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Top Cheri and Big Ben to headline Spring Fiesta 2019

It has been confirmed that 5 October will be a night filled with entertainment from the best Namibia has to offer at Von Bach Dam for the 2019 Spring Fiesta.

The event organizers announced this evening that Top Cheri, Lioness, Gazza and Big Ben will be setting the stage ablaze at a party not to be missed on the Namibian social calendar. Earlier this month the organisers ran a social media callout for aspiring artists to stand a chance to perform at the Spring Fiesta and DJ Timo, Skrypt and Ethnix made it through. It was also announced that Anne Hambuda will be one of the masters of ceremonies.

This time around, Doctatainment’s Windhoek Spring Fiesta is taking place at the picturesque Von Bach Dam which is located 70 Kilometers outside Windhoek and five Kilometers outside Okahandja.

The new venue brings about new challenges in terms of logistics such as transportation and accommodation for party-goers. This is a challenge that organizers have accepted and are working to ensure that the event lives up to its reputation as one of the biggest music festivals in Namibia.

Accommodation will be available at the venue with packages ranging from Bungalows for two to five people, VIP Camping for the glamping enthusiasts and camping for those who prefer self-catering. All accommodation bookings for two nights come with a 10% discount.

Cloete also stresses that just, as usual, the Doctatainment team will make sure that the 2019 Windhoek Spring Fiesta will be an experience to remember.

“This year is no different from what we’ve done in the past. We have made provision that will allow people to have a ball without being concerned about driving back to Windhoek while you’ve partied.”
The Windhoek Spring Fiesta tickets are currently available on special early bird prices on Webtickets or directly from the Doctatainment team.

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