The Chibuku Neshamwari Dance Festival is back

the herald

Senior Arts Journalist

Organizers of the popular dance festival dubbed “Chibuku Neshamwari Dance Festival” have announced that it is back with a date set for May 28.

Over the years, the festival has offered dance groups worldwide recognition and performances at various corporate and cultural events.

Delta Corporation General Manager – General Affairs, Patricia Murambinda, said the festival has become important in promoting and ensuring that traditional dances, which are one of the crucial intangible cultural heritages, are celebrated.

“Dance and music have played an important role in how people interact, celebrate and tell about our past,” she said.

“To this end, the Chibuku Neshamwari Traditional Dance Festival has kept alive the many traditional dances that define the country and its people.”

“The Chibuku Neshamwari Dance Festival will hold dance competitions, where participants from all 10 provinces of Zimbabwe will pass through and compete against each other.”

She added that the top three winning groups will receive cash prizes.

“It will then culminate in a national final where the winners from all 10 provinces will compete to be crowned the overall winners.”

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