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Angélique Kidjo '40th Anniversary' - Live Concert Stream

A journey through 40 years of music at the Royal Albert Hall - as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival. Available now in cinematic quality

Five-time Grammy winner Angélique Kidjo, named by TIME magazine as "Africa’s premier diva", graced the Royal Albert Hall on 17 November 2023 to spectacularly kick off her highly anticipated 2023 - 2024 world tour. The high-energy performance was a celebration of Kidjo’s unbelievable 40-year career. It featured special guests, including Lebanese trumpeter Ibrahim Maalouf, Senegalese superstar Youssou N’Dour, Afropop pioneer Stonebwoy, and the UK’s very own  Laura Mvula.  

The performance, available to stream now in cinematic quality, was accompanied by the Chineke! Orchestra and conducted by Chris Cameron, for an extravaganza of astounding vocals, unmatched musicality and electric performances. Kidjo promises a night to remember – she is known worldwide for merging the West African traditions of her childhood with American R&B, funk and jazz, alongside influences from Europe and Latin America. 

Available in 4K UHD with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos sound. The show can be streamed on demand with unlimited replays through the On Air website, mobile and TV apps until 12 December 2025.

The show is available to watch in cinematic quality now – fans worldwide can experience the magic of one of London’s most iconic venues right at home.  

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Review of the show

Financial Times

“All five tiers of the hall were on their feet, hips swinging, arms in the air in an unequivocally joyous celebration, not just of Kidjo’s career, but of shared humanity.”

5 star review

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Who is Angélique Kidjo?

Angelique Kidjo is a Grammy-winning Beninese singer, activist, and cultural icon known for her diverse music, powerful voice, and global advocacy. She has collaborated with many artists including Burna Boy, Sting, John Legend, Peter Gabriel and Bono. In 2023, Kidjo was awarded the prestigious Polar Music Prize, an international award which celebrates the power and importance of music.

What albums has Angélique Kidjo released?

Kidjo has released 16 albums across 40 years; 'Parakou' (1989), 'Logozo' (1991), 'Ayé' (1994), 'Fifa' (1996), 'Oremi' (1998), 'Black Ivory Soul' (2002), 'Oyaya!' (2004), 'Djin Djin' (2007), 'Õÿö' (2010), 'Spirit Rising (Live)' (2012), 'Eve' (2014), 'Sings' (2015), 'Remain in Light' (2018), 'Celia' (2019), 'Mother Nature' (2021) and 'Queen of Sheba (with Ibrahim Maalouf)' (2022).  

What is EFG London Jazz Festival?

The London Jazz Festival (sponsored by EFG Private Bank Limited since 2013) is an annual music festival that has taken place since 1992. In 2023, it takes place 10-19 November and is the largest jazz festival in the world, with over 400 performances at 80 venues across the city.  


What is Dolby Atmos?

Dolby Atmos is an advanced audio technology developed by Dolby Laboratories that revolutionises the audio experience by introducing object-based audio.

Your front row seat awaits...

Don't miss Angélique Kidjo’s 40-year anniversary live concert stream. Join Ibrahim Maalouf, Youssou N’Dour, Stonebwoy, and Laura Mvula for a night at the Royal Albert Hall and start streaming now.

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