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Events this weekend – News

There’s always something happening in Windhoek. Before it gets too cold to be on these streets, join one of the many exciting events taking place this weekend.

Vinyls Cafe in Windhoek will host a poetry night on Friday, themed ‘Where words move and hearts move’. Tickets are N$70 in advance and N$100 at the door, which opens at 7:30 p.m.

For theater lovers, Keith Vries and Patrick Sam will bring their performance poetry production ‘Coming Home Dead’ back to the stage for an encore on Friday at 7pm. Tickets cost 200 Namibian dollars.

The Loft is bringing in South African hitmaker ‘Abo Mvelo’ Daliwonga for a night of thrills and spills on Friday. On Saturday, the party continues as DJ Alba Nvlo celebrates 10 years in the music world with his own all-star lineup. Tickets cost N$100.

For the ladies, why not attend the Women Entrepreneurs Collaboration Event at Avani’s Stratos Ballroom? Speakers include well-known female business owners, presented by Elago Shitaatala, with musical performances. A spot will cost you N$700 and starts at 2pm.

You can also attend Mutindi Jacobs’ Interior Design and Homemaking Masterclass at the Belvedere Boutique Hotel from 10am on Saturdays and Sundays. For N$1,900, you can learn a few tricks of the trade.

Spoken poetry is making a resurgence and on Saturday you can have a front row seat to ‘Frankly Speaking’ starring some local speakers at Muso’s Cafe. N$50 gets you access to the event scheduled for 6:00 p.m.

Also on Saturday, but at Vinyls Cafe, you can catch musician Dee’A and Hot Pocket Band for a night of jazz music with a local twist. Tickets cost N$300 and the show starts at 6:30 p.m.

To round out the weekend, join Namibia’s Drag Superstar for Drag Night Unplugged at Anna’s Kloovenburg. The dress code is Emblems of royalty. Tickets cost N$120 in advance and N$150 at the door, which opens from 5pm.

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