Infinite Word Festival postponed to next year

Moeng
Moeng

The Infinite Word Festival, which was scheduled to take place at the end of November to early December, has been postponed to 2016 due to lack of sponsorship.

One of the organisers of the event, Kenneth “Cutrite” Moeng, said they approached a number of companies to sponsor in part or in full but most, if not all, did not have any funding to support the initiative.

The festivals were billed for Gaborone, Francistown, and Maun. He said the total estimate of the project was P297, 000, with much of the costs going towards payment of performers, technical services, marketing, and advertising.

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