12 December 2012

Namibia: Summer Music Festival in Rehoboth

As the holiday season kicks off and summer is in full swing, the Summer Music Festival 2012 that takes place in Rehoboth this weekend, comes just at the right time.

Organised by Silver Cricket Productions, it is set to be a fun filled event with Hip Hop music being the main attraction.

It will feature some top names on the local Hip Hop scene including Rush, Catty Cat, Slammer, Stitch, Sinna G and D-Jay. Although other genres of music can also be enjoyed at the festival, with performances by the likes of teen sensation Linda and Mannetjie Zulu.

Fashion will also feature at the festival as the different Hip Hop artists will also have a chance to showcase and sell their clothing lines on the day. Other activities that are scheduled to take place at the festival include fun activities for the whole family.

These include a jumping castle for the littles ones as well as a braai. When the show ends, the fun will continue at Club Zion where the after party will be held.

The first ever Summer Music Festival 2012 is will take place on Saturday, December15, at the Quattro Car Wash in Markplein, Rehoboth. The festival will start at 15h00. Entrance is N$20 for children and N$50 for adults which will also get them free entrance to the after party at Zion before 22h00.

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