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House music festival, anyone?!

Grooves of Spring music festival to set the right tone for December!

Good news for all the house music fans as Windhoek will be hosting its Grooves of spring event this 26 October at the Khomasdal UNAM campus.

Since early July the event has been advertised on several social platforms like Instagram and Facebook for good reason. The show will have live performances by Uakengeza Ngoinue aka DJ Castro, young and upcoming DJs Sandile and Kido aka The Rhythm, young and talented DJ Spuzza and flying in all the way from South Africa, The King of Amapiano Music Kabza De Small.
Kabza De Small had recently released a new compilation project that’s been titled Pretty Girls Love Amapiano, Amapiano which is a subgenre of house in South Africa. The project has a total of 15 tracks of bass-heavy tracks to have anyone jumping to the dancefloor.

With amazing DJ’s, food and great music the Grooves of spring is surely an event not to miss.
Tickets for the show were available at Webtickets tickets Namibia and at Pick n pay stores countrywide but have been closed since August however entry at the gate is allowed for a fee of N$ 150 and N$ 350 for VIPs.

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