Showcasing Namibia

03 December 2018 | Tourism

It's new. It's fresh. It's live. It's Namibia!

Showcase Namibia is an opportunity for both tourists and locals to interact and be entertained by Namibia's very own cultural performers. These performances include song and dance and are designed to showcase our country's rich and diverse cultural heritage.

In future these events will take place regularly at the Warehouse Theatre, where the love of culture and music meets the rhythm of the city.

Showcase Namibia consists of different performers and performance styles, not only guaranteeing a unique display of local culture, but also celebrating Namibia's diversity. The audience is encouraged to indulge in the sounds of Namibia and to participate in the fun. Shows are 45 minutes long.

Showcase Namibia takes place at 15:00 every Tuesday. Tickets cost N$170.

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