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Lake Of Stars Festival, Malawi, Africa.

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Last year, set by the shimmering waters of Lake Malawi, 200 people from the UK travelled to southern Africa and became part of an incredible and special event which captured the hearts and minds of all. Local Malawian musicians joined forces with British DJs – including Groove Armada’s Andy Cato – and made history with The Lake of Stars Festival which helped raise money for The Children in the Wilderness, an AIDS foundation.

This year’s festival takes place from the 9th – 11th September, again by the incredible Lake Malawi, with special guests Felix B from Basement Jaxx and turntablist DJ Yoda headlining.

Add many of the UK’s top resident DJs and a brace of Malawian music talent including Wambali & Ma Nyasa, Mabingu, Black Missionaries, Peter Mawanga & Amaravi, Real Elements and Tikhu Vibrations and it is again set to be an amazing 3-day music and cultural celebration, once more raising money for the Children in the Wilderness Foundation.

Tickets are still available for the festival and can be purchased in various places around Malawi.

Tickets are available from the following outlets:

Lilongwe:
· Harry's Bar, Old Town
· Denzel Gift Shop, Crossroads Complex
· Central African Wilderness Safari's, Bisnowaty Centre
Blantyre:
· Central African Wilderness Safari's (in Ryalls Hotel)
· Power 101FM, Limbe
Mzuzu:
· Sombrero Restaurant



Contact: in Malawi:
Diana@wilderness.mw festival@eomw.net
And in UK:
will@chibuku.com

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