The 2017 Iflix Victoria Falls carnival community party saw thousands of merry makers attending the festival which was part of the early New Year celebrations with a scintillating performance by Africa’s top artists; Black Coffee and Mi Casa.

The 3-day extravaganza the Iflix Victoria Falls Carnival continues with the plus 5000 carnival enthusiasts currently in Africa’s adventure capital, Victoria Falls for the annual event which has grown to be Africa’s most exciting new year’s festival.

A community party was held on the 30th of December with an exciting line-up of artists providing entertainment.

South Africa record producer and celebrated DJ Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo, better known by his stage name Black Coffee, proved why he is among Africa’s biggest artists with an exceptional performance.

Johannesburg-based house band, MiCasa was at its usual best as it kept the carnival-goers on their feet with some of their hits.

Mi Casa’s guitarist and vocalist, Joao da Fonseca, better known as Something, said he was excited to have been among the artists to perform and wished Zimbabweans well in 2018.

The 3-day extravaganza will come to an end with the Unity Concert set for Victoria Falls Primary School as the party-goers come together to count down to 2018 in style.