The organisers say the 7th Wonder of the World and national heritage park is the perfect backdrop to ring in a uniquely African New Year. Now in its third year, Jameson Irish Whiskey continues as title sponsor bringing the African phenomenon to fingertips of the adventure and music community for another memorable experience.
Headlining the event are SA’s electronic duo Goldfish Live. They’re joined by the fresh new face of pop music all the way from Cape Town, Beatenberg, along with Zimbabwe’s own legend, Oliver ‘’Tuku’’ Mtukudzi and the infamous Hararian reggae-dancehall champion Winky D.
Lauded by CNN as one of the top seven African music festivals to attend, the Jameson Vic Falls Carnival prides itself on being truly African, from its location to its line-up, which this year will see even more talent from Southern Africa hit the stage and captivate the worldly travellers.
Tickets cost $100 or R1,100. A limited number of Early Bird tickets are available for $90 or R990. See www.vicfallscarnival.comPost published in: Entertainment