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EUNIC Music Festival set for Windhoek

EUNIC Music Festival set for Windhoek

The European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) Music Festival will take place at the Warehouse, on 5 April.

NSK will host the event for a second time. The door opens at 19:00 and tickets are available for N$100 at EventsToday, the PayToday app or any airtime vending machine in Namibia. Entrance at the door will cost N$150.

The festival will welcome on stage musicians from the European countries to Namibia and is set to encourage the exchange of knowledge for arts and culture development, through a series of workshops and master classes for local and international musicians.

Goethe-Institute Namibia Director, Daniel Stoevesandt, said this year they decided to focus on the Hip-Hop genre and invited musicians who have crafted the skill of language in their music.

Artists from Europe lined up for the event include: German lyricist, Serious Klein; Carlão from Portugal and Simia from France.

Representing the host nation, Namibia, at the festival will be Lioness, DJ KBoz, Kunundrum and KK.

Meanwhile as a way to develop arts on both continents, Stoevesandt said a skills exchange session for upcoming artists will take place in Windhoek on 3 and 4 April.


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