Events Calendar Namibia • 30 Events • Overave • Page 1

Zambian Independence Day Bash

Join us at Chopsi's Bar to celebrate Zambian Independence day at Chopsi's. On the decks we'll have Zambian DJs Paul Da Prince, Charlie 911, DJ Smooth and Tafanji. Zambian cuisine on sale, Zambian Beats, and only the best Zambian people. Free entrance. After Party: Secret location

Art Talk: The Battle of Rorke’s Drift

As part as the John Muafangejo Art Centre’s Season 2017 running from 2 to 29 October, JMAC, the Namibian Arts Association and the FNCC will host this session around John Muafangejo’s eponymous artwork. How can we decolonize our understandings of Muafangejo? What does a post-Muafangejo future mean to Namibia? These two questions will be the point of entry for this critical dialogue and curatorial exploration. Free entry

Dolar Live at the Boiler Room

Dolar Yves Idinu was influenced by Papa Wemba and Lokua Kanza when growing up in the DRC, and this influence shows in his performances, be it at Song Night or any other performance. With a long absence from the Boiler Room stage, join Dolar on Wednesday 25 October at 9pm.

Cinema: Corto Maltese in Siberia

Corto Maltese in Siberia, by Pascal Morelli, 1h32, 2002, Animation Adventure Drama. In 1918, civil wars are tearing Russia and China apart. Laconic adventurer Corto Maltese is hired by a Chinese secret society to capture a train taking the Tzar's gold abroad. His friend-enemy Rasputin joins him on this dangerous yet exhilarating treasure hunt. N$40 entrance

SillyWits improvisational sketch comedy

SillyWits is an improvisational, sketch comedy show with a Namibian heart, inspired by the British/American show “Whose Line is it Anyway” brought to you by Lavinia Kapewasha and Zindri Swartz. The show is a fast paced, no hold-bars game show aiming to keep the audience entertained to the point of tears. Apart from using pre-determined categories for each round, the show is entirely created on the night. The players are put to the test, creating characters, scenes, and songs on the spot! Each show will have different categories, making it an original comedy extravaganza experience show after show. Namibia hasn’t seen a show so crafty, so relevant and unique, no one will want to miss it! N$50 in advance, N$70 at the door

Take Note Music Fest - October 2017 - Windhoek

Take Note Music Fest 2017 - Windhoek, Namibia Friday 27nd & Saturday 28rd October In partnership with Checkers Windhoek & Myohmy Entertainment ∆o∆x Hello Namibia ☆ After last years successful and fun get together, we are back by popular demand. Namibia's favourite Family Music Shop, Take Note will yet again host Windhoeks youngest Festival in our beautiful garden to celebrate great music, tasty food, good vibes, cold beer, friends & yes, your whole family is invited! We've rustled up a few marvelously talented artists both locally and abroad, and they're ready to rock your socks off. Tell your friends to tell their friends, to bring more friends & join us as we mingle, jingle and take a musical journey through swing, blues, Rock n Roll, jazz, folk and late-night electro beats. Let make another incredibly memorable weekend. ☆ food, bar & cold refreshments will be available all day ☆ ∆ ✳ ∆ Garden Stage ✳ ∆ ∆ *artists to be anounced in the next week* FRIDAY - 27 Oct 19:00 - 24:00 SATURDAY - 28 Oct 12:00 - 24:00 ∆ ✳ Tickets ∂ ♥ Tickets go for N$50 on Friday & N$100 on Saturday 1. Purchase your weekend pass online @ Quicket link below 2. Pop by the shop to reserve your tabel. 3. Come grab them at the Gate. ♥ OPEN Friday: 19:00 - 24:00 Saturday: 11:00 - 24:00 ✳ ☆ ✳ Venue Info ✳ ✳ Take Note Music, Windhoek, NAM a) Sam Nujoma Street, Windhoek, Namibia c) +264 61 228 198 e) ∆∆∆ NB. Right of Admission is Reserved Please agree to not bring - independent sound systems, illegal substances, graffiti, weapons & bad vibes. Participation in the event is entirely at own risk. The organisers accept no responsibility whatsoever for injury, death, loss or damage of any nature to persons, vehicles or belongings, even in the case of negligence. By entering the festival you agree to being photographed by event photographers. Due care has been taken to make this event safe and secure. Tickets can only be prurchased at the Take...

Oktoberfest Windhoek Namibia 2017

The Windhoek Oktoberfest will be enriched by the presence of authentic German music with the world's coolest Oktoberfest band straight from Munich - The Kirchdorfer! From log sawing and beer lifting to high striker and mechanical bull riding, the annual 2017 Windhoek Oktoberfest will once again bring to the table a cultural celebration coupled with good food, authentic games and loads of fun for the entire family. The annual 2017 Windhoek Oktoberfest, brought to life through a partnership between Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) and the Sports Klub Windhoek (SKW), will take place at the SKW grounds on 27 - 28 October 2017 in the spirit of the Bavarian culture.

October Fest

Infinity Lounge Swakopmund Presents: October Fest Time:20h00 till late Entrance : N$ 30 On the decks: EL-V DJ T.L.C DJ LAZZA For bookings and reservation Call :081 147 1129 E-mail:

Friday 27 October 2017

NTN Namibia

Robert Mugabe Ave

000 Windhoek

Deur die Tralies van my hok

The National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) is staging DEUR DIE TRALLIES VAN MY HOK, under its Premier Productions Project; a predominantly Afrikaans play written and directed by Kubbe Rispel. This is the tragic contemporary inspired story of what happens when a girlfriend/wife/ fiancé becomes a possession of her boyfriend and victim of jealousy, which ends in the tragic death of the girl. These tragic deeds can occur in any sphere of society like in this case where the characters are: • Ben – very rich, sophisticated, highly motivated entrepreneur with a beautiful house, a millionaire, and • Mandy – his fiancé, a soft spoken, caring teacher. Beautiful physically and inherently who is involved with the social upliftment of society and deeply cares for the marginalized people in society, like • Kapie en Ou Toppie who are doing menial labour around the neighbourhood but who are keen observers whose comments on the behaviour and mannerisms of the rich people are sometimes the only truth spoken in these close societies. • There are also Jack and Joy, Mandy’s bohemian, hippy-like friends whose obvious dislike of Ben increase the friction and conflict already existing and leading to the ultimate act of passion killing. For the bystander, it is unnecessary, but is there any justification for passion killing? The Cast: Ben – David Ndjavera Mandy – Khadija Mouton Kapie – Clive van Wyk Ou Toppie – John Isaacks Narrator– Bianca Heyns Joy – Whilzahn Gelderbloem Jack – Romulus Pieters Judge – Joalette De Villiers The play will be on stage the 27 and 28th of October 2017 at the NTN, 20H00. Tickets are available at all Computicket outlets, including the NTN Box Office at N$80-00 and N$50 (For Children, Students & Pensioners)

Saturday 28 October 2017

Infinity Lounge

Schlachter Str. - The conour

P.O.Box 7194 Swakopmund

Halloween Party

infinity lounge swakopmund presents halloween party time: 20h00 till late entrance: n$ 30 on the decks: el v dj tlc dj lazza for bookings & reservations cell: 081 147 1129 or 081 622 3025 e-mail:

Rap Battle Namibia Vol. 2

The Rap Battle Namibia Volume 2 takes place on the 28th of October 2017 at the Warehouse theatre Windhoek, Hosted by Namibia’s very own KP Illest. The emcees will battle it out in 3 categories to get their share of N$5000.00 The Categories are: Freestyle Rap Song and Battle Rap The winners of Rap battle Namibia Volume 1 Will be defending their Tittles. The Judging Panel consists of, I. Sparks Brain the Tool Snazzy

Mini Disco with kids and Balloons

For ages 2-12 years Kids and Balloons bring you a 2-hour real fun experience for all kids and families. This month, expect entertainment ranging from educational fun and games, dancing, shows, face painting, and so much more! Be sure to join us with your little ones for an exciting and eventful Saturday morning. Entrance: N$100

Felabration Namibia

Felabration Namibia is an annual musical event created to celebrate the music and legacy of Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Fela Kuti (15 October 1938 – 2 August 1997) is one of Africa’s cultural icon, hero and genius whose wisdom, radicalism, and politics were expressed through his music. Fela had a vision for a united Africa and was dedicated to the liberation and self-determination of all Africans and those in the diaspora. His life was marked by bravery, humanitarianism, fierce radicalism and honesty that serve as inspiration for all artists and activists all over the world. Through his creative genius, Fela created a musical genre which he called Afrobeat. His unparalleled body of work has influenced and continue to influence a wide range of musicians around the globe. This year, Felabration will be a vinyl music event with local vinyl DJ, Brother Mbango and South African-based Zimbabwean vinyl DJ, TheNew T:MEr, who will be spinning vinyl records of the legendary Fela Kuti and other Afrobeat/Afrofunk artists. N$70 in advance, N$100 at the door

Bongani Live at the Boiler Room

Singer, songwriter and performing artist Bongani was born and raised in the streets of Katutura. He started his musical career nine years ago where gospel was his main focus. He has done a lot of performances, appearances and has three gospel albums under his belt. After a three year break Bongani got back to the music scene with a different type of genre which he calls Urban Neo-Soul Jazz and got to perform for the first time at the Warehouse Theatre during the popular event "Song Night". Join Bongani at the Boiler Room on Wednesday 1 November 2017 and tap into his world of Urban Neo-Soul Jazz, a genre he defines as Ubuntu Jazz, music that speaks to the soul as well as embraces the simplicities of life that we take for granted. Facebook: bonganisoul Twitter: @bonganisoul Instagram: bonganisoul Soundcloud: bonganisoul

Cinema: Women and men

In November FNCC will be celebrating documentary Women and men, by Frédérique Bedos, 1h55, 2015, documentary In a speech to the UN, Ban Ki Moon explains that if the Millennium Goals are not achieved, it is because women's rights are receding all over the world. Frédérique Bedos then leaves on the roads of the whole world to gather testimonies and facts. Entrance: N$40

Windhoek Jazz Festival 2017

Catch this year's Windhoek Jazz Festival on the 4th of November 2017! You won't want to miss this one.

Saturday 04 November 2017

Desert Tavern

Swakop Str.


Albert Frost

ALBERT FROST IS A RESPECTED FEATURE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN MUSIC SCENE. For the past two decades, the energetic performances of this accomplished guitarist have dazzled audiences as he deftly alternates between rhythm and lead, while showcasing acoustic and electric guitars. His first love is blues, stemming from the influence of his long relationship with the Blues Broers with whom he has performed since 1994. He has recorded with Arno Carstens, Koos Kombuis, Chris Chameleon, Blues Broers and many others. He has performed with every major artist in South Africa, and with international artists like Ali Faka Toure and Finley Quaye. He has toured with Simple Minds and Rem, and supported the Rolling Stones. In 2015 Frost’s impressive 21-year stint with the Blues Broers came to an end, having toured and recorded five albums with them. Now he is looking forward to some exciting new collaborations. In the near future, music fans can look forward to Frost touring with Loki Rothman as well as more shows from Blood Brothers, an interesting project bringing together some of the best from the South African rock fraternity such as Frost, Arno Carstens, Francois van Coke, George van der Spuy (Taxi Violence) and Kobus de Kock Jnr (Black Cat Bones). April 2016 saw the release of his much anticipated third solo album, The Wake Up, which, according to Frost, signals the “start of a new journey” for him. In a departure from Frost’s blues roots, The Wake Up explores various musical avenues and lyrical content to create something he says will surprise and excite his fans. He will be performing Live at Desert Tavern Tickets will be N$100.00 at the Door.

Cinema: Lumumba, the death of a prophet

In November FNCC will be celebrating documentary Lumumba, the death of a prophet, by Raoul Peck, 1h09, 1992, documentary A poignant documentary about the African political leader Patrice Lumumba, who was Prime Minister of Zaire (now Congo) when he was assassinated in 1961 Entrance: N$40

Friday 10 November 2017

NTN Namibia

Robert Mugabe Ave

000 Windhoek


Based on the well-known fairy tale Cinderella this fairy tale this romantic comedy has been adapted to incorporate nuances that will leave adults in stiches, whilst the little ones will be enchanted by fantastical costumes, dance and song.

Angola Independence Day

Join us at Chopsi's Bar to celebrate Angola's Independence Day at Chopsi's. On the decks we'll have DJ Mario and Ongoma Batida plus a guest DJ from Angola. Angolan cuisine on sale Angolann Beats Great Angolan people. Damage: Free before 9pm. N$40 after 9pm Free Entrance for all Angolans On the Decks: Ongoma Batida plus Guest DJ from Angola After Party: Secret location

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