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Everything you didn’t know about Heal Our Land Concert

An event to restore faith, hope and most importantly to praise the Lord!

With immense love and passion for Namibia, Heal our Land concert is planned to restore and encourage faith, hope, virtue as well as love in Namibia. The concert will bring together local and international gospel artists in a place of worship and prayer for Namibia through music. Organizers of the event believe that the concert will be a catalyst for furthering cooperation and multi-cultural understanding through a united nation by prayer.

Over the years Namibia has seen a rapid increase in various vices such as domestic violence, alcohol and substance abuse, teenage pregnancies and passion killing to name a few. This concert is also a form of healing to each and every individual that went through the above-mentioned situation.

Despite Namibia experiencing the fall-out of national immorality with the rise of greed and injustice, the organisers believe that God wants to rekindle His fire and love in the hearts of all Namibians. Heal our Land concert objective is to create a platform of expression through arts embedded in love as well as to abolish silence and bring about a Namibian voice to heal Namibia for future generations.

The concert features Manda Gabriel, guest artists from South Africa Dumi Mkostad and Zaza Mokhethi just to mention a few from the amazing lineup.

The Heal our Land concert is scheduled to take place on 3 August at Zoo Park Amphitheatre. Gates open at 16H00 and concert officially kicks off at 18H00. General admission is N$100 with VIP $250 via Computickets. The organisers are looking forward to attracting an estimated number of over 1800 attendees to Heal our Land concert and you are one of them!

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo


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