Zambezi Vic Falls Carnival 2018 Headline Acts

 ENJOY THREE DAYS OF NON-STOP ENTERTAINMENT WITH AFRICA’S BIGGEST ACTS INCLUDING PRINCE KAYBEE, LADY ZAMAR,  FRESHLY GROUND & MANY MORE.

We are so excited to welcome SAMA winner and the songstress behind smash-hits like My Baby, Love is Blind and Collide, Lady Zamar to our stage! Joining her is one of South Africa’s most loved bands, Freshlyground . Who will bring their infectious afro-pop sound to the falls this New Year’s. Due to overwhelming demand Prince Kaybee will once again ignite the festival with his signature mix of banging tracks, electric mixing and unforgettable energy. BCUC will awaken your African spirit with their mix of ritual songs infused with rap influences. With so many more acts still to come you can not miss out on this spectacular event!!

LADY ZAMAR
Smash hit songstress and SAMA Winner for Best Dance Album Lady Zamar will bring her signature soulful sound to the carnival. The superstar behind some of the biggest hits in Africa including, Collide, Mamelodi, My Baby, Love is Blind and many more will treat attendees to a countdown unlike anywhere on Earth.

Freshlyground
Freshlyground is a South African Afro-fusion band that formed in Cape Town in 2002. The band members have different backgrounds, including South Africa, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe. Freshlyground’s musical style blends elements of traditional South African music, blues, jazz, and features of indie rock.

Prince Kaybee
Prince Kaybee is a South African house music producer, DJ and television personality who rose to fame as the winner of the second season of the SABC1 reality competition 1’s and 2’s, in 2015.

BCUC
BCUC is a live music-performing band from Soweto, South Africa. Our music derives from a blend of genres across the ages. We draw inspiration from Indigenous music that is not exposed in the mainstream. We sing ritual songs, around the fire hood songs; shebeen songs, church songs and we infuse them with raps and a rock and roll attitude. We always aim for a timeless, honest and traditional/ ritualistic sound. The music should always resonate with the spirituality, the history and the future of the people.

EVENT SCHEDULE
29th Dec – Train Party at the Vic Falls Train Station
30th Dec – Concert at Vic Falls Primary School
31st Dec – New Year’s Concert at Vic Falls Primary School
In partnership with Zambezi Lager, Love for Africa, Wild Horizons, kulula, Ethiopian Airlines,

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