Home Lifestyle Photo Gallery Livingstone International Culture and Arts Festival in Pictures LifestylePhoto Gallery Livingstone International Culture and Arts Festival in Pictures March 30, 2015 3,557 views 19 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Print 1Young grils enjoying their cultural displays at LICAF 2015 2Various cultural displays took centre stage during LICAF2015 3The Zimbabwean Dance Troupe almost stole the show at LICAF 2015 with colourful performances 4The Zambia Army brass band was on hand to lead the carnivcal 5The National Dance troupe of Seychelles doing what they do best at the street carnival 6The members of the Zimbabwe Dance Troupe drumming up during the street carnival in Livingstone 7The dance group from Zimbabwe raise the flag high during the flagging off of LICAF2015 8More colour and skills on display at the street carnival at LICAF2015 9Members of the Seychelles National Dance Troupe added plenty of colour to the festival 10MAN OF THE MOMENT_ ZTB Manaing Director Fekix Chaila keenly follows perfrormances during the street carnival at LICAF2015 11Local acrobats up in the air 12Dignitaries following proceedings at the prize presentation ceremony at the close of the street carnival at LICAF2015 13A young Ngoni figther was a darling of the crowd during the street carnival with his enthrilling performances 14Acrobats from Zambia entertained the crowd with their rare skills_1 15Artistic impressions stole the show at LICAF2015 16Another member of the National Dance troupe during LICAF 2015 street carnival 17Another colourful display by a femal member of a cultural group from Luapula 18Acrobats from Zambia entertained the crowd with their rare skills 19A young member of the Zambia National Dance Troupe shows off his dancing skills 20A member of the Makishi Dance Troupe from Western Zambia mesmerises the crowd at the street carnival during LICAF2015 21A member of a cultural group from Luapula dancing during the street carnival on Mosi-o-Tunya way in Livingstone 22 A cultural group from Northern Province shows off rare dancing skills and eye catching performances [Read 55 times, 1 reads today]Related Posts:Livingstone International Culture and Arts Festival a success-ZTBHotels and Lodges fully booked for 3rd Livingstone International Cultural and Arts FestivalJean Kapata opens the Livingstone International Arts and Cultural FestivalZambia to host an international Arts festivalLusaka’s youth converge for Street Culture Festival Loading... 19 COMMENTS Yes this was a nice day of its kind, well done to those that participated, all the best From your friends in Livingstone 2015 0 0 This is so awesome, not that’s an event I would have loved to attend! 0 0 How did I miss this event. Please Zambia advertise such events adequately so that many can attend. Too bad I missed. This was a colourful event for sure. 0 0 where is @Nostradamus…. ine shocked, so you have carnival festivals also in liverpool Luapula kwa mununga,it is was just rain making science,, what is carvival festival called in luapula again??? 0 0 Lovely more of this but please advertise on CNN, Aljazeera and BBC to attract tourists. This initiative is long over due, should be held yearly. well done. 0 0 @Ndobo, in Luapula we call Carnival as Sandauni… It is too bad that they did want us to demonstrate real witchcraft, like “making rain” or lighting (akalumba!!), we roast fish with just one paper of Post Newspaper. Sorry people, nalele pa chililo caba Willie Nsanda all weekend!! 0 0 When is the next event so that we can budget and set time apart. Next year’s should explosive. 0 0 Great Photos, but make it more civil as much as possible no need for Soldiers. Carnival should be purely Civil whilst Soldiers/police should be clad in non Military attire and placed in Strategic areas for security reasons. Let people express themselves without fear the Brazilian way or even Cape Town. Otherwise good start and don’t politicize it only mayor’s welcome speech. 0 0 Yes remove this “nkhondo nkhondo” part. We are not the only country with soldiers please. Let them also join and enjoy themselves on this day rather than being tenterhooks all the time. 0 0 Wow! What a breather from Edgar and Esther’s load of pictures that LT shove down our throats and will soon attempt another batch from their medical tourism in China. 0 0 Respectfully go scr€w yourself! Something heartwarming instead of the usual politics. 0 0 I wonder why they waited for me to move back to the copperbelt before they decided to hold this carnival!! Conspiracy!!! I should have been there!!!! 0 0 Correction Picture 4 is ZAF Brass Band. 0 0 Indeed and Makishi is from North western province. 0 0 Sankyo very much LT. More names to the pictures…. 0 0 I think picture No. 20 is Gule wamkulu from the east and not makishi 0 0 Nice pics. Way to go 0 0 THIS FESTIVAL SHOULD BE A PERMANENT FEATURE IN LIVINGSTONE, SAMFYA, MPULUNGU, NSUMBU AND OTHER TOURIST CENTRES IN ZAMBIA. THESE ARE SOME OF THE THINGS THAT DRAW VISITORS TO A COUNTRY. THIS IS LIKE A CARNIVAL. BUT, IT SHOULD BE PLANNED IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE RAINFALL WHEN ALL RIVERS ARE STILL VERY FULL AND VICTORIA FALLS AT IT’S BEST. LET PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD START TO PLAN THEIR HOLIDAYS AROUND THE SAME FESTIVALS. AND ASSIGN OUR DESIGNERS TO IMPROVE OUR TRADITIONAL COSTUMES, ETC. WELL DONE TO THOSE WHO MADE IT HAPPEN. 0 0 Good to see people decently dressed. But much more, I like the cleanness unlike the dirty we used to see which we see in Lusaka. Clean environment equals good health. well done Livingstone. Don’t allow street vendors anymore 0 0 Comments are closed.