Malawi to host Moon-Rock festival at Chintheche Inn

Wilderness Safaris Malawi will be hosting what has been dubbed the Moon-Rock Festival (MRF) in October. Fun loving locals and international travelers will come together at the Chintheche Inn in the lakeside district of Nkhata-Bay from 12th to 15th of the month.

The festival, which will include music by Galaxy Radio’s DJ Scarpper has since launched a month long promotion that includes winning a place at the MRF its promo party held two weeks ago on 3rd August, which was won by Gome Agenda.

Agenda was one of the many lucky ones who bought MK200 worth tickets a-piece in a raffle draw, earning himself access to the MK15,000 worth event. More promotions are lined up with more lucky winners in the offing.

Organizers are also inviting those interested to sponsor or help with the event.

Chintheche Inn

“If you’d like to perform at the Moon-Rock Festival, be a sponsor or help with the promotional run up to the festival please e-mail Roshenka on [email protected]
For all booking inquiries, accommodation, camping and transport options, please contact Delilah on[email protected],” says a post on the Wildreness Safaris Malawi Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wilderness-Safaris-Malawi/305410826150316?sk=events).

One can also win a promotional T-shirt by simply posting where the Moon-Rock Festival is taking place.

“Stand a chance to get your very own sizzling hot Moon-Rock t-shirt! Comment on this update and you could be decked out in this hot design by Cottman McCann,” invites the promotion.

MRF patronage is also assured of accommodation and camping offers along the glittering fresh water Lake Malawi.

The event adds more tourism attraction to the lake, after the annual Lake of Stars (LoS) event which attracts thousands of people made up of musical and other performers locally and internationally represented, and party-goers of all walks of life.

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