Malawi Sand Music festival to cost K30 million, comedy on the menu

This year’s Sand Music Festival which is to take place at Sunbird Livingstone Beach in Salima district is expected to cost the organisers about K30 million.

Sunbird Public Relations Officer Akossa Mphepo said her office will ensure food is affordable so that every patron can access them

Sunbird Public Relations Officer Akossa Mphepo said her office will ensure food is affordable so that every patron can access them

The organisers, Impact Events have revealed the festival, in its sixth year running, will be held end of October to avoid clashing with other festivals.

Impact Events has been managing the festival with sponsorship from Sunbird Tourism Limited.

Festival Chief-Coordinator, Mazz disclosed on Thursday that this year’s event will incoporate comedy as new category to the  formatted style of back to back  performances by local and international artists.

”The event is set for another epic three days of music and outdoor play from October 30th to November 1st, 2015. And we are promising to give people value for money as they enjoy life at the beautiful beach of Livingstonia in Salima,” said Mazz.

He said the event will this year accommodate Small-Scale Entreprises who would like to use the festival as a platform to grow their businesses.

And Festival Coordinator NKhwachi Mhango said the list of international and local artists to perform at the festival will be
released soon.

”We dont want the event to be attached to any artists, this is why this year we are marketing it without attaching any international artist to it. Based on past challenges we experienced with international artists, we have decided to market the festival as an event,” said Mhango.

Sunbird Tourism Public Relations Manager, Akosa Mphepo promised to provide enough security during the event.

Mphepo said they are using the festival as one  way of promoting Malawian tourism and culture.

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9 thoughts on “Malawi Sand Music festival to cost K30 million, comedy on the menu”

  1. lyton magola says:

    This really sounds good, feed me more

  2. Gerald says:

    Mk 1500 per head at the Livingstonia camp site just to access our God given water too high. Imagine I have to pay mk7500 per 5 seater car. Promote tourism

  3. Fanny says:

    Akossa ife kwathu kumakhala kukusilira.Beautiful woman,beauiful daughter,handsome husband,beautiful house,beautiful cars,beautiful job.Zonse wekha?Odalitsika mwali.Ife mwina moyo winawo.

  4. wakwithu says:

    Beauty lies in eyes of the beholder. Wanganso is black and beautiful. OK?

  5. bwangazi says:

    Inu mukungoyamikila!!!! Ife taidyaidya zimenezo!!!!!

  6. Munthuwamba says:

    Now this Sunbird Tourism PRM is quite a bomb gentlemen. Oh my God.

  7. Lazaro Chakwera Akazi says:

    Akossa ndi nkazi okongola ozilemekeza waulemu wake opanda matama. Mulungu azikudalitsani mayi

  8. Khamani!! says:

    Is she miss Malawi ? She should be , dayamn!!

  9. bizwek Pakhala says:

    This Akosa woman is beautiful!!!

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