Tickets to Calabar International Jazz Festival Now Available on Jumia

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Calabar International Jazz Festival

One of the biggest Holidays this year is around the corner and Calabar is hosting some of the biggest artists around the world at this years Calabar International Jazz Festival this easter.

Guess who’s going to be there? Keisha cole, Liquid deep from South Africa, Asa, Yinka Davies, Dare Art Alade and many more. Calabar International Jazz festival happens to be during the easter weekend packed with so much fun activities. Just take this as your mini getaway and enjoy everything calabar has to offer for 4 days.

The festival is not only for Jazz lovers as their are tourist activities you can get up too,┬áSome of which are historical and cultural tours, boat cruises, a culinary session of traditional Calabar dishes, witnessing of the Calabar festival Marathon and many more. There will also be the chance to experience Music Meets Photography, a live music event where you can get your picture taken in a variety of scenes by some of Nigeria’s most talented photographers and it will be displayed at different locations in Nigeria.

Here is the Amazing part, Jumia is offering to deliver tickets to your doorstep for the calabar International Jazz Festival, Anywhere in Nigeria you are. So if you are thinking of doing that quick getaway for Easter calabar is the place to be and Jumia is the one taking you there.

Jump online to Book your tickets to Calabar International Jazz Festival [rad-hl]Here[/rad-hl]

This Article was written by Olamide Amosu

 

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