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A lit Summer festival coming to Rundu

066 Summer Music Festival coming to Rundu.

It’s December, so it’s time the fun starts which exactly what the 066 Summer festival is planning on delivering to Rundu along with food and live performances to keep the good times rolling which supporting SME.

According to the event’s social media pages, the countdown to the event has started so be sure to get your tickets to be part of the fun at Webtickets for N$ 40 to avoid buying N$ 50 at the gate. For the entertainment portion, the event will have live performance by some of the hottest artists such as Rundu’s very own Afro-pop trio Tight Kassie Brothers (TKB), Saxophone guru all the way from Nigeria, Kay Sax, Afro-house music group, who just recently dropped their album, Bad Neighbors, House Guru Gang and many others.

All this taking place on 21 December at the Rundu Sports Stadium from 10 am till late hours. Complete your look for the event by getting the 066 Summer Festival T-shirts now by contacting the organisation by the number provided, the T-shirts are being sold for N$ 200.

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