Out & About 28 May – 3 June 2018

Folk-pop duo Bottomless Coffee returns to tour Namibia, the Kasi Vibe festival kicks off this weekend and go running for a good cause supporting the SPCA. Something for everyone this weekend in the 061.


Date: Tuesday, 29 May 2018 at 18:00 – 20:00

Venue: Goethe-Institut Namibia

Sculptures of conflict and collaboration.

An exhibition of mostly metal sculptures created from recycled materials by Ismael Shivute and Mateus Alfeus. 

Some pieces were produced in collaboration and some independently, but still in the same space. The artists aim to project the dynamics of human interaction that results in conflict or harmony.

The exhibition curated by Start Art Gallery will run until 15th June 2018.

Opening Times: Mon-Thurs: 09:00-17:30 / Fri. 09:00-14:00



Date: Thursday, 31 May 2018 at 20:00 till late

Venue: Warehouse Theatre

Multi-Instrumental Folk-Pop Duo Bottomless Coffee Band has steadily been making waves in the SA Music Industry and fans will be delighted with the news that their second full length album “Anthelia” was released in February 2018.

What makes their performances unusual and unique is that Lourens and Esté, apart from the vocals, play up to 12 instruments between the two of them during their live shows.

The two evenings at the Warehouse Theatre Windhoek are proudly sponsored by Jameson Irish Whiskey.

Namibians will be happy to know that the band will be in the country for an entire month this year! BCB will be returning to Windhoek, Tsumeb and Swakopmund and have added Omaruru and Mariental to their 2018 tour.

Tickets: N$150.00




Date: Friday, 01 – Sunday, 02 June 2018, at 11:00 – 23:45

Venue: Sam Nujoma Stadium

“Kasi” remains the common slang used amongst the young people in the location to refer to the location they are from, home. 

It is against this background that Kasi Vibe strives to create a platform closer to the people in the location with the objectives to bring out young entrepreneurs and SMEs to come out and showcase their innovative products and assist our sponsors to build their brands while empowering youth in the process.

Entry tickets (N$30.00) available on www.today.com.na/events, on PayToday, and on Airtime City vending machines. 




Date: Saturday, 02 June 2018 at 07:00 – 10:00

Venue: United Sport Fields

SPCA Red Dress Charity Run 

Come run in your red and support a good cause! Fun run or walk for all. Bring your dog, friends and family and get those tails wagging.

Whether you do the walk or not… there will be Frühschoppen, Food & Drinks, Entertainment & Live Music from 8:00 till 12:00.

Dare to dress in red, be creative and win cool prizes.  

Registration at 07:00

Race starts 7:30 at the United sports fields.

Adults – N$80.00 / Kids & Pensioners – N$50.00

Kids under 2 years and dogs participate for free.