out over a decade ago as something of a satirical reggaeton duo, but quickly established themselves as musically sophisticated, trenchant lyricists of a more conscious (but not in the boring way) strain. The Puerto Rican stepbrothers have won 21 Latin Grammy Awards, holding the record for the most Latin Grammy Awards won, and three Grammy Awards. Show up early; this crowd will fill up fast.


Aline Morales & Baque de Bamba
Panamania Live @ Nathan Phillips Square (100 Queen Street West)
Sunday, July 26 at 2:00 p.m.


Juno-nominated Brazilian-born singer, percussionist, and composer Aline Morales is a well-respected bandleader and versatile talent whose voice will put a li’l dust in your eye, and whose rhythms will make you wish your feet were just a little bit faster.

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