There is no event-long or day passes; each show or concert must be purchased individually, and it can get pricey (15$ per ticket). But this means you can end up saving if there is one band you're dying to see.
The best performers I saw were Ismael Lo from Senegal, a group of local Shona bira music, and a South African jazz-hip hop favorite, Tumi and the Volumes (see clip below).
Musicians from all over Africa come to perform at this six day festival: Zim, South Africa, Senegal, Nigeria, and Kenya.
From Italy, the ScarlattineTeatro troop performed a three person play called 24583 Little Creepy Wonders that was inventive and minimalist with set design and wildly humorous without understanding any of the Italian lines. The story was about a boy named Pasquale trying to fit in. You see, Pasquale has Dracula-sharp teeth. What makes it funnier, is that the boy was a balloon, and the actors don't miss a chance to take advantage of this helium figure, and even joke about.