RIFT VALLEY FESTIVAL ANTE PORTAS
(Posted 12th August 2013)
The legendary Fisherman’ Camp, already a venue for fun away from the city weekends in my younger days, located directly on the shores of Lake Naivasha, will be the venue for this year’s Rift Valley Festival, which will be co-hosted by social event organizers Blankets and Wine which is moving their fete into the Rift Valley for what will for all purposes be an overnight trip for many, able to relax and let the hair down.
Also partnering is the Kenya Tourism Board, where their staff dealing with the local market leave no opportunity go by without promoting their #TembeaKenya campaign which aims to increase domestic travel by Kenyans and expatriates alike, and especially off the beaten track.
For more details, on the bands playing, the facilities available, the way to get there and alternative overnight places like the Lake Naivasha Country Club or their Kiboko Camp, visit www.riftvalleyfestival.co.ke or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
One day tickets sell for 2.000 Kenya Shillings and for 4.000 Kenya Shillings for the entire weekend. Camp sites will no doubt be booked up soon, as well lodges and camps nearby the venue, so remember, there is no time like the present to make arrangements and have some serious fun, time out and help raise funds for the Ross’ brothers community support programmes.