WITH less than a week to go until the Jameson Vic Falls Carnival, taking place at the majestic Victoria Falls, the excitement of those who are embarking on the journey to one of the Seven Natural Wonders Of The World has been astounding.
The artists themselves can’t seem to contain their enthusiasm as many of them have been seen on television and radio talking about how excited they are for “Africa’s Biggest New Year’s Celebration”.
With the festive season in full swing and people taking part in the annual mad rush of last-minute gift-buying, why not sit back and just order your loved ones a ticket for the Jameson Vic Falls Carnival?
Jameson are proud to raise a glass of the finest Irish whiskey to the performers who will be bringing the best music Southern Africa has to offer to Jameson Vic Falls Carnival: Mokoomba, Just Jinjer, Flash Republic, Jeremy Loops; Mampi, December Streets, ISO, Shortstraw, DJ Chris Taylor, Ryan Dent, Craig Massiv, Liver, Chikwata 263, Rax, DJ Cmbaville, Judgment Yard, DJ Francis, Jason le Roux and DJ Ace da Bass.
The Jameson Vic Falls Carnival is be working with Six Million Smiles in 2013. Six Million Smiles is an initiative to acknowledge the positive developments from individuals and corporates in the fight against the negative stigma associated with HIV and Aids.
Charlotte Kanter, marketing manager for Seed Experiences, is thrilled to have this great initiative involved with the festival: “We are extremely excited to have Six Million Smiles on board at this year’s festival.
“As six million people come together to create awareness for the Aids epidemic, we are privileged to have such a fantastic outlet to drive involvement into this campaign as this year’s Jameson Vic Falls Carnival.”
Keep a look out for the Six Million Smiles photo booth at the Jameson Vic Falls Carnival in the Green Village and have one’s group shot taken to be part of showing the absolute best Zimbabwe has to offer.
TM supermarkets in conjunction with Environment Africa will be creating the Jameson Vic Falls Carnival Green Village.
This area will focus on bringing awareness to charities and initiatives involved in conservation, preservation and the environment. This popular activation was seen previously at Rocking the Daisies and is a great way to merge awareness and creativity.
— Media Update