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WATCH: Vusi Nova and Yvonne Chaka Chaka invite fans to Jazz Festival

Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Vusi Nova share enthusiasm over upcoming Windhoek Jazz Festival!

Being a few nights away, the City of Windhoek reminds jazz music lovers as to why they must come out in numbers come 2 November.

The annual Windhoek Jazz Festival is one of those events in that breaks borders and brings together both the young and old audiences, to enjoy world-class entertainment as explained by patron of the festival Katrina Hanse-Himarwa at this year’s launch.

Princess of Africa, Yvonne Chaka Chake and Afro-soul star, Vusi Nova in anticipation of the event shared in videos posted on the City of Windhoek’s pages why their fans must come out on 2 November. Here is what the South African stars said.

Winner of the South African Music Award for best Afro Pop Album Vusi Nova also urges Namibian’s to get their tickets now at Computicket outlets for N$ 250 to avoid paying N$300 at the gate.

2019 marks the eighth annual Windhoek Jazz Festival, featuring a variety of performances highlighting national and international world-class jazz in the land of the brave. At the official launch this evening, the patron of the Windhoek Jazz Festival Katrina Hanse Himawra announced the local and international artists that include Fu Jazz Band, William Petersen, Sean K, Rose Blvc, Allistair and the Swingers Jazz Band, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Vusi Nova, and Garth Taylor.


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