The third annual Beerville Oktoberfest was held on Saturday, 7th September at the Chita Lodge Gardens in Lusaka from 12pm until late. The event that is dubbed as a “city Oktoberfest” has become a favorite among beer festival enthusiasts. Beerville 2019 saw an attendance of over 4,000 people with the Mayor of Lusaka, Miles Sampa as the guest of honour. The mayor made an official toast at the festival alongside Zambian Breweries Country Director, Jose Moran who highlighted the importance of their involvement in the event as lead sponsors.

 

The organisers of the event, PR Girl Media have confirmed that the Beerville Oktoberfest will expand to the Copperbelt next year. “We have received numerous requests to host events in other communities outside of Lusaka. We are ready to take this exciting beer festival to Kitwe next year and hope that this venture opens up more opportunities, collaboration and partnerships.” Stated Monde and Chishimba Nyambe, Managing Partners of PR Girl Media. Plans for the Beerville  2020 Oktoberfest in Lusaka and Kitwe are already underway and further details can be found on the PR Girl Media social platforms.

Pictures from the event

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26 COMMENTS

  1. Father forgive us for we do not know what we are doing. Have mercy on Zambia Lord, in the name of Jesus. Amen.

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    • Immbwa shamu Lusaka.
      That was alot of public sexzy and drugs
      supplied by Kaizer-Valden cartel.
      Where was Rev. Sumaili and PS Rev. Sikwela, maybe they were also cut drunk.
      And next week is National prayers and fasting.
      Close down that Gomora,

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    • Immbwa shamu Lusaka.
      That was alot of public sexzy and drugs
      supplied by Kaizer-Valden cartel.
      Where was Rev. Sumaili and PS Rev. Sikwela, maybe they were also cut drunk.
      And next week is National prayers and fasting.
      Close down that Gomora,

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    • @Sharon, it’s a mess everywhere. Just worry about your family the way you’ve been because it’s not worth it.

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    • Slay queens were out in full force.

      I have nothing against parties or having a good time. But in Lusaka, everyday is literally a party.

      From top to bottom, it is all play, no work.

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    • They probably drove back to their homes under the influence. DUI is a serious crime. Another observation from this is that, Zambia does not have an indigneous beer brand meaning such events are meaningless. ZiB is foreign owned, this was good sales for their marketing dollars. Germany the originator of beer fests has hundreds of local brands they promote at such events. Not copy and paste fyonse mule ipusha the meaning behind such events. Needless to say, an underdeveloped country like Zambia should be cubbing beer drinking and not promoting it, we have a lot of work to do we have not earned dumbwiza rights. Useless event!!!

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    • It’s is alright for ladies to expose their bodies in such a manner and to promote alcohol consumption, alcohol being the number one cause of road accidents, family breakdown and domestic violence but when a 19 year old girl smokes marjiuana you go and sentence her to 10 years with hard labour! There is something wrong with this society of ours and this is why we as a nation will never develop we have evil, sadistic people who have ruled us for too long, we have a mindset that has stuck with us from the Kaunda days till now that is just destroying our development. What is a Beervile..nonsense!!!

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  2. where is the minister of religious ? Honorable Godfridah Sumaili ? why blocking Bushiri and many others and open doors to a 4000 gathering beer drinking and other unmentioned activities in Christian nation?

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    • Why is Zambia a Christian nation in the first place? Unfortunately people who brought Christianity in Zambia don’t even come from christian nations.

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  3. How we successfully manage to adopt foreign cultures and practices and fail to sale our own still puzzles me to this day. What do we lack as a people that makes us hate our heritage?

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  4. I don’t have any issue with people having a great time, it’s summer time in Zambia, it’s ok to have fun on the weekend after a week’s work
    yes I see they hypocrisy by the minister, but that’s no reason to label those who had fun names. I don’t see nothing wrong with having fun as long as they behave responsibly. no driving while drunk and they protect themselves if they want to engage in se xual activities

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  5. One great thing about judgement day is that everyone will only be judged by one’s own sins.

    I see too many people worried about other people’s sins, I wonder what we would uncover if we too a peek at the real lives of all the holier than thou commentators.

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  6. Its just a source of immorality. I cant allow my child to parade in such squad. Show us more educative activities than what I have seen. Ifyakukopa!!!

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  7. Even the mother of all Christian nations Israel gay activities is open, do not be hollier than thou let lusakians enjoy life> Pat2****

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  8. Is this why this guy is paid a lot of hard working tax money for ? Zambia has gone to the dogs from the roots to the branches .

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