International Night at TaTe Village

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International Night at TaTe Village

The TaTe Village, located in the heart of Windhoek, will host an exciting event tomorrow aimed at celebrating cultural diversity and showcasing why Namibia is such an awesome place.

Set for their rooftop bar, the event dubbed ‘International Night’ will provide guests with an opportunity to witness the breathtaking sunsets that Windhoek is famous for while enjoying a relaxing atmosphere. 

Dolce and Kapana, a local food joint, will be present to tantalise guests’ taste buds with some local delicacies from 16h00 till late.

Entry is free.

One of the organisers Jeh Khan told VIBEZ! that although the ‘International Night’ is more specifically themed than TaTe Village’s previous events, it promises to be just as engaging and interactive. 

“For the most part, many of our guests and clients consist of people from all around the world and locals. We hope to achieve a celebration of cultural diversity and showcase why Namibia is such an awesome place that offers something unique to the rest of the world,” he said.

The ‘International Night’ provides a platform for people from different parts of the world to come together and engage in conversation.

The TaTe Village team said the idea to host the event was inspired by the curiosity and intrigue shown by their international guests and local Namibians about the country’s beauty, people, and different cultures.

While the focus of the event is to celebrate cultural diversity and foster conversation and interaction among people of different backgrounds, organisers promise to provide exciting music that represents the globe fully.

The event will have experienced and well-trained security personnel, access control measures, and other protocols in place to ensure safety.

“We invite everyone to join us for an evening of engaging with people from different parts of the world, participating in activities focused on global diversity, and enjoying local flavours.”