Royal feast for Limpopoweans!

 Ok, here it is.

 Limpopo is the land of myths, legends, beautiful scenery and landscape, as well as majestic Baobab trees and what happens in this province remains here…

 Yes, September is a tourism month and we ought to celebrate our Heritage, right?

 So, one of the hidden gems in the province Nandoni Dams will extend the hand of welcome, stomp and excitedly beat the drums (like demons possessed) to thousands of party-revelers as part of the Royal Gardens music fest.

 It unfolds in September 14 from 2pm until wee hours of the next day at the celestial Royal Gardens.

 Since its launch last year, it has become a melting pot for various cultures both locally and internationally, since the province borders Botswana, Moz and Zimbabwe- SA’s tenth province as depicted by locals.

Now that’s what we call ‘economical emancipation’ for the Limpopoweans.

According to the organisers, the Royal Spring Fesival will provide the province with an opportunity to unify its citizens and their neighbouring countries to celebrate the rich cultural heritage and promote tourism in the province, elevating the level of growing excitement amongst young adults, emerging business individuals, students and tourist enthusiasts, alike.

Last year’s attendance is expected to triple with a turn out of thousands of revelers.

Tight and visible security will be out in full force. So, no illegal tickets will go unnoticed.

Tickets are available from R100pre-sale at Computicket and R150.00 after 7pm.

It is presented in association with SABC’s flagship Phalaphala FM.

For more info go to: www.royalgardens.co.za

Yes, a favourite local Marula drink will be on offer to quench our thirst…Amen!




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