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Victory Fest back for the third run

If you are all about praising God and enjoying local gospel music from up and coming artists, do not stop reading this!

The third installment of the much anticipated Victory Fest is back with the organisers announcing the events date and venue. Set to take place at the National Theatre of Namibia on 16 May, the Victory Fest is an annual Gospel Music festival founded by EfDee Music productions. The primary mission of Victory Fest is to create a platform for gospel musicians who would otherwise not be exposed to such privileges.

Thus far Victory Fest has had two very successful volumes with an attendance of above 500 people. The Festival hauled in internationally recognized acts. The festival also has a very strong local audience with an arena braced by the presence of some very notable names in the Namibian Gospel. The format of the festival is that of live music with high electrifying performances from the founders of the festival, Franklin and Dee’A.

The vision of Victory Fest is to continue the heritage of Gospel Music by academically preparing Gospel Artists for the future; to raise the level of excellence in this sphere, and to provide a forum/platform in which all forms of the gospel can matriculate.


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