AON Out & About 12 – 18 June 2017

Uniquely Namibian music and performance arts grace the stages this week – now just to decide where to go, or pull a few late nights and support them all!



Date: Tuesday, 13 June 2017 @ 20:00 – 23:00

Venue: The Warehouse Theatre

The 2016 Bottomless Coffee Band concert at the Warehouse Theatre sold out completely weeks before the show and the band is excited to make it happen again.

Make your way to the Warehouse Theatre from Tuesdays – Saturdays from 9am – 9pm to get your advance tickets for N$120.



Date: Friday, 16 June 2017 @ 20:00 – 22:00

Venue: The Warehouse Theatre

Namibian Tales will travel from Amsterdam to the Kalahari Desert, Namibia in June this year to join musical forces with four grandmothers from the Ju/’Hoansi San (‘Bushmen’) community!

This collaboration dives into the wealth of traditions of the San people and offers an exciting musical journey for the Amsterdam-based quartet.

Namibian Tales, an acoustic quartet, was founded by percussionist Sjahin During and vocalist Shishani in Amsterdam, the Netherlands in 2015.

In 2016, the group received the Best World Music Production award for their debut album “Itaala” in the Netherlands. Shishani & Namibian Tales have been praised for crafting a distinct sound with their unusual instrumentation, blending Namibian inspired elements with diverse sonic influences.

The San people carry the oldest DNA in human history. They are the longest surviving indigenous population on earth and have been called “Children of the World.” Together with the Ju/’Hoansi singers from the Kalahari Desert the Namibian Tales will explore new musical territory with ancient songs, blending them with elements of contemporary urban western music.

This rare musical meeting will hopefully become an inspiration to develop new ways to pass on this unique heritage of songs, rhythms and dances from the San for generations to come. The second tour will take place in Europe in the summer of 2018.

Namibian Tales are in partnership with the Museums Association of Namibia on this project, with support of UNESCO’s International Fund for Cultural Diversity, the National Arts Council of Namibia, Dutch Consulate and KLM.

Tickets for this event are  on EventsToday –



Date: Saturday, 17 July 2017 @ 19:00

Venue: De Kayak

Dance showcase hosted by Fusion Funk Dance studio. F.A.M.E will be amazing dance show with diverse dance styles from Ballroom dance styles like the waltz, to Latin dance styles like the salsa an Tango.

This will be a platform for out toddlers age 3+ to present their skills in creative dancing and have the youth show off their skill in African Hip-Hop, Contemporary, Modern Dancing and break dancing.

Definitely a show not to be missed.

Single Tickets- N$ 350

Ticket for 2- N$ 500

Dress code- Black Tie