Spoilt for choice

Bank Windhoek entertains the coast this festive season

06 December 2019 | Art and Entertainment

There are a host of events to look forward to this festive season at the coast.

Bank Windhoek will host the annual Summer Festival this holiday season for visitors to the coast from today until 21 December.

The festival has lined up a wide variety of entertainment and activities for holidaymakers, who plan to celebrate the festive season at the coast.

Swakopmund KIA Makietie

This event will take place today and tomorrow at the Vineta North sports field in Swakopmund, from 10:00 until 23:00. The organisers promise an extensive programme packed with exciting festivities. Some of the activities include wine tastings by leading South African and Namibian wine estates and a music festival featuring exciting line-ups of international and national musicians.

Bank Windhoek Swakopmunder Musikwoche

The 2019 Bank Windhoek Swakopmunder Musikwoche will take place from Sunday to 14 December. The annual music event will be hosted under the patronage of the German Evangelic Lutheran Church’s Swakopmund community.

Music professionals from both national and international institutions have been invited to instruct and assist young and old Namibian musicians.

The event will also feature a free open general rehearsal on Saturday, 14 December from 9:00 to 13:00. The main concert will be staged at the Trendhaus from 19:00 on the same day.

Bank Windhoek Kehat Beukes Memorial Chess Tournament

Chess enthusiasts can look forward to the Namibia Chess Federation’s Bank Windhoek Kehat Beukes Memorial Chess Tournament taking place in Swakopmund tomorrow and Sunday. The annual tournament, which will be staged at the Swakopmund municipal conference centre, aims to attract international travellers and the best local chess players to compete for top honours over nine rounds.

Two Hands Clapping

Aldo Behrens, Theo Cookson, Christene Cookson, and The Mascato Singers will host an entertaining theatrical play, Two Hands Clapping, at Swakopmund’s Haus der Jugend on 19 December.

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