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Festival Finalé Party

Apology from the Festival Organisers

We apologise to all members of the public, the festival crew, and citizens of Jambiani: all of whom were very much looking forward to the Festival Finalé Party.

Unfortunately, we were severely let down by the party organisers, mainly due to a last minute change of venue. We understand people experienced problems with travel, meals, drinks, toilets, and accommodation.

Busara Promotions very much regret the disappointment of the evening and the damage to our reputation. We shall do all that is reasonably possible to ensure that this won’t happen again.

Jambiani Beach
Jambiani Beach

The Festival Finalé Party was on Tuesday 16 February 2010 from 4pm - 4am at Jambiani, on Zanzibar's east coast.

how to get there? where to stay?

For bookings across a range of hotels in Jambiani 
(prices $30 - $130 per room)
and for information about transport from Stone Town
please contact:

or +255 777 504 044
or +255 785 099 263

Festival Party Sponsor

Zanzibar Hotel Group at Sau Inn, Jambiani
For transfers and accommodation bookings info@zanzibarhotelgroup.com
or +255 777 504 044
or +255 785 099 263

Gorge yourself on delicious Swahili cuisine, dodge acrobats and fire-eaters, and then dance the night away to the Routes in Rhythm Soundsystem - playing some of the finest dance music from around the world.
location says it all

Do you really need an excuse to slip town and head for one of the most beautiful beaches in East Africa?

After four nights in Stone Town the festival decamps to a beautiful beach location for a special grand finalé celebration.


The party starts off really gently among the long shadows of lazy afternoon, some music sets the mood, maybe a performance of local dancing or acrobatics,

Jambo Brothers Acrobats SzB06
and then more music - something acoustic and chilled into sunset.
Sinachuki Kidumbak at Routes in Rhythm beach party 2006 Other performances follow into the evening; it’s probably a good idea to order some food before it gets too busy.
By 9pm more locals have arrived.
People in the periphery are gradually getting drawn in, entwined in the web, things are hotting up - make way for dancing.

Routes in Rhythm in action

Routes in Rhythm in action


Before long the party is really rocking and the dancefloor stays full long into the night. 

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