Cape Town - Northern Cape’s Stonehenge Farm in the Tankwa
Karoo was once again transformed into a fiery spectacle of culture and art at the
A gathering to celebrate and unleash creative expression, participants
integrate a variety of art, music, spectacular performances, weird and wonderful
costumes and burning structures, in a week’s-long festival.
Snow flurries in Lesotho bring happiness ahead of the Gin, Wine and Jazz
“AfrikaBurn’s aim is to be radically inclusive and
accessible to anyone,” says the event on
A Festival like no other, AfrikaBurn says “Nothing is for
sale but ice at the event”.
“There are no vendors, no advertising or branding. It just
doesn’t fit in. It’s not even a barter economy – it’s a decommodified zone with
a gift economy,” it adds.
The Festival that’s “about giving without expecting anything
in return” closed on Sunday with a myriad of photos and videos showing the colourful originality
of this one-of-a-kind event. Take a look: