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Malibu Powered Windhoek Spring Fiesta raises the bar

With VIP guests, performers and special guests enjoying a delicious pool-side lunch followed by a scenic boat ride over Von Bach Dam, the Windhoek Spring Fiesta went all out to ensure that the 7th edition is one for the books.

Those who had to make it to the event in a 4X4 via the rugged terrain were still greeted with an event filled with the best Namibian performances and a great vibe of a spirited crowd which was on the theme in all white.

“We promised our event goers an experience and that’s exactly what we gave them,from the boat ride across Von Bach Dam to the vibe at the venue, we delivered what we promised.The artist and dj’s showed us once again that they can compete against the best on the African Continent. The overall experience was just amazing,” said one of the organisers, John Cloete who is also a co-founder of Doctatainment cc which is the company behind the event.

“The overall experience was just amazing,we didn’t record any incidents which is always our priority. Big ups to our team for putting together such an amazing and historical event, and to our sponsors and partners, we are because of you,” Cloete added.


Emerging and seasoned performers lit up the stage with spectacular performances. From Big Ben to Top Cheri who headlined in style to Gazza delivering his unforgettable performances to newcomers like 16-year-old Timo Kevin showing just why the made it onto the lineup. The event was one for the books. The 7th annual Windhoek Spring Fiesta took place on Saturday, 5 October 2019 at the Von Bach Dam, located 70 kilometres outside Windhoek and 5 kilometres outside Okahandja in the mighty Otjozondjupa Region.


Partygoers were given the option of booking accommodation at the resort’s bungalows or at the camping facilities offered on location. For more photos from the event, visit the official event website and @Doctatainment on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


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