Malawi’s biggest festival ‘Lake of Stars’ returns even better this year as its set on the shores of Lake Malawi at one the most luxurious vocational spot Sunbird Nkopola in Mangochi.
The three day event will feature non-stop vibe of music, dance, poetry, theatre, science, and art across three stages from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 September 2015.
Tickets have just gone on sale today and it does stop there as a Super Early Bird three-day ticket for K19, 000 for a strictly limited time only is up for grabs.
In Lilongwe, grab yours from Papaya (Game Complex); in Blantyre, Café Ameca at Cure and according to the organizers K1, 000 from each ticket will go towards flood relief efforts in Mangochi.
Tickets have also started going on sale online today 6 March through PLANKTON.mobi for those in Africa, and internationally through Gigantic Tickets.
Fans should expect to have a quality pleasurable time as for the first time the organizers have tuned in a Nigerian act from Ric Hassani of ‘Dance Dance Baby Dance’ fame. He’ll be joined by the cutting-edge hip-hop trio Young Fathers, winners of the prestigious 2014 Mercury Prize and Scottish Album of the Year.
Confirmed Malawian acts to be feature in this year’s event include hip-hop sensation Gwamba, the recent MUMA Awards Best RnB Artist DANNY Kalima AKA Sirius, as well as up-and-coming singer-songwriter George Kalukusha Music.