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Ethnix’s to host live show tomorrow

If you love bonfires, music and good food you are in luck as Ethnix will be live tomorrow night at Garden Inn. 

Nominated music duo will be one fo the first artists to host a public gathering event tomorrow at the Garden Inn Bonfire Nights. The event will see the due serenade an audience of 50 people with an acoustic session over a bonfire. Speaking on the event, Ethnix says the event even though is an intimate one, it is going to be one for the books as they will be doing numbers from their latest award-nominated album Made In Namibia. 

“ We want to bring together in the safest way possible and at the same time still make it enjoyable. The venue is big enough to host 50 people that can observe the regulations put in place for curbing the pandemic. We want people to come out and enjoy good music and food over a fire,” says Etjo from the duo. 


 With Windhoek moving into stage four of the lockdown from Monday 29 midnight, there will be an increase in the number of live events. Bomba Shiguedha of Garden Inn says the venue is ready to host people with their health as the first priority.  

“ Garden Inn will be taking temperatures of everyone entering the venue, we will be having sanitation facilities as well and for those who won’t have masks, there will be some available on sale,” he concluded.


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