Django a Go Go Guitar Festival Returns to Maplewood April 23-26


Stephane Wrembel solo by Jason Elon Goodman


From the Maplewood Department of Cultural Affairs:

Beginning April 23, an elite group of virtuoso guitarists from around the globe will descend upon Maplewood, NJ to participate in the 3rd Annual Django a Go Go Music Festival and Camp.

Consisting of workshops, informal jams and public performances, the Festival is hosted by the Township of Maplewood and Produced by award winning musician Stephane Wrembel. A proud Maplewood resident, Wrembel is considered one of the world’s preeminent guitarists specializing in the unique style of Gypsy Jazz legend Django Reinhardt (pronounced Jango).

Best known for his Grammy Award winning composition “Bistro Fada” from the Oscar Award-winning film “Midnight in Paris,” Wrembel has assembled an unparalleled group of musicians to conduct workshops, demonstrations and appear three unique concerts at the Woodland in Maplewood. Each performance will follow a different theme and mix of musicians. Wrembel will perform every night along with other special guests.


April 24, 2019, 8pm @ The Woodland

  • Stephane Wrembel Band: The Django Experiment
  • From the desert to Debussy, from India to France, music history through Django’s musical genius
  • Featuring: Stephane Wrembel, Thor Jensen, Nick Anderson, Ari Folman-Cohen, Nick Driscoll & Surprise guests

April 25, 2019, 8pm @ The Woodland