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2nd edition of Oktoberfest Lusaka, dubbed “Beerville” attended by over 4,000 guests

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The gardens of Chita Lodge in Lusaka turned into a lively beer garden. The second edition of Oktoberfest Lusaka, a beer festival dubbed “Beerville” received over 4,000 guests who were entertained with a musical lineup of rotating Djs. DJ V Jeezy was the headline act, making history as the first local artist to headline an Oktoberfest in Zambia. Beerville came alive with over 15 vendors ranging from kraft beer to delicious festival food. Circus Zambia and Zambian Breweries were there with thrilling activations. We are already counting down to next year, hope to see you there!

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18 COMMENTS

  1. Hahaha.:: that’s all we know…

    Beer, and Pull Him Down Cyndrom

    When it comes to national issues… they claim they are busy in their ka 9 to 5 jobs as accountants and bus drivers…

    Hahaha laughable really!

  2. You won’t see these young hip and educated people being so proud of Zambia’s own festivals like Kuomboka.

  3. Festivals like these should revolve around food and promote local produce from local farmers.. independent breweries not just these big greedy breweries that want us to be their drunk zombies.

    • Asians don’t drink that much most easily get drunk…they would rather make money than get drunk or sell the natives fake drink.

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      Fun you say that @Jay Jay because you are absolutely right. Naturally Asians can’t handle alcohol very well, it’s genetic. I had an Asian friend at uni many years ago and he would change colour and get really ill after a few drinks.

      Yep looks like they had fun… let them enjoy, they are young and carefree. But I agree that trying to celebrate Germany culture looks like trying too hard and forced. There are many traditional events they could promote but they think they wouldn’t look cool. I just hope their judgment wasn’t clouded and used condoms with all the HIV in Zambia.

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