Campari excites consumers with Dare to Mix Festival
World-renowned premium betters and classic alcoholic drink, Campari has announced its partnership with beer brands across Nigeria for the Dare to Mix Festival billed for October 14, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State capital.
A first of its kind in Nigeria, the festival will continue to reward and celebrate consumers by creating unforgettable experiences. Beer lovers are set to experience a diverse, all-inclusive beer adventure to indulge in a lifestyle where their biggest decision will be how well they mix their favourite beer brand with Campari.
Following the success of the Dare to Mix Festival last year, Campari was reported among the brands that champion mainstream activities in Nigeria considering the huge impact the event created. It is here again this year to excite its consumers with beer mixing experiences.
Speaking ahead of the event, Brand Manager for Campari, Rilwan Shofunde said, “We are excited to be partnering with major beer brands across Nigeria, our aim is to continue to reward consumers with this amazing platform and in order for them to also have a chance to express themselves through the dare to mix festival. We believe consumers will use this opportunity to celebrate the diversity in mixing Campari with different Beer brands.”
The festival will feature various attractions including a mixology session and scintillating performances from Duncan Mighty, Harry Song and Kelly Hansome. There will also be a major performance from the Campari senator himself 2baba and superstar DJ Jimmy Jatt.
Speaking on the Festival, Tubaba said, “I am excited to be a part of yet another Campari ‘Dare To Mix’ Festival. Last year was amazing and I look forward to thrill fans in Port Harcourt this October.”
Meanwhile, Campari has also been rewarding Nigerians nationwide in its ‘Buy N Win’ campaign, where buyers of the product win prizes in raffle draws, and also get free tickets to the Dare To Mix Festival, a celebration of the exciting blend of Campari plus beer.
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