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Music Festival shines light on local talent

Music Festival shines light on local talent

The annual Windhoek Draught Live Music Festival will take place on 25 November at the Hage Geingob Stadium, with the RnB sensation R. Kelly as the main international artist performing. The event also provides a once in a lifetime experience for Namibian artists to share the stage with the icon.
“This annual event not only brings international artist to their Namibian fans, but equally creates a platform for our very talented Namibian musicians to showcase and expose their talent by joining international icons like R. Kelly on stage. We are excited to announce the local line-up which includes PDK, Oteya, Tswazi, and Gazza,” said Roux-che Locke, Manager: Corporate Communications, O&L Group.
Locke added that at the end of the day their ultimate goal through the Windhoek Draught Live Music Festival is to create memorable experiences, not only for their customers, but also for local stars and the larger community of music lovers and supporters.
PDK which is made up of Partick, Dion and Kamtonyo said they are excited because this experience will be a great addition to they resume and it will be a night to remember. “We are working very hard in preparation for this opportunity, because we aim to make a lasting impact,” they added.
Gates will be opened at 16:00 and tickets are available via the Standard Bank App, Blue Wallet or at selected Standard Bank branches in Windhoek. Tickets are also on sale at 45 MobiPay Kiosks nationwide or log onto the Facebook pages of Windhoek Beer or Standard Bank to purchase tickets online.
Golden Circle Pre-Sales Tickets are N$800 via Blue Wallet and N$1 000 in Branches, MobiPay Kiosks and Facebook pages or at the gate. General Pre-Sales Tickets are N$500 via Blue Wallet and N$600 in Branches, MobiPay Kiosks, Facebook pages and at the gate.

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