New Era (Windhoek)

9 November 2012

Namibia: Rundu in for the Dogg's Thrills

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Namibia's musician 'The Dogg'

Windhoek — The Dogg is expected to thrill fans here tomorrow when he performs at the Miss Kavango Trade Fair to wind down the Fair which started in Wednesday.

A dancing competition, singing competition and eating competition also form part of the night's entertainment. DJ Glob, the organiser of this year's entertainment at the Fair, says various local artists have also been part of the Fair since its opening on Wednesday until tomorrow.

He says they expect more people to turn up in numbers over the weekend as it promises to be filled with joy and fun. "This year we incorporated the Fair with a beauty pageant which will see Miss Kavango being crowned on Saturday. Local DJs are billed to Battle for big prizes, dancing and singing competitions, which will see talented youth walking away with big prizes," he added.

This year the trade fair committee appointed independent entertainment entities like XXX Entertainment and Starlight Entertainment to run the fair. Rundu's finest artists such as Thommy, Besquare, The Bagboys and others are billed to perform. The Dogg promised to give his fans the best as he enjoys being in Rundu. Tickets will be available at the gate.

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