Music Festivals

Music Festivals

Tanzania plays host yearly to one of the most popular music festivals in East Africa, with hundreds of artists from around the world coming to show you their unique music styles.

When visiting these kind of music festivals, you can expect the party to carry on late into the night, or even the early hours of the morning.

Music festivals often attract many tourists, who enjoy listening and being educated about music of the continent. Although some international stars do show up, it is mostly about promoting local artists, allowing them to get their music to the masses.

For more information on visiting a music festival while on your Tanzanian Safari contact us.


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