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Independence Celebrations Concert facts you have to know!

Did you know? Well now you do!

Taking place on 21 March, the Independence Celebrations Concert to be hosted Namibian corporations is aimed at commemorating the 30th birthday of the land of the brave and so much more.

Here are some fun facts that you know:

  1. Hage Geingob Stadium

  2. The celebration concert will be taking place at the rugby stadium named after the current president of Namibia, Hage Geingob. Built-in 1991, the sports facilities that take in over 10 000 people in the stands are also known for hosting major none sporting events such as the soon to take place concert.
  3. It’s more than just a concert

  4. While the aim is to bring Namibians together through arts, the five main sponsors including MTC, Nesria, Profile Investments, Huawei and Tafel Lager are all individually celebrating their milestone.
    MTC will be celebrating its 25th birthday, Nesria will be celebrating being the foremost brand in the insurance industry as well as being the only company that covers liabilities as a result of the strike and riots, Profile Investments being proudly Namibian owned, Tafel Lager will be celebrating 30 years of unity and Huawei, Namibia’s prosperity.
  5. A diverse group of acts:

Come 21 March, you will get to witness the young and old take the stage. From up and coming acts such as DJ Castro to veteran musicians such as Gazza, the concert is aimed to tickle everyone’s music palate.


Public is assured of safety including Nampol, City Police and private uniformed personnel.

Tickets trickets

Listen! There is absolutely nowhere else you would get to watch a concert of this magnitude with the dope lineup as-is for N$ 50! The catch is that they are selling fast like hotcakes so you better get yours soon!

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The #MTCIndependenceConcert line up.

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