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Artists take center stage at Copper festival

Artist will be performing live at the annual Copper Festival in Tsumeb.

With October coming to an end a few festivals will be opening their gates with a bang. This includes the annual Copper Festival, hosted in the town known for its copper smelting company which is the main sponsor to the event, Dundee Precious Metals, will be holding its 17th annual Copper Festival this 30 October under the theme ‘Copper brings Namibia together’.

The three-day festival provides a platform for businesses and SME’s an opportunity to showcase their products and services to the masses, these are people that are visiting the town, locals and even tourist that venture into Tsumeb to take part in the fun.  The festival has provided fun activities for kids, food, music, information on tertiary institutions as well as company’s like MTC, FNB and Telecom which are also sponsoring the festive and more.

On the final day, 2 November, the Copper festival will be holding its Copper Music Bash and event that does a little more than just getting your toes tapping. This year there will be live performances by Local artists from Tsumeb, One Blood, T-Boz and Staika and founder and CEO of Mshasho King TEEDEE. The Copper Music Bash will start at 7 p.m. for only N$ 20 for entry at the JP Radledge Stadium.

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