Jameson Vic Falls Carnival

Jameson Irish Whiskey is proud to be the headline sponsor of the Jameson Vic Falls Carnival 2013. The once-in-a-lifetime New Year’s Eve spectacular, held at the majestic Victoria Falls, returns for its second year: bigger, louder and much more fun. Jameson maintains that there is no right or wrong way to enjoy your favourite Irish whiskey, but seeing in 2014 at a three-day music and adventure festival, at one of the Seven Wonders of the World - has got to be one of the right ways.

The Carnival be the perfect balance of musical and performance talent, spectacular natural scenery and adventure activities. A sensational line-up of musicians and artists hailing from Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa, Botswana, Mozambique, and Namibia has been confirmed.

Jameson raises a glass of its own finest Irish Whiskey to welcome onto the Jameson Vic Falls Carnival stage our incredible line-up for 2013:

? Just Jinger

? Flash Republic

? Jeremy Loops

? Mokoomba

? December Streets


? Shortstraw

? DJ Chris Taylor

? Ryan Dent

? Craig Massiv

? Raydizz

? Liver

? Chikwata 263

? Rax

? DJ Cmbaville

? Judgement Yard

? DJ Francis

? Jason le Roux

? DJ Ace da Bass

In addition to the fantastic musical centerpiece, Jameson invites this year’s visitors to savour a packed programme of activities. This includes the Steam Train Party Express – an original party voyage with a world-class DJ on board that will transport party-lovers to a secret bush location for a 5 hour set.

Eco-friendly initiatives such as an eco-village, tree planting and recycling community projects, and a huge choice of adrenaline activities such as bungee jumping, elephant safari and white water rafting. Jameson has pulled out all the stops to create a non-stop carnival playground for a truly unique New Year’s experience with acrobatics, contortionists, burlesque dancers, fire performers and illusionists.

Tickets sales are open for the Jameson Vic Falls Carnival and range from single-day entry to VIP two-day passes. Early Bird 2-day Passes cost $40 (R400). All tickets available through www.webtickets.co.za.

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