KVF bigger and better with crane view: Shigwedha

Scheduled for 6 to 8 March at Sam Nujoma Stadium, Kasi Vibe Festival (KVF) volume 8 is promised to be bigger and better, said the Public Relations Officer Salmi Shigwedha.

Addressing members the media on Tuesday, Shigwedha said one of the highlights of the event that would make it different is the cage lifted by a crane that will be able to take people up in the sky so that they can view some part of Windhoek, mainly Katutura.

For entertainment, Shigwedha said this time around they would mainly focus on the upcoming artists with the ability to keep the vibe alive.

She further explained that, KVF was initiated by the Ministry of Trade and Industry and it's now a business platform whereby exhibitors apply to book place at the Festival.

This time we have received 826 applications just for beverages stores and we can only accommodate 30 beverage stores, stressed Shigwedha.

Additionally, Shigwedha stated that this year KVF will move out of Khomas region for the first time at the request of Kasi vibe fans residing outside Windhoek and they decided to take it to the coast.

We are definitely going to Erongo region, it's our first out of Khomas region event and we are calling it the Easter edition, Shigwedha said.

She further explained that as usual there will be two volumes KVF in Windhoek yearly and the additional volume will be hosted outside Windhoek every year.

Shigwedha concluded that, tickets are out and they are N. dollars 40 at the office and N. dollars 60 at the gate.

Source: Namibia Press Agency