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The 2017 iflix Vic Falls Carnival, took place between 29-31 December 2017 and featured Black Coffee, Mi Casa, Ammara Brown, The Kiffness, Mampi, Tresor, Rubber Duc, Flying Bantu, Jason le Roux, DJ Francis, Prince Kaybee and Afrikaans rock sensation, Ghapi.

29 DEC – AFRICAN CARNIVAL TRAIN

Fun lovers got dressed up in traditional African fabrics, painted their faces and brought out all sorts of masks for a journey unlike any other through the African bush veld with legendary DJ Francis onboard as they sped past lions and elephants. The train stopped in a secret bush location in the Vic Falls wildlife park for an unforgettable night under the stars with back to back DJ’S including Neverland founder DJ Jason LeRoux.

 

30 DEC – COMMUNITY PARTY

Carnival attendee started their  New Year’s celebration early with an electric night of the best in live house, African, indie and electro-pop. What’s the best way to get warmed up? With a strong piping hot mix from Africa’s biggest artist Black Coffee headlined the night. The action didn’t stop there, as revellers headed down into town for a host of parties at popular local venues like Shoestrings.

31 DEC – UNITY CONCERT

Everyone was encouraged to bring their own flags, paint their faces in their home colours and represent their roots as Africa all come together to countdown to 2018. There’s absolutely no better way to see in the New Year than in Vic Falls, One of the Seven Wonder’s of the World with non-stop entertainment. The party went on until the sun came up with a host of amazing artists including Tresor, the music sensation from the heart of the Congo, the kings of energetic must-dance-to live performance The Kiffness, Zambian queen of dancehall Mampi, local Vic Falls Flying Bantu and many more. Ring in the countdown with thousands of adventure loving travellers from all over the world, fire breathers, traditional dancers and experience a once-in-a-lifetime New Year’s!

There were opportunities to spend the days white water rafting, bungee jumping, on an elephant back safari or sip on a cocktail whilst watching the vulture feeding at a local Safari Lodge.

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