The Bushfire Festival, which takes place in Swaziland every year, was filled with a rhythmic atmosphere recently.
This year the festival was celebrating 10 years, and House on Fire was filled with more than 20,000 people.
— Sauti Sol (@SautiSol) May 29, 2016
More than 20 different groups and artists travelled all the way to the kingdom to entertain and bring joy to the thousands who attended the festival. The Klitsgras drumming group from Pretoria were among them.
PICTURES: The Klitgras drummers teaching others how to play the West African Djembe at the Bushfire Festival in Swaziland. CREDIT: Karen Mwendera
It was their first time performing at The MTN BushFire in Swaziland and the reactions were all positive.
“We don’t get this much support … in South Africa,” said Andries Bruyns, founder of Klitsgras
eNCA mobile journalist Karen Mwendera was there and produced the video above to bring the rhythmic drumming experience to you.
– Takondwe Mwendera