On the final night of the Sydney Fringe Festival, immerse yourself in an explosion of Caribbean culture as picó sound system collective El Gran Mono takes over the city’s most eclectic eat street, Kensington Street.
Dance the night away to tropical music pumping from the picó – a huge, hand-painted fluorescent style of speaker stack, often found in the neighbourhoods of coastal Colombian cities such as Barranquilla, Cartagena and Santa Marta. The first in the world to be built outside of Colombia!
Joining EL GRAN MONO for the night is MC Kaimán Jiménez, with picótero (DJs) Carlo Xavier, Sir Bolivar, La Foxy Fuzz and Tropicante, together with dance performances by Wendy Nedd Yepes, and the incredible Sabor Carnavalero dancers.
Do not miss this chance to experience a true taste of the Caribbean on the last night of the festival.