JUST 7 DAYS TILL I SHOOT THE JAMESON VIC FALLS CARNIVAL & KICK OFF THE NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS
Presented by Jameson.
With only a few days to go till the Jameson Vic Falls Carnival returns to the majestic Vic Falls region for another unforgettable New Year’s.
I’m honoured that Morsecode have hired me as one of their Official Photographers to provide them with imagery for this amazing music and adventure extravaganza.
For the past few years I have always dreamed of attending this event not only as a Photographer but also as a reveller.
Year after year I have only heard excellent things about this event and now I will get the chance to experience it myself, so be sure to say Hi if you see me there.
I’m beyond excited and the anticipation is killing me as I count down the days until I’m on the airplane traveling to Zimbabwe for the JAMESON VIC FALLS CARNIVAL.
The event organisers have released the final lineup – adding an array of local acts from the Southern African region.
Originally from Brazil, Napalma will take to the main stage with their street-carnival inspired blend of Brazilian and African beats and diverse electronic sounds to create that happy holiday feeling.
“Tafadzwa” hitmaker, Sungura musician Alick Macheso, will bring his collective orchestra to the falls.
Returning to the carnival, El Mukuka is the first house producer/DJ to receive a Born and Bred Music Video Award; his diversity in genre and innovative approaches to fusion music will keep his listeners excited and culturally unbound this New Year’s.
To complement the lineup, the organisers have also added Valve State, Víctor Bravo, Ryan Synth, Lil’ Bow, Nic Fourie and Candice Heyns.
Combine these local acts with Southern Africa’s biggest artists already announced, a unique New Year’s countdown at one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, extreme adventure and you will have set foot at the world-famous Jameson Vic Falls Carnival.
DJ Sketchy Bongo
Jason Le Roux
Half ‘n Half
Three days of music, adventure and secret parties around the town of Vic Falls.
29th December 2016
Artists: Community parties: series of events around town with local acts at either the Beach Party at Shoestrings Lodge or the River Party along the Zambezi River.
Whether you’re looking for adventure, culture or getting down with sand between your toes, our community parties are bound to make your last days of 2016 memorable!
30th December 2016 – Train Party
Artists: DJ Francis, Diloxclusiv and many more.
Price: $60 or R927
With an African Carnival theme, we encourage everyone to paint their faces, don traditional fabrics and get into the carnival vibe!
31st December 2016 – New Year’s Concert
Venue: Vic Falls Farm school.
Artists: Goodluck, LCNVL, Sketchy Bongo, The Kiffness, Judgement Yard, Tidal Waves, Jason Le Roux & many more.
Price: $65 or R1004
Whether you hop on an overlander from Johannesburg or Cape Town, get some rest in one of our fully set-up tents or choose a bit of luxury at the 4 star Elephant Hills, we have a package that suits every budget and need.
Check out www.vicfallscarnival.com to secure your spot!
Keep an eye on the Jameson Vic Falls Carnival Facebook page for a variety of exciting travel packages, adventure activities, lineup and up-to-the-minute festival news.
Three Day Festival Pass – COMBO Ticket
Inclusive of 29th, 30th & 31st December 2016
Price: $90 or R1390.50
South Africa – buy tickets here (ZAR): http://bit.ly/JVFCZAR
Africa & rest of world – buy tickets here (USD): http://bit.ly/JVFCUSD16
Visit www.vicfallscarnival.com for more details and to book your adventure of a lifetime!
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