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The Vodacom Durban July, one of the country’s most anticipated annual events, is set to receive a significant boost in television and online viewers through a new, multi-year broadcast partnership with video entertainment giant, DStv.

The new partnership includes the iconic Vodacom Durban July being broadcast live from Greyville Racecourse on DStv’s SuperSport channels, while extensive coverage of the popular raceday fashion competitions and musical performances will be shown on leading lifestyle channel, Mzansi Magic and music channel, Channel O.

 

The spread of raceday programming and build-up features, along with content cross-promotion on DStv’s social media communities, will ensure that the race is seen by the most viewers in its 121-year history.

 

“The Vodacom Durban July is Africa’s greatest horseracing event as well as South Africa’s most glamorous sporting and social occasion. DStv, with its wide range of channels and customers, is the perfect platform to capture the drama and excitement of this iconic event from every angle.”

 

“Gold Circle is thrilled to be joining DStv in this new broadcast partnership. We’re confident DStv customers across South Africa and Africa will find the content and stories leading up to Raceday entertaining, and will love being part of the action on the day,” said Michel Nairac, Chief Executive Officer, Gold Circle.

 

“DStv is proud to be the official broadcast partner for this year’s Vodacom Durban July. This gives us the opportunity to thank our customers for their support. The Vodacom Durban July is a highlight on the social calendar and a true feast for the senses – and our presence there will be nothing short of a stunning experience. We look forward to welcoming our customers there,” said Simon Camerer, Chief Customer Officer, MultiChoice South Africa.

 

As part of the partnership, DStv will be offering discounted tickets to the first 1000 customers who buy their tickets via Computicket. Details of this discount will be sent directly to DStv customers.

 

Tickets to the Vodacom Durban July are always a hot item on the annual South African event calendar and Gold Circle once again expects a capacity crowd of 55 000 to turn out at Greyville Racecourse, Durban on 7 July 2018.

 

As part of a full programme of day and night races, the Vodacom Durban July main race will be run at 16:20 and will feature an invited field of eighteen of the nation’s top thoroughbreds, all vying for the most coveted trophy in South African horseracing.

 

Meanwhile, the Vodacom Durban July Fashion Experience will showcase creations from eight of South Africa’s top couture designers as well as ten of the most talented up-and-coming designers in the Young Designer Award.  The theme of this year’s event is “It is Time”.

 

Tickets for the event are available from www.computicket.co.za and full event information is available from the official website www.vodacomdurbanjuly.co.za.

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The organizers of the Johannesburg edition of the DISCOP market have unveiled plans to welcome – all under one roof – the largest  ever contingent of independent producers who are driving Africa’s dynamic entertainment and media industries.

500+ film, television, digital and video gaming content producers from all over Africa will converge in Johannesburg for a vibrant 3-day market and co-production forum expected to welcome 1,500+ delegates from 70 countries.

A bespoke program, combining personalized attention with online technology will help entrepreneurial, Africa-trotting producers access funding and distribution opportunities for their finished content, for works in progress, and for projects in development.

 

“DISCOP is increasingly driven by a marked preference for homegrown stories that resonate better with local audiences. Most of these shows are produced by independents for whom it is still very difficult to access business opportunities outside of their home countries.” says Patrick ZUCHOWICKI JUCAUD, DISCOP Markets founder and General Manager, who adds, “After careful consideration, we have decided to reconfigure our markets to better welcome these up-and-coming producers and creators and make their market experience more knowledgeable, more comfortable, more economical – and more rewarding”.

 

For the first time, DISCOP Johannesburg will host an online platform for buyers to screen before, during and after the market, over 1,000+ hours of original content produced in Africa and available for immediate delivery. A special area will be set-up on the exhibiting floor, with ‘On-Demand’ viewing stations open to qualified buyers only. Detailed reporting will then help independent producers in their follow-up efforts.

Screening fees will be built into the cost of each producers’ market badge priced at $250 per delegate. The cost of the badge also includes personalized matchmaking assistance, full use of the ‘Meetings on Demand’ lounge, access to the ‘Next Gen’ knowledge transfer, development and pitching program, and invitations to all social events.

150+ exhibitors representing leading international and regional television and online brands are also expected to take part in DISCOP Johannesburg 2018, alongside Africa’s key broadcasters, pay-tv operators, streaming and mobile platforms.

Online registration for DISCOP Johannesburg will start on Monday 29 May with an ‘Early Bird’ offer to register before Friday 14 September with a 50% discount.

 

 

ABOUT DISCOP

In a move to accelerate the development of a sustainable production and distribution ecosystem across Africa and the Middle East, DISCOP markets are held several times a year in strategic regional industry hubs.

Africa and the Middle East are reasserting themselves as the world’s most coveted entertainment and media marketplace, one that encompasses 70 countries with a combined population of 1.5 billion. By 2030, thanks to a young population and growing middle classes, all indicators point to positive future development – especially in the entertainment and media sectors.

2,500+ delegates from 100+ countries representing 2,000+ global, regional and local entertainment and media companies will attend DISCOP markets in 2018.

NEXT MARKETS

  • DISCOP Abidjan28-30 May 2018
  • DISCOP Zanzibar11-13 July 2018
  • DISCOP Johannesburg14-16 Nov 2018
  • DISCOP Sharm El Sheikh26-28 Feb 2019
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The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is pleased to announce that its broadcast plans for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, taking place from the 14th of June to the 15th of July 2018, are well on track. Today marks exactly 20 days until the kick-off of the tournament in Russia. The public service broadcaster will provide audiences with a world-class broadcast experience of the greatest football spectacle in the world and celebrate the best of what the world’s footballers have to offer.  32 nations will compete to be crowned the greatest in the world and the SABC will cover the best 44 of the 64 matches live across the SABC radio stations, SABC 1 and its digital platforms.  With the tagline ‘Bringing Russia to Mzansi. KuzobaLit!’, the SABC aims to create the (something is missing) vibe and the spirit of the world’s greatest sporting spectacle.

 

#KuzobaLit will be the theme that will be driving the SABC campaign for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The SABC invites its audiences and football loving supporters in South Africa to join the world in watching the greatest story unfolding on a global stage. Thomas Mlambo, Mpho Maboi, Andile Ncube, Lebo Motsoeli and Romy Titus will be the TV anchors during the tournament, who will be assisted by the best local football analysts in the likes of Siphiwe Mkhonza, Phumudzo Manenhze, Marc Lewis, and Duane Dell’Oca..

 

To enable the millions of SABC audiences to consume the matches in the language of their choice, SABC has lined 12 radio stations to broadcast the matches live. The SABC will for the first time be enabling the Khoi and San communities the opportunity to have the world cup matches broadcast in the! Xun and Khwe dialect on XK-FM. In line with the SABC key strategic pillar of delivering the best commentary in all 11 languages, the SABC radio talent will include a pool of sport commentators in the likes of Phalaphala FM’s Sydney Mashige, Motsweding FM’s Brian Letsogo, Ligwalagwala FM’s Sabelo Zulu, Umhlobo Wenene FM’s Thando Gqamane, Ukhozi FM’s Joe Hudla and RSG’s Johann Roussow,amongst the talent lined up for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.

 

Sport at 10 and Soccerzone will broadcast an episode each on the 4th and 9th of Jul The productions will take a four week break, returning to the screens on the 16th and 18th of July 2018 respectively.

 

As the host channel of the tournament, SABC 1 has come up with several schedule changes affecting prime time slots. A transversal approach has been put in place to ensure that television viewers do not lose out on their favourite shows. The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia starts on SABC 1 on Thursday, 14th of June – Sunday, the 15th of July 2018.  The live coverage of the tournament will affect the SABC TV channels as follows.

 

SABC 1 SCHEDULE CHANGES:

SABC 1 will host the soccer tournament providing South African football fans an opportunity to watch the total of 44 matches live. Major changes will be made to the normal SABC 1 schedule between the 17h30 – 24h00 timeslots to accommodate the football spectacle.

 

 

Key SABC 1 titles such as Generations-The Legacy, Uzalo and Skeem Saam will be temporarily placed on sister channels SABC2 and 3 as follows:

 

–              Skeem Saam at 18h30 (Mon – Fri) on SABC2

–              Generations-The Legacy at 19h30 (Mon – Fri) on SABC3

–              Uzalo at 20h30 (Mon – Wed) on SABC2

 

SABC 2 SCHEDULE CHANGES:

Mon- Fri at 18:00 7de Laan

Mon- Fri at 18:30 Skeem Sam

Mon- Fri at 19:00 Afrikaans Sitcom

Mon- Fri at 20:00 7de News (Afrikaans, Sesotho/Setswana/Sepedi bullentins)

Mon- Wed at 20:30 Uzalo

 

SABC 3 SCHEDULE CHANGES:

Generations the Legacy- 20:00

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The musicality of words is an important element of poetry, and many poets warily consider the sound of the words on the page. Patrons are invited to listen and appreciate an evening of jazz poetry hosted by Natalia Molebatsi with guests Vangi Gantsho and Florence Masebe through word, sound, rhythm, and improvisation.

 

Award-winning actress, producer and writer Florence Masebe; who’s recently published “The Heart Knows’ – a book of poems adapted from a series of entries detailing her personal journey of loss while grieving for her son will, alongside Vangi Gantsho perform words and poetry in the spirit of Healing, Pan Africanism and Sisterhood, backed by a jazz trio composed of Lex Futshane on bass, Siphiwe Shiburi on Drums and Yonela Mnana on piano.

 

 

Masebe is also the executive producer of Elelwani, the first Tshivenda film to be screened in South African cinemas and was an acculturation of a novel by the late Dr Titus Ntsieni Maumela, who as a teacher in the 1950s, wanted to show how education was an important vehicle to change the treatment of women in the Venda community. Maumela’s ‘Elelwani’ which means ‘to remember’, gave a voice to many Vhavenda who were told to study Sepedi or given books that were extracts from the Bible.  Florence as a student in Tshakuma, Limpopo read the book at school.

 

 

Held in conjunction with The Orbit –Home of Jazz, Words In Motion will take place on22 May 2018 at 20:00, host Molebatsi says “With this event, which will be a regular feature on the Orbit stage, each time with different acclaimed poets, we want to provide seasoned poets and writers with an international space where audiences can be treated to poetic expressions while also deeply exploring the link between poetry and jazz music.”

 

 

Gantsho is unapologetically womanist and recently co-founded Impepho Press. She has participated in poetry plays, events, and festivals on the continent and abroad.Having authored two collections, ‘Undressing In Front of The Window’ (2015) and Red Cotton (2018), Vangi holds an MA, with distinction, in Creative Writing from the university currently known as Rhodes.

 

 

Molebatsi has performed her poetry on international stages with icons such as Alice Walker and Linton Kwesi Johnson. She released her album“Natalia Molebatsi and the Soul Making” in 2015. Her latest book Elephant Woman Song is an elegy for her late grandmother.

 

 

Tickets cost R100 and bookings can be made in advance on info@theorbit.co.za or by phone 011 339 6645 or can also be bought at the door on the day of the event.

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MTN Bushfire 2018 Final Line-up & Program

Posted by radio On May - 20 - 2018 ADD COMMENTS
MTN Bushfire 2018 is proud to announce the full program of performances across multiple stages taking place from May 25th – 27th in the beautiful Malkerns Valley of eSwatini.
 
The diverse line-up reflects the festival’s identity as a uniquely African, and yet globally infused festival experience.  The MTN Bushfire main stage consistently plays host to some of Africa (and the world’s) top artists, featuring well-known and loved favorites, as well as introducing crowds to international artists of the highest calibre.
 
With additional stages including the House on Fire Ampitheatre and The Barn, DJ focused dance floors and a range of other activities, MTN Bushfire caters for a diverse and eclectic audience of over 26,000 annually.
 
More than a music festival, MTN Bushfire is a holistic experience made up of a rich texture of arts, cultures, crafts, food markets, and specialized zones that combine to create an explosive three-day event and a memorable take home experience.
 
Also, remember that the official MTN Bushfire campsite is now open fron NOON on Thursday May 24th, making your festival weekend even longer. Get to the border early on Thursday and avoid the queues.
 
With just over one week to go until MTN BUSHFIRE 2018, make sure you have your tickets secured before you arrive as tickets are already SOLD OUT and there will be NO tickets available at the gate.
 
MTN Bushfire 2018 Full Programme
 
FRIDAY (4pm – 3am)
Main stage: (1hr performance)
19:20 – Timbila Muzimba
20.40 – Velemseni
22:00 – Flavia Coelho
23:20 – Nakhane
00:40 – Dub Inc
02:00  – Khuli Chana
 
House on fire Amphitheatre: (50mins a performance)
18:15 – Mario Batkovic
20:25 – Oki Dub Ainu Band
21:45 – Nathalie Nathiembe
23:05 – Georgetown
00:25 – Dusty & stones
01:45 – Mandisa
 
Firefly Stage:
18:30 – DJ Ophis
19:30 – Jews For Techno
20:30 – Paluku The Scribe
20:45 – DJ Mavava
21:45 – DJ Crooks
22:45 – Karyendasoul
23:45 – Costa Titch
00:00 – DJ Mkay
01:00 – DJ Mbally
02:00 – DJ LU
 
The Barn:
Ongoing:  DJ Bob’s Jazz Club
20:00 – Buddy Masango
21:30 Mr Freddy
23:00 Mario Batkovic
 
SATURDAY (10am – 4am)
Main Stage:
13:50 – Azah
15: 10 – Alice Phoebe Lou
16:30 – Samthing  Soweto
17:50 – Sands
19:10 – Elida Almeida
20:30 – Dear  Rabane & Okzharp
21:50 – Kapa Dech
23:10 – Kwesta
00:30 – Sho  Madjozi
01:50 – Crimson  House
02:55 – DJ Lag
 
House on fire Amphitheatre: (50 min performances)
10:45 – Liyana Film screening – Bushfire premiere
13:00 – Salsa Dance session
14:55 – Manu Sija
16:15 – Guy Buttery and Kanada Narahari
17:35 – 5K-HD
18:55 – Nonku Phiri
20:15 – The Grammers
21:35 – Ibaaku
22:55 – Native Young
00:15 – M.Triggerson
01:35 – Radio 123
02:55 – DJ Cybos
 
Firefly Stage:
13:00 – Paul Waxon
14:00 – DJ Mbally
15:00 – Jews for Techno  
16:00 – Davina Satori
17:00 – DJ Czar
18:00 – DJ Mkay  
19:15 – Ezamaswazi
20:30 – Miss Trophy
20:45 – Mzwaa
21:00 – Kampire
22:00 – Cornelius
23:00 – DJ Touch of Soul
00:00 – DJ Master P
01:00 – Speech Umlangeni
02:00 – Zulu D
 
The Barn:
Ongoing DJ Bob’s Jazz Club
12:45 – Derek Gripper
16:15 – Open mic
17:35 – Khoisanboy_man
19:30 – Albert Frost
20:45 – Champions league
23:00 – Bam Bam Brown
00:20 – The Lions
 
SUNDAY10am – 11pm)
Main Stage:
12:20 – Tlale Makhene
13:40 – Sekou Kouyate
15:00 – “Africa Tribute to eSwatini’’ – featuring Salif Keita, Ladysmith Black Mambazo & Yemi Alade
16:50 – Sipho Hotstix mabuse
18:10 – Rouge
 
House on fire Amphitheatre
11am – Staceyann Chin
14:00 – Salsa dance session
19:30 – DJ Doo Wap & K$
 
Firefly Stage:
13:00 – DJ Paul Waxon
14:00 – DJ LU
15:00 – DJ Mavava
16:00 – Kampire
17:00 – DJ Ophis  
18:00 – DJ Czar
19:00 – DJ Crooks
20:00 – DJ Speech Umlangeni
21:00 – DJ Swizz
22:00 – Zulu D
 
The Barn:
Ongoing: DJ Bob Jazz club
11:00 – Bholoja
01:25 – Sibusile Xaba
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The 2018 Cape Town International Film Market and Festival (CTIFMF) will take place from October 9th – 19th 2018. This year’s edition will build significantly on the successes of last year with an increased focus on collaboration and the celebration of the local, regional, pan-African, and international film industries.

Through various collaborations we will be supporting colleagues, promoting our own stories, and finding innovative solutions together, creating an enabling environment for growth and development for filmmakers across Africa.

The CTIFMF through a variety of programs that will be announced in the upcoming months will be the pivot on which we will endeavor to exponentially grow the distribution of African content across the world.

 

Having set itself the goal of leading the transformation of the film industry in Africa, the CTIFMF is excited to announce the first and most fundamental stepping stone to achieving this goal: the official opening of the call for film submissions for the CTIFMF 2018.

 

 

Filmmakers from all over the world are invited to submit their films in the following categories:  feature films, documentary, animation and short films. We especially encourage producers, directors and script writers from South Africa and Africa who are creating local/African content to submit high quality entries into competition.

 

 

This year’s CTIFMF will present an exciting and diverse array of quality films that showcase the immense talent of filmmakers from South Africa, the rest of Africa and from around the world.

Only films completed not more than 18 months prior to the Call for Entries of the Cape Town International Film Market & Festival will be considered for competition purposes.

 

 

Films completed before this time will be eligible for screening in the Panorama Section but not considered for the competition section. Awards in the competition section are as follows:

FILM AWARDS
Grand Prix
Best Director
Best New Director
Best Actor
Best Actress
Best Script
Best Cinematography
Best Editing
Best Documentary Feature
Best Short Film
Best Animation Short Film
Best South African Feature Film
Best South African Short Film
Audience Award for Best Film at the Festival

 

 

Deadlines

May 1, 2018 Opening Date

July 10, 2018 Regular Deadline

July 31, 2018 Final Deadline

August 7, 2018 Notification Date

October 9 – 19, 2018 Event Date

Please visit the link below for the Entry Form, Rules & Regulations

CTIFMF FILMFREEWAY

For more information concerning the CTIFMF contact Festival Director & Festival Manager info@filmfest.capetown

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RSG wins again at Afrikaans media awards

Posted by radio On May - 20 - 2018 ADD COMMENTS

Last Friday, the annual ATKV (Afrikaanse Taal en Kultuur Vereniging) media awards were presented at the stylish Katy’s Palace Bar in Kramerville, Sandton. These awards recognise journalists, producers, presenters and actors to commemorate and celebrate the responsible work they do in informing, educating and entertaining South Africans.

 

RSG presenters and programme makers have won in the following categories within the Listen (Radio) Section:

  1. Best insert in a journal program: Johan van Lill for his insert on ‘Oude Libertas 40 jaar’ in RSG’s arts program
  2. Best presenter or interviewer of a news- or actuality program: Phil Loots for his program Fiks vir die lewe
  3. Best insert in a news- or actuality program: Izak du Plessis for his insert on ‘Paternoster vissers’ in Monitor
  4. Best journal program: Ilze Salzwedel for her program Skrywers en Boeke
  5. Best news- or actuality program: Melissa Tighy for ‘Landwye betogings teen Zuma’ in Spektrum
  6. Best documentary or program series: Jamaine Krige for Na die brande on RSG
  7. Best text for a radio drama or –theatre: Marion Erskine for Akwarius on RSG
  8. Best producer of a radio drama or –theatre: Bettie Kemp for Akwarius on RSG

There were also award sections for print media (read) and TV (watch).  Digital forms part of each section.

Congratulations to RSG and all the award winners – truly inspiring and very proud of the talent at the SABC’s Afrikaans radio station!

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With the advent of technology strongly making a mark on how multimedia aptitude is becoming a necessary tool in the everyday running of organisations, it is becoming even more essential for training models to fast track solutions on how to create a knowledge based economy that enables training providers to embrace multimedia platforms as a business game-change to access and create new markets.

 

Accordingly, statistics show that African continent is the fastest growing mobile aggregator in the world, with at least 960 million mobile subscriptions across Africa – which seeing an 80 percent penetration rate among the continent’s population. Of the 216 million internet users, penetration of the platform is at 18%. And with Nigeria’s internet penetration sitting much higher at 53%, its mobile subscription is similar to Africa’s, placing at a staggering 81% penetration and that translating to 150 million mobile subscriptions. This has then created a massive untapped ecosystem and an opportunity for businesses and entities to scale products and offerings to a global market using digital to connect.

 

With this at hand, JT Communication Solutions, independent leaders in the communications, media and public relations sector announce its new multimedia training service and solution to businesses and corporations aimed at assisting clients towards progressing from a traditional, disposable based media mindset to a contemporary and instantaneous web based media alternative.

 

Having earlier in the year graduated our first cohort of students on how to effectively use multimedia and better leverage technology in the arts and culture industry to profile and share authentic African stories; journalists, photographers, videographers and most recently, trainee web developers in the IT stream, gathered in a much needed information exchange on how to migrate to digital means of working and exploit multimedia which to date, in SA remains a missed opportunity in all sectors of business and society.

 

The training aimed for all in need of multimedia guidance draws from a wide pool of experts and ensures that everyone, ranging from small to large organisations, government, micro-entrepreneurs and groups who have been isolated from and need to catch up with the digital shift, find value in this practical offering.

 

Applying the use of video and internet technology with an accent on a synergy of partnerships with social and entrepreneurial conscience, the high-level national training is accessible in a professional and affordable way for individuals and organisations in the artistic, business, cultural and various other sectors and also affords opportunities for personal branding, development and media management.

 

Having carved a niche as highly sought after media practitioners and award winning publicity agency in the arts and culture industries of South Africa and the continent at large, our agency’s passion and creativity is driven by Vanessa Perumal, a pioneer in highlighting an inclusive agenda and representation of SA’s artistic, cultural and entrepreneurial agenda in a new South Africa. Perumal gives a voice to numerous talents while profiling the achievements of global, continental and national artists and businesses in diverse disciplines.

 

Our use of resourceful strategies and understanding of government, business operations and corporate networks, JT Comms commits to informed and professional media practices across various media platforms while giving the highest level of professional excellence and maintaining integrity and a clear vision to put and share positive African narratives with the world.

 

The training workshops held at the African Media Resource Centre of Excellence – a hub for locally produced engaging, cultural and socially relevant content can also be hosted at different venues, at the discretion of the client.  Over the years, the centre’s work has accelerated through a growing support and collaboration of various incentives, continuing to be pioneering while developing local media professionals and producing content that is groundbreaking and unapologetically Pan African.

 

Contact us for a consultation for a multimedia training and keep up with all things digital that are happening in the world.

 

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BASSLINE FEST is less than two weeks away, and with the hottest acts from across the continent and globe, the stage is set for one of the most historical events in music history.

The BASSLINE FEST will be the only opportunity for one to witness ‘Africa’s Tribute to Madiba’ collaboration which adds even more exclusivity to this already rare world-class line up.

 

The collaborators in ‘Africa’s Tribute To Madiba’, are 5 time Grammy Award Winners Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Malian icon Salif Keita and Nigerian pop sensation Yemi Alade. Led by singer, songwriter and music arranger legend Salif Keita.  Salif has written a tribute song for this occasion and will be singing a new, yet to be commercially released track, exclusively at the Fest.

 

The tribute will take audiences on a journey of remembrance and celebration.  Imagine witnessing Ladysmith Black Mambazo singing Bob Dylan’s ‘Knock Knock Knocking on Heaven’s Door’ with pop sensation Yemi Alade’s female voice harmonising?  Imagine Salif Keita singing ‘Ton Ton’ Live with the other two providing the harmonies on the chorus?

Imagine no more, as it’s real and it’s happening live, only at Constitution Hill.

 

The Fest line-up, in no order of performance are:

 

Ladysmith Black Mambazo – South Africa

Salif Keita- Mali

Yemi Alade – Nigeria

Dub Inc – France

Nakhane – South Africa

Ghorwane – Mozambique

Femi Koya – Nigeria

Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabusa – South Africa

Sekou Kouyate –  Guinea

 

An African Food, fashion, art & craft market provided by LoCrate Market from Soweto will be providing all you need as far as sustenance, vibe and style.

LoCrate FOOD has an exclusive collaborative relationship with the Jo’burg Food Truck Association a.k.a Mother Truckers as the anchor food vendors.

 

Gates open at 2pm and the music kicks off from 3pm till late.  SABC2 will broadcast live from the Fest between 8pm and 11pm, reaching a huge television audience.

 

Remember to bring your sun hats for the daytime and winter woollies for the night.  There will be ample great coffee vendors to keep you warm and plenty free parking underground at Constitution Hill.

 

Tickets can be booked at www.ticketpros.co.za now for R400.  Children under 10 are free.

 

BASSLINE FEST has also put together travel packages for guest coming from afar and a Footsteps of Mandela tour.  For more information, contact info@hambaumhla.com or 061 402 8406.

 

BASSLINE FEST is presented by the Department Of Arts & Culture, in association with Kaya FM and TRACE Africa. 

Additional partners include The Nelson Mandela Foundation, Gauteng Department of Sports, Arts , Recreation & Culture, SABC2, SAA, Constitution Hill, SAB Inbev, Brand South Africa, Firestone, Pernod Ricard, BMW Joburg City Auto, Tsogo Sun & IFAS.

In support of the Nelson Mandela Foundation.

 

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MTN Bushfire 2018 Tickets SOLD OUT!

Posted by radio On May - 14 - 2018 ADD COMMENTS

MTN Bushfire 2018 has officially sold out all full festival weekend tickets!

 

Fans of one of Africa’s favourite festivals have made history – selling out the MTN Bushfire Festival weeks before the doors open. All full festival weekend tickets, including Golden Lounge that were sold out over a week ago, have now been sold.

Also please take note that only people with valid tickets purchased in advance will be able to access the festival over the duration of the weekend. There will be NO tickets sold at the gate.

 

It is also important to note that tickets are not for resale. A Valid ticket holders and those with booked camping at the main MTN Bushfire campsite, please also take note that you  can now access your campsite from NOON on Thursday May 26th – so get to the festival early, relax and get ready for the full festival experience of MTN Bushfire.

 

If you do have a ticket but have NOT booked your accommodation you are urged to BOOK NOW as many accommodation options are filling up quickly.

 

As in previous years, the MTN Bushfire 2018 artist line-up features a dynamic range of artists from across southern Africa and the globe.

 

More travel and festival information can be found on the website, www.bush-fire.com

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