Livingstone is continuing to mark David Livingstone’s bicentenary when it plays host to a wealth of nations at the first ever Livingstone International Cultural Arts Festival – an occasion which will be rich in atmosphere, with all the different influences here in Africa, plus Caribbean calypso, it will make for a wonderful eclectic mix of cultures gathering here over these two days in June.
There will be a tremendous cacophony of music, drums and dancing on the Friday as the Street Carnival winds its way slowly up through the centre of town to the Golf Club where live bands will play in the evening, and on the Saturday there will be more performances by the participating cultural groups, with arts and crafts, food stalls, and national pavilions showcasing their own countries and much more.
As part of this rhythmic occasion, we will be inviting the community to come along, bring a drum and join in on the Saturday afternoon and join in The African Beat prior to the Prize Giving and Finale. Bring or make a drum and come and join us on Saturday. We invite the whole community to get involved. Bring or make a drum and come and join us on the Saturday. We invite the whole community to get involved.
This inaugural Livingstone festival will take place on 21-22 June 2013, a vibrant, colourful and fun weekend for everyone to enjoy. We are inviting cultural dance and music groups from surrounding countries and overseas.
The Melodians – the renowned UK-Caribbean Steel Band, whose accommodation in Livingstone for the Festival is being sponsored by Safari Par Excellence – will be playing at The Zambezi Waterfront on Thursday 20 June, so come on down and soak up some lively calypso rhythm by the Zambezi River. For further information please contact email@example.com
2013 in Livingstone is all about celebrating Dr David Livingstone’s Bicentenary, born 200 years ago on 19 March 1813. Come and participate in our series of events and festivals!
Date: 22 May 2013