ZCF23 Feedback

Did you enjoy Zomba City Festival 2023 (ZCF23)? Please share your positive feedback with us? But surely there are things we can do better or things you have missed. We would like to hear your view on this year’s festival and what we can improve. Don’t be shy and share your thoughts and ideas. We do want you to share your learning points for the festival.

We give away a dinner for 2 at Pakachere, a night at Mango Drift (Likoma), a t-shirt and a ticket for next year to 4 people who give us feedback the questionnaire below AND share a picture of themselves at the festival on social media with the tags #ZombaCityFestival and #ZCF23

Thank you very much! We appreciate your feedback as we want to improve 🙂 Zikomo kwambiri.

What would you like to win?
Please tick the box(es) of the days you visited one of the 8 locations. Maybe it was 1 day only or all days.
Please rate us: 1 is very bad and 10 is perfect
We would like to know what we can improve, so uyou feedback is important to us to make next year’s festival bigger and better 🙂
We want people to explore the city and enjoy all kinds of arts & activities for families, young creatives, elderly people, arts lovers, party people, etc. Is that something you love or hate?
What did you like best? Loved them all? Please describe below in the box. Only visited 1 activity? Please tell us why
You can add elements of the festival you like but are not listed
Did you feel safe? If yes, please check ‘fantastic’. If not, click on very bad
We had 2 for the price of 1 (8,000 per ticket) 16,000 early bird 25,000 for 4 days at the door 10,000/15,000 day tickets children under 12 for free Do you think that is cheap, fair or just right?
There is always room for improvement. What did you miss? What went wrong?
Where do you stay: Are you residing in Zomba, Lilongwe, Karonga, Chikwawa or outside the country?
Please share with us your age. This is important for us to know. Thank you for sharing.

Zomba City Festival 2023 was funded by the Sound Connects Fund, an initiative by the Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) and Goethe-Institut. The Sound Connects Fund is made possible with the financial contribution of the European Union and the support of the Organisation of ACP States.