Zimfest is an event that brings together Zimbabweans from across the cultural spectrum and truly welcomes non-Zimbabweans who are mad about Zimbabwe. It is the biggest international celebration of Zimbabwean arts, music, sport, great food and culture in one field.
Every year Zimfest improves in depth and quality and this year is set to have the most depth, be the best organised and greatest ever. Last year 5000 people of all ages turned up and the vibe was truly a one-love experience.
Every year, we prove that Zimbabweans are resilient and that when we work together we create miracles. With this in mind, we are working globally to produce a Worldwide Zimfest movement, the flagship festival being held in Raynes Park, on the 5th of September.
Saturday 5TH SEPTEMBER, 12NOON-10PM
PRINCE GEORGES PLAYING FIELDS,
BUSHEY RD, RAYNES PARK LONDON, SW20 9NB
• On Offer:
MUSIC, TRADITIONAL FOOD SUCH AS SADZA & RELISH, SPORTS COMPETITIONS, KIDDIES CORNER, CULTURAL ACTIVITIES, HUMAN RIGHTS GROUPS, TRADITIONAL STALLS AND FREE LOVE.
• Tickets, line-up & further info:
Get a Grip on the music
From Afro-beat, to Kwaito, to Indie Rock, Jazz, Traditional and Hip Hop it’s an amazingly diverse African line-up:
Special P.A. by ROZALLA MILLER http://ww.rozallamiller.com
KAMIKAZE TEST PILOTS
TRENTON & FREE RADICAL
TAGARA JAZZ QUARTET
And Very Special guests Africa’s Finest!
DJ OTIS “The Flow” FRASER & KIMBLE “Double K” ROGERS
Every festival claims is it the best, but there is something about the warmth and mischievous humour of Zimbabweans themselves that makes it really special. Ask yourself this: Of all the Zimbabweans you’ve ever met have there been any that you really didn’t like? (And no… Makosi doesn’t count!)
For further information contact:
Sylvester Mutsigwa – 07958591338
Sinead Parsons – 07879894762
Mike Tashaya – 07876430182
WEZIMBABWE is a registered charitable organisation dedicated to the empowerment of Zimbabweans through the development of a strong and united global Zimbabwean community and to the provision of access to formal education and non-formal life skills training for children and young people throughout Zimbabwe. Website: www.wezimbabwe.org