AfrikaBurn 2023: 24 to 30 April

Town Hall – June 4th, 7pm

Howdy again to all you wonderful folk! As the dust has (mostly) settled and we reflect on our experiences in the Tankwa this time round, many conversations are circulating. What worked for you? What didn’t? And how would you do things differently, next time? The place to engage in discussions that could provide the answers to these questions – and more – would be to come along to our Town Hall, on June 4th, at the Bijou (178 Lower Main Road, Observatory, Cape Town) – which is where our offices are located.
At AfrikaBurn this year and over the past few weeks, many people have been raising issues that they feel strongly about, and they cover many of the aspects of our event and the way in which our community views the growth of AfrikaBurn. Growth is the key word here, and how we manage it is central to the discussions we’ll be having at our Town Hall on the night. Just know that the members of our team have absolute faith that, together with our amazing community (that’s you), we’re fully capable of turning any negatives into positives.
So, if you’re in the Cape Town area, come on down and join the conversation – we’d love to have your input.
When: Wednesday 4th June, 7pm
Where: Bijou, 178 Lower Main Road, Observatory, Cape Town
Email your feedback:
If you can’t make it, no problem – we welcome your complaints, compliments, suggestions and insights: please email [email protected] with your input.
Tweet your questions:
We’ll also be hosting a TweetMeet, and you’re welcome to use the tag #AskAfrikaBurn to raise questions during the Town Hall session (7pm – 10pm)
Also available on the night: an audio webinar channel, which will enable you to listen in if you’re not able to attend. To listen in, use this link and click ‘Join This Class’ button:
(thanks to Donna McCallum for gifting us this webinar facility!)
Car guards will be provided on the night.

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