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Dope Society Ngandu Festival ready

Dope society to give something new and family friendly at the Ngandu Festival tomorrow.

The biggest festival aimed at celebrating Kavango arts and culture amongst the more is taking place tomorrow. The festival organizers have ensured that when it comes to entertainment, on the best in the game will provide it.

Artists such as the Dope Society are on the lineup and they promise to bring the roof down tomorrow with their music. The group released their Solo music video on YouTube yesterday and we hope to see them perform it tomorrow too!

“We will have a little bit of new and old music. Since it is a family festival, we will also make sure to interact with the crowd and make it fun for everyone,” they said.

Set to take place tomorrow, the Ngandu Music and Arts Festival is a platform for Kavango regions to promote, sell and grow their businesses. According to one of the organizers Hafeni Namwira, the idea is that the event brings the Kavango community and all Namibians together to showcase and celebrate local various creative art forms.

“The goal is for the festival to be an annual event that will entrust all the planning, controlling and execution of the event to the Kavango youth through a mentorship empowerment programme. Additionally, a percentage of the proceeds from the event will be given to a charity organization of the community’s choosing,” said Namwira.

Other artists to perform include MIG, Tate Buti, Jeiyo, Gazza, Joac Nongava and the House Boys just to mention a few. The festival will take place at the Rundu Sports stadium.

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