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Black Coffee to play NYE event at world’s largest waterfall

16/07/2017 00:00:00
by MixMag
 
New Year Victoria Falls date ... Black Coffee
 
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SOUTH African DJ and producer Black Coffee is set to perform at the world’s largest waterfall on New Year’s Eve as part of the Vic Falls Carnival in Zimbabwe.

Bringing together artists from various parts of Africa, Vic Falls Carnival has compiled a diverse line-up for its ninth edition.

Along with Black Coffee as the headliner, other artists set to perform include Jason Le Roux, South African electronic duo The Kiffness, Mampi from Zambia, Congolese artist Tresor and Zimbabwean artists Flying Bantu.

The three-day event kicks off on December 29 with a train ride to a party at the secret brush location while the following two days take place at Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.



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