GIMC 2018


  • Gaborone International Music and Culture Week.

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    Gaborone is the capital and largest city of Botswana with an estimated population of 250 thousand people based on the 2011 census. Gaborone is situated at 24°39′29″S 25°54′44″E between Kgale and Oodi Hills, on the Notwane River in the southeastern corner of Botswana, and 15 kilometers (9.3 miles) from the South African border. The city lies at an elevation of 1,010 meters (3,310 ft.) above sea level. Gaborone International Music and Culture Week or GIMC is a multi discipline event that celebrates Gaborone City and its residents. GIMC is held annually every first week of september. GIMC showcases cultural celebrations, comedy, poetry, music festival, fashion, Jazz, Golf day to name a few. Performers are selected from across the region, internationally as well as top local artists. Some of the proceeds from the event are donated to deserving NGO’s especially ones that seek to uplift less fortunate members of the community.



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    Attended GiMC in 2017

    GIMC is ranked one of the Top 10 Events in africa

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    • The Voice Newspaper

    Locals shine at GIMC

    Local jazz artists held their fort and defended their territory with spectacular performances at the Gaborone International Music and Culture Week Jazz extravaganza held at the Stanbic Bank Piazza in Gaborone.

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    • Weekendpost

    How GIMC benefited business

    The Gaborone International Music and Culture Week (GIMC), has come and its gone, with this year’s edition almost surpassing its prospect with the week-long events having benefited the business community in and around the capital Gaborone.

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    • The Patriot on sunday

    GIMC fever is upon us

    Fish Pabalinga has worked very hard to grow the Gaborone International Music Festival (GIMC) brand – no wonder many are always looking forward to the festival every year.

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