AON Out & About: 21 – 27 August 2017

Jazz, marimbas and some serious pedal power in Windhoek this week to recover from the sudden cold that gripped Windhoek this past week. Get warmed up with soul, rhythm and your heart rate!


Date & Time: Thursday, 24 August 2017 @ 19:00 – 21:30

Venue: Hilton Kalabar

Chantell Uiras is an actress, spoken word artist and a musician with unique sensuality.

Her voice lends itself to soothing, laid back ballads which are her trade mark, but it does not end there…

The combination of her and Nyasha Chirau, a Zimbabwean vocalist and her accompanist on keyboards and percussion, creates a deeply rooted, soulful African synergy.




Date: Friday, 25 August 2017 @ 21:00 – 23:00

Venue: Warehouse Theatre – Boiler Room

Ongoma is back at the Boiler Room with a beautifully souped-up sound in the form of brand new state-of-the-art marimbas, hand built in Zimbabwe. Marimba means “Voice of wood”.

Their voices of wood are a trio of soprano, tenor, and base marimbas, played by Raymond Mupfumira, Thabiso Dube and Hatitye Mtukwa with Chris Eiseb and Manyiza Andre on percussion.

Ongoma’s sound is the sound of Africa. Contemporary expressions on traditional instruments.

Think township vibe.

A fusion of African classics, funky original compositions and high energy rhythms in true “The natives are restless…” fashion.


Date & Time: 25 August 2017 @ 08:00  – 27 August 2017 @ 17:00

Venue: Arrebusch

Get ready for some serious pedal power – it`s time for 2017 Tour de Windhoek!

Sign up for this fun challenge with exciting prizes to be won.

The three day 5 stage road tour in and around Windhoek are open for teams of five, covering a total distance of 400km. Riders opting for a ‘light’ race can team up for a 3 stage 210 km race, open for ladies and individual riders.

Don`t miss out!