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Who runs the stage- GIRLS!

Desert Summer Festival’s all-women concert to be lit!

Coming this weekend to Walvis Bay will be the long-anticipated Desert Summer Festival for 7 stays straight. Truly an event that has it all, great food, drinks, fantastic stalls with creative SMEs and mind-blowing music performances.

In addition to these mind-blowing performances, on day two, 21 December, of the festival however, the event will be hosting their Female Power Concert with some of the biggest female artist taking center stage.

Performing live will be artist such as Macha Bella, Kasandra, Shayria, Kalina, Karishma, Brenda One Time and the sensational Topcheri. If these artists don’t scream women power then how does all female DJs sound. Spinning the turn tables will be DJ Diowyld and DJ B-Cul.


It’s all happening this Saturday, 21 December at 2pm at the Desert summer festival in the coastal town of Walvis Bay. Tickets are being sold at the Puma service station in Kuisebmond Monday to Friday from 7 am till 5 pm for which will cover the whole seven days of the event. Get your general ticket for N$ 300 and the VIP tickets for N$ 1500


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