Zimfest Postponed To 2021

The rona has all plans changing

By  | May 05, 2020, 05:29 PM  | Jah Prayzah  | Top of The

The coronavirus pandemic has seen most if not all, events that were scheduled for 2020 postponed to later dates than scheduled.

Organisers of ZimFest Live have announced that this year's show will now take place on July 2021 as opposed to the original scheduled August 1, 2020 date.

"The health, safety, and wellbeing of fans, artists, staff, volunteers, partners, and the wider community is @zimfest_live number one priority," shared Trevor Dongo in a Facebook post.

Zimfest Live is an annual event that takes place at Colesdale Farm, England, and features Zimbabwe’s finest talent.

The one-day event brings together artists from all over Zimbabwe and Africa who share a common love for the African culture. The international event celebrates Zimbabwean culture, arts, music, food, and sports whilst attendees network and basks under the European sun.

South Africa's Zahara is scheduled to perform and Jah Prayzah, Trevor Dongo, and Andy Muridzo are the headline acts that attendees can expect to see.