Nomadic Night



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Location: Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, view access map
Prices and conditions

About the event

Conception and vocals: Boï (Dourane Fall)
Piano: Joseph Schiano di Lombo
Guitar: Trustfall
Drums: Tsipora Fleischer
Percussion: Cam Sadki
Set design: Hugo Laporte
Costumes: Laurent Ben Henni
Visual arts: Virrrages Studio

The young Boï, singer, model and certified night owl—known as Boy Fall in the sizzling afro beat trio Nyokô Bokbaë—has created Before for the Nomadic Nights. This intimate concert combines R & B remakes and new tracks.

An undisputed icon with an infectious smile and magnetic gaze, Boï certainly makes her presence felt.

Born into the new generation who openly and uninhibitedly question heritage, identity and gender—she is behind the“identifié·e·s” festival with her collective Chkoun is it? and their sister collective Filles de Blédards)—Boï navigates between fashion and music, using both as a means of expression, and combining influences, styles and languages (English, French and Wolof).

In addition to her critically acclaimed band Nyokô Bokbaë (which “invents the sound of the future” according to French magazine Les Inrockuptibles in 2020), she has also worked on a large number of musical collaborations (Lafawndah, Lala & Ce) and launched her solo career with the release of a first EP expected by the end of the year.

Invited by the Nomadic Nights, Boï has created a tailor-made performance combining all of the backgrounds from which she draws inspiration. With Before, she invites the public into the privacy of her teenage bedroom, as she gets ready for a night out to the beat of a retro musical soundtrack. Accompanied by a handful of musician friends, she covers a selection of R & B and French hits, dear to her heart and performs, for the first time, a number of her own very personal songs about love and relationships. Akin to a musical diary, this event promises to be a night to remember!

Practical information


Regular admission
12€ (13€ on site)
Reduced admission

Conditions of reduced admission.

Students (except for Tuesday from 6pm)
Job seekers
Over 65 years old
Teachers (Pass Education)
Pass Paris Visite
Members of partners institutions

8€ (9€ on site)

Additional information

Estimated duration of a show: 45 min.
Doors open 30 min before each representation.
Seated concert, subject to availability and in compliance with current health measures.
The Nomadic Nights begin at the time indicated: latecomers will only be allowed entry if this does not disturb the show.
This event will be filmed by the team of the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain to be broadcast on its websites and social media. The public is likely to appear in these images.
The exhibition Graciela Iturbide, Heliotropo 37 will not be accessible during the Nomadic Night.
Find our health charter and the security measures to be observed by clicking here.