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#SautiZaBusara2018 preparations getting into high gear
Sauti za Busara festival brings together people from different backgrounds to celebrate African music under African skies. The 2018 edition will rock the walls of Zanzibar’s Stone Town over four days during 8 – 11 February 2018 with 44 performances live on three stages. Details are being finalised with ‘headline’ artists; please check official festival website for the latest news
#UnitedinMusic: 400 artists perform 44 shows on three stages: Old Fort; Forodhani Gardens (Feb 8 – 11) Carnival Parade: All are welcomed to join the festival kick off with ‘Full Mzuka!’ across the city (Feb 8) Swahili Encounters: Local and visiting musicians meet, exchange and collaborate (Feb 5 – 10) Movers & Shakers: Networking for local and visiting music industry professionals (Feb 9 – 11) After-Party: Busara vibes continue with African music DJs at a fabulous beach location tbc (Feb 13) Busara Xtra: Festival fringe activities across Zanzibar. Let us know; we’ll promote your events (Feb 1 – 17)
Tickets & Passes
Tickets for Sauti za Busara 2018 are available online to buy securely and safely with 50% discount for all African passport-holders and EAC Residents. Special prices are offered for Tanzanian citizens. Early Bird Supersaver discounts are available for all nationalities – but only until 31 October!
In addition, we offer complimentary tickets with bulk bookings for hotels, travel and tour operators.
For ticket prices see www.busaramusic.org/festivals/tickets/
A limited number of stall spaces are available for rental inside or close to the Old Fort throughout the festival, to trade or display your goods. Priority is given to local and East African traders offering unique and locally-made arts, crafts, clothes, music, food and refreshments.
Click here for stalls and traders application form