Award-winning musician Jah Prayzah will make his debut appearance at the Victoria Falls Carnival, where fans can expect nothing short of fireworks.
Africa’s most exciting music and adventure festival, Victoria Falls Carnival returns for its 11th edition from April 28 to 30, 2023.
The carnival, which takes place in one of the most beautiful places in the world, the heart of Africa, offers fans from around the world adrenaline-pumping adventure activities during the day, followed by the Vic Falls Carnival Main Stage at the Elephant Hills Resort.
Jah Prayzah has several hit albums to his credit which include Sungano Yerudo (2013), Jerusarema (2015), Tsviriyo (2013), Chitubu (2018), Mdara Vachauya (2016), Gwara (2021) and the 2020 release Hokoyo.
The Nyeredzi hitmaker is currently working on yet another album expected to be released next month.
Born Mukudzeyi Mukombe, Jah Prayzah is popularly referred to by his fans as “Musoja”, a vernacular Shona word for soldier, a name he earned mostly because of his band’s military fatigue.
As a young boy, he liked writing, reading his father’s Shona novels, swimming in the river with friends, and hunting but most importantly, however, he liked to sing.
Some of the artists who have been confirmed to perform at the Victoria Falls festival are Black Motion, a South African house duo, Mzansi’s amapiano musician Musa Keys, Mafikizolo, Andrea the Vocalist, Mi Casa, Enzo Ishall, songbird Anita Jaxson and Oskido, among others.
The carnival’s general access ticket for the day-one pass is pegged at US$50, a two-day pass is US$65 and a three-day pass costs US$90.
For the VIP ticket, a three-day pass is going for US$295. It includes access to a VIP viewing deck with a private VIP bar and toilet facilities, a private pool party (April 29), sunset cruise that will include drinks and snacks.
The pass also allows the holder to attend live performances at Pure Africa on April 28 and April 29. It also includes a private VIP party with headline acts on April 30.
On the whole, the Victoria Falls Carnival offers festival goers fun and entertainment.
For the first time, the Vic Falls Carnival is partnering with The Wild Africa Fund, an organization that aims to promote wildlife tourism and carbon offset as sources of conservation and sustainable development funding and to raise awareness of poaching, habitat loss, and human-wildlife conflict.
This initiative aims to preserve Africa’s natural beauty and wildlife and the communities that rely on it.