Nyege Nyege gets a new home as it bounces back on the scenes after organizers announce its return this September, following a two-year halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
While unveiling“Itanda Falls” on the shores of River Nile in Jinja City as the new venue for the next five years. According to the organizers, this will be the most historic edition by far with a new location, fresh experiences, plus a massive lineup of more than 300 artists from all over the world.
“This will be the most historic edition after two years of lockdown with a new location and fresh experiences. Nyege Nyege will live up to its reputation as the most adventurous and amazing party on Planet Earth, putting Uganda at the very centre,” said Nyege Nyege co-founder Derek Debru.
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— Nyege Nyege (@NyegeNyegeFest) May 13, 2022
The Talent Africa CEO Aly Alibhai cited, “As organizers, we are looking forward to creating awesome event experiences at this year’s edition after two years of missing the event.”
This year’s festival comes with a special emphasis on visual art installations, innovative stage design, a luxurious camping experience, and new tourism activities, such as rafting the Nile rapids to the festival’s shores. It will be from the 15th of September to the 18th of 2022.