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This is the inaugural year for the Avila Beach Country Music Festival, “The Backwoods Beach Party”, this first year featuring Central Coast favorite GARY ALLAN with JON PARDI On October, 4th

This is the inaugural year for the Avila Beach Country Music Festival, “The Backwoods Beach Party”, this first year featuring Central Coast favorite GARY ALLAN with JON PARDI On October, 4th

Country Music Festival (Central Coast) - 8th to 10th of March 2013 http://countrymusicheadliner.com/fb

Country Music Festival (Central Coast) - 8th to 10th of March 2013 http://countrymusicheadliner.com/fb

Colombian women dance Cumbia during the Carnival in Barranquilla, Colombia, 27 February 2006. The Carnival of Barranquilla is a unique festivity which takes place every year during February or March on the Caribbean coast of Colombia. A colourful mixture of the ancient African tribal dances and the Spanish music influence - cumbia, porro, mapale, puya, congo among others - hit for five days nearly all central streets of Barranquilla. Those traditions kept for centuries by Black African…

Colombian women dance Cumbia during the Carnival in Barranquilla, Colombia, 27 February 2006. The Carnival of Barranquilla is a unique festivity which takes place every year during February or March on the Caribbean coast of Colombia. A colourful mixture of the ancient African tribal dances and the Spanish music influence - cumbia, porro, mapale, puya, congo among others - hit for five days nearly all central streets of Barranquilla. Those traditions kept for centuries by Black African…

Among the important states developing during the slave trade era was the empire of Asante among the Akan people. Centered on Kumasi, Asante was between the coast and the inland Hausa and Mande trading regions. Under the Oyoko clan, the Asante gained access to firearms after 1650 and began centralizing and expanding.

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Among the important states developing during the slave trade era was the empire of Asante among the Akan people. Centered on Kumasi, Asante was between the coast and the inland Hausa and Mande trading regions. Under the Oyoko clan, the Asante gained access to firearms after 1650 and began centralizing and expanding.

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