By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Once again celebrating the best of African and Afro-Brazilian culture and heritage, the Back2Black festival returns to Rio this weekend. During the three days of music (November 15-17th), the event will fill its new home of Barra da Tijuca's Cidade das Artes, spreading into the venue's outdoor space with more than thirty live music performances, exhibitions, debates and film screenings.
This year's musical lineup again features legendary national and international artists including American singer-songwriter Bobby Womack, the Nigerian Femi Kuti, son of musician and . . .