Spend New Years At Vic Falls
Vic Falls Carnival
Looking for something completely different this December? Well, Africa’s most exciting festival, The Vic Falls Carnival, returns this year for a once-in-a-lifetime New Years’ experience from 29 – 31 December 2017. Not only is the setting spectacular, the adventure non-stop and the crowd a mix of local and international festival lovers, but the line-up is an insane combination of phenomenal acts!
For the first time in Vic Falls Carnival history, Africa’s multi award-winning DJ, Black Coffee, will take to the decks on the 30th December. Sidestepping Afro-house clichés and stage-managed highs in favour of restrained sophistication, Black Coffee’s penchant is for true Afropolitan house.
Joining Black Coffee is musical heavyweight from the heart of the Congo, Tresor. A multi-award winning, platinum selling, breakout singer-songwriter and producer Tresor released his debut album, ‘VII’ in September last year.
Zambian RnB hit-maker Mampi will bring her energetic, rhythmic performance to the stage, adding some real African flavour to the line-up. Founder of Neverland and Zimbabwean local Jason Le Roux will curate and perform at the iconic African Carnival Train party, making sure every beat elevates the crowd. While Vic Falls locals, Flying Bantu will raise your spirits with their Afro-fusion of rock, reggae, jazz and funk.
Following the success of last year’s format, the Vic Falls Carnival has once again created the best way to spend your last three days of 2017! Travel, adventure and, of course, music, all in one renowned setting: Africa’s majestic Mosi-oa-Tunya, ‘the smoke that thunders’!
29 December 2017 – AFRICAN CARNIVAL TRAIN
Get dressed up in traditional African dress, paint your face and bring a mask for a journey unlike any other through the African bushveld with legendary DJ Francis onboard as you speed past lions and elephants. The train stops in a secret bush location in the Vic Falls wildlife park for an unforgettable night under the stars with back to back DJs including Neverland founder DJ Jason Le Roux.
30 December 2017 – CONCERT FT. BLACK COFFEE
Start your New Year’s celebration early with an electric night of the best in live house, African, indie and electro-pop. What’s the best way to get warmed up? With a strong piping- hot mix from Africa’s biggest artist Black Coffee headlining the night with many more artists to be announced. The action doesn’t stop there, head into town for a host of parties at popular local venues, like Shoestrings Lodge.
31 December 2017 – NEW YEAR’S UNITY CONCERT FEAT. TRESOR & MORE
Bring your own flags, paint your face in your home colours and represent your roots as we all come together to countdown to 2018. There’s absolutely no better way to see in the New Year than in Vic Falls, One of the Seven Wonders of the World with non-stop entertainment. Jam until the sun comes up with a host of amazing artists including Tresor, Zambian queen of dancehall Mampi, local Vic Falls’ Flying Bantu and many more. Ring in the countdown with thousands of adventure-loving travellers from all over the world, fire breathers, traditional dancers and experience a once-in-a-lifetime New Years!
The excitement doesn’t stop at the festival grounds – spend your days white water rafting, bungee jumping or sip on a cocktail while you watch the vulture feeding at Safari Lodge. All festival-goers receive 10% off all adventure packages when booked with your festival ticket!
3 Day Pass: $90 or R1170
Incl. Train Party 29th Dec, Concert ft Black Coffee 30th Dec & New Year’s Concert 31st Dec.
2 Day Pass: $65 or R845
Incl. Concert ft Black Coffee 30th Dec & New Year’s Concert 31st Dec.
1 Day Pass: $50 or R650
Incl. New Year’s Unity Concert
Get your passes now – South Africa, Africa and the rest of the world – buy tickets HERE