THE FOURTH DStv Delicious festival comes peppered with a stellar line-up and organizers believe the two-day fest will be a sold out affair.
The DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival is set to live up to its reputation as South Africa’s top culinary and entertainment festival.
It goes down in October 7&8 at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit, Midrand.
For the uninitiated globetrotter Black Coffee, who had just made history at the annual Ibiza music fest, will play for the first time alongside his full member band.
He shares the stage with the ‘Sons’ of mzansi TKZee, American rapper Common, Nigerian star Femi Kuti, diva Thandiswa Mazwai, legend Hugh Masekela, Bongo Maffin, Soul To Soul, Alexandra O’Neill, Imagination featuring Leee John, Omar and others.
Lloyd Cornwall, director of the festival says the first DStv Delicious Festival held in 2013 took place over only one day.
“The festival has become so popular that we extended it over two days for the first time last year. It’s also the second consecutive year it will be held at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit. The prime location and world-class facilities, along with its nine entry and exit points make it the perfect venue choice.”
“On Saturday, with Common headlining, we expect a major party vibe and an unforgettable day of local and international talent on the Sunday.
Our Kids Zone will offer kids a feast of fun and will keep them super-busy while parents enjoy the music and scrumptious food,” he said.
It’s only appropriate to confess that being alive and a South African is the most amazing feeling with internationals once again, descending to our shores for work and play, or kanjani?
General Access Ticket
R495 per person per day
R800 per person for a weekend pass (Saturday and Sunday)
Ciroc Terrace Lounge
R1295 per person per day
R2100 per person for a weekend pass (Saturday and Sunday)
DStv Kids Zone
R150 per child per day (restricted to ages: 3-13)