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Rift Valley Festival – Fisherman’s Camp Naivasha

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Rift Valley Festival – Fisherman’s Camp Naivasha

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Rift Valley Festival – Fisherman’s Camp Naivasha
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Date : 29th to 31st August 2014
Venue : Fisherman’s Camp , Lake Naivasha
Advance season tickets – KES 1000
Season tickets at the gate- KES 1200
Tickets will be available on Ticketsasa.

Catch A Glimpse of Rift Valley Festival 2013

The Rift Valley Festival is back! This year we are bigger and better. Fisherman’s Camp on the shores of Lake Naivasha will once again come alive to three days of globally sourced bands, musicians and world class DJ’s pumping all weekend over three stages. The festival site will be a wonderland of magic arenas such as “Art In The Heart”, “Craft Village”, “Home Of A Hundred Drums”, “Kiddy Heaven”, “Boutique Camping” and all under the stars of Kenya’s Great Rift Valley

During the Rift Valley Festival we aim to showcase a diverse and exciting mix of musical artists, dj’s and performers from Kenya, Afirca and around the world. It will be a musical journey through various styles and we aim to offer something for every taste. The artists that we have invited will be helping to create an event that is both inspiring, unique and truly open to all of Kenya and beyond.
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Ticket Info:

ADVANCED DAY TICKETS @ KSH 2000 AND ADVANCED WEEKEND TICKETS @ KSH 4000. PLEASE NOTE TICKETS WILL BE MORE ON THE DOOR!

Tickets available through ticketsasa.com
We are releasing very limited edition Ealry Bird 2,500/- Weekend tickets for the first 500 people to hit ticketsasa.com as from 9am Friday 27th June.

Mercury Lounge, ABC place & Junction Nairobi.
Hidden Agenda, Sarrit Centre Nairobi & Nakuru
Que Pasa, Karen.
La Belle inn, Naivasha
Fisherman’s Camp, South Lake Road, Naivasha.
Kengeles, Lavington, Nairobi
Tamambo Bar and restaurant, village market, Nairobi.
Getting to the festivalThe Rift Valley Festival site is a 2 hour drive from Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International airport. The journey is a wonderful welcome to Kenya as the drive takes you out of Nairobi and into the stunning Great Rift Valley.Those coming direct from the airport can hire a taxi outside arrivals or travel into Nairobi and take a matatu (the local bus services) heading to Naivasha for. A further matatu can then take you on to Fisherman’s Camp around the lake.
Contact
Interested in sponsoring RVF? Contact sean@riftvalleyfestival.co.ke
Interested in performing at RVF? Contact info@riftvalleyfestival.co.ke
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1 Comment

  1. Lisa August 6, 2014

    Am lost..so when you book through ticketsasa the huge discount is applicable..which price is the legit one the 1st (1,000.00..)ones or 2nd?

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