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NAMAs finale ready to roll

The much anticipated 10th NamibianAnnual Music Awards is ready to bid farewell to 10 years of Namibian music excellence.

In a statement last week, the NAMA Executive Committee announced that the event will go
virtual from 14th August till November. These dates have now been reviewed, herewith final
dates below.


“As communicated last week, the NAMA finale will still be held over a period of 8 weekends.
We have now moved the mini premium events from Saturdays and Sundays to Fridays and
Saturdays and all events will start at 18h00 live. Nominees who may not be able to travel to
Windhoek for any reason are obliged to inform the NAMA Executive Committee in writing
otherwise they will forfeit their performance fees and prize monies in the event that they win
in line with the rules”.


The NAMA Premium Livestream Concerts will be exclusively available to view to people who
bought a ticket to the show. Tickets have gone on sale already at Webtickets Namibia and nationwide at Pick n Pay stores at the cost of N$10 per show and N$100 for all shows. To attend the NAMA Premium Livestream Concerts and to view it live as it happens online, on your mobile or on laptops, computers or Smart TV’s, you will have to purchase a ticket. Once you’ve purchased a ticket you will receive a message containing your secure unique logon details to stream the show live. Your ticket gives you access to the live show and in addition the ability to view the NAMA concert again within 48 hours afterwards.

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