21 December 2012

Gambia: All Eyes On Christmas Family Fund Day-Out


The Gambia is bracing up for one of the most spectacular Family Fund Day-Out also known as the Kids Carnival, ever in the history of the country, according to reports reaching What's On.

The annual event that brought together kids from all corners of the Greater Banjul Area, is design celebrates Christmas in atmosphere of peace and unity. However, this years, event which is slated for December 25th at Dream Park, will no doubt be another historic moment in the country entertainment industry, as the country gather to celebrate cultural display in ambiance of total togetherness.

The grand carnival is expected to feature cultural displays like Kankurang dance, Kumbo, Zimba, Gezze, Hunting and Santa Claus among a host of others. Backed by live band performance, the performing artists such as-Jalex-Mandingmorry-Balla Ranks-Gee-Diha-Abou & Fafa- Trobul Smallz-Dro Killa among a host of others, will be in attendance to give the kids a real taste of entertainment.

Remember is all happening live on December 25th at Dream Park and sidelines attraction includes miming and dancing competition for Kids. Make it a date.

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