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Reasons to attend the Eenhana Annual Youth Festival

If you will find yourself in the northern parts of Namibia, here’s why you should make a turn to this exciting festival!

A festival that’s all about enhancing social heritage, the Eenhana annual youth festival is coming soon to Eenhana. The festival is more focused around the youth, to get their energy and creative juices flowing with the festival’s fun games and competitions while providing a platform for SME to showcase their work.

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As of yet the event has already selected their top 10 finalists for the beauty pageant, Miss Eenhana Fest. The top 10 are on display on Instagram so be sure to vote for who should walk away with the Miss Public Choice prize by liking on their pictures.

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No youth festival is complete without music and the Eenhana annual youth festival has that covered with live performances by D-Kandjafa, Makilla, K-Dio and Bliss & Saddy.

Moreover, there will be fun games and tournaments which will be held at Eenhana stadium to partake in, such as soccer, netball and volleyball with amazing cash prizes, trophy’s and medals to be given to winning teams so register now by contacting the festival.

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Get your tickets at web tickets, pick ‘n pay stores countrywide or itrust lounge in Eenhana for N$ 20 and N$ 10 for children. Tickets at the gate will be N$ 20 for children and N$ 30 for adults, all the fun is going down from 29 November till 1 December. For more information check out the festival’s Facebook page.

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