Okavango Music Festival

SHARE   |   Friday, 31 August 2018   |   By Ricardo Kanono
Okavango Music Festival

Okavango Music festival has an extensive menu to choose from, including Rock & Roll to Jazz, Soul fests, drumming circles, Blues days and Reggae nights.  

Revellers, who are willing to leave their comfort zones, are set to feast from this first ever festival in the Okavango Delta, Botswana.

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 The Yoga Lily Tent will be there to cater for those who want to balance their energy through yoga and meditation. There are some delicious deep relaxation sessions and mindful meditations.

If you are new at it, or an advanced practitioner at the Yoga Lily tent you will be sure to get your Zen on either way. If yoga is not your thing but you still need a quiet place, there will be a massage corner .Nothing better than listening to the festival in the distant while relaxing under the African bush.  It is a bush festival but worry not about your bath time. You will have access to hot showers at the festival!  The community is offering a hot shower set up at the main campsite. There is a donation fee of P10 per shower. Part of the fun is to dress up in the craziest clothes. Anything glittery feathery, super-colourful always works a treat. All are encouraged to bring out their inner child out to play. Those sequined pants you always wanted to wear but never found the right event for? This is the time!

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Festival goers are advised to bring along Sunscreen & Swimming cozzies Hats & Sunglasses Cameras One empty container to for your water refills from the Aquarite Theme Camp Travel mug of your own so you can buy drinks from the bar Plate, knife and fork of your own so you can eat from the food stalls, National Identity Card to drink alcohol if you look under 18yrs old! Comfortable footwear & flip flops enough cash to buy food,  drinks, ice, souvenirs, pay for activities such as helicopter rides.

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Your credit card – this facility may just work in the bush! Don't forget to book your shuttle to get to the Festival Island for The Okavango Delta Music Festival! Shuttles depart from the Tshilli Cafe to the Festival Island at the following dates/times ONLY: Friday 31st August: 9am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm and 7pm Saturday 1st September: 10#m, 12pm, 4pm, 7pm. Shuttles shall depart from the Festival Island back to Maun at the following dates/times only: Saturday 1st September: 10am, 12pm, 6pm: Sunday 2nd September at 10am, 11am, 2pm, 4pm, 5pm, 7pm. You need to book a place on a shuttle and pay in advance. Tickets will not be sold at the door.



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