The Earth Fest


The first of its kind, Earth Fest is more than an ordinary music festival – it aims to highlight the tree-mendous musical talent that graces Southern Africa while also bringing together like-minded, forward-thinking individuals who hope to see a greener future for Africa.

The weekend will start off with a bang on Friday 19th July as Greenpoppers catch an evening train ride from Livingstone train station to the Vic Falls Bridge. Drinks will be included, and DJ Bobzyouruncle will be laying down funky mashups the whole time! Meet at Livingstone Train Station at 16:30 sharp.

On Saturday 20 July, the festival will move to the Greenpop Village at Livingstone Safari Lodge where, from 15:00, attendees can participate in sustainability workshops. They will have the chance to learn more about what Greenpop is doing in Livingstone and get a taste of a full week’s activities. This event is being produced by Guy from R&G events (based in Lusaka) and a few other key partners.

MUSIC – starts on Saturday from 18:00 and will include performances by:

Jeremy LoopsLivingstone

Tribute Mboweni

Black Light Panda

DJ Bobzyouruncle

Yes Rasta

Chicken Bus Band

…and more!



Fri 19th Train: $40 or ZMW 230

Sat 20th Concert: $15 or ZMW 80

Double deal (Fri and Sat parties): $50 or ZMW 270

Early Bird Saturday Special: $10 or ZMW 50

Camping at Greenpop Village at Livingstone Safari Lodge on Fri 19th and/or Sat 20th: $10 or

ZMW 50 per night (bring your own tent & dinner will be on sale)


Book by calling or emailing: / +26(0)96 954 0817


TICKETS on sale at:

Vic Falls Steam Train (Vic Falls)

Zimbabwe Tourism office (Vic Falls)

Shoestring backpackers (Vic Falls)

The Spot (Livingstone)

Zambian Tourism Office (Livingstone)

Livingstone Backpackers (Livingstone)

Shearwater Adventures Bridge and Main office (Vic Falls)



GREENPOPGreenpop is a social business that believes greening and sustainable living can be fun, POPular and accessible for all. We believe in inspiring a greener, more conscious, inclusive movement and do this through tree planting projects, green events, education, social media, voluntourism and activating people to start DOING!


By: 5VictoriaFalls24

Date: 25 June 2013