Its all system goes for the 10th edition of the DStv In’t fest

A TRIO of Grammy winners – American multi-platinum soul singer MaxwellNigerian singer-songwriter Tems and South African Afro-house hitmaker Zakes Bantwini – will headline this year’s DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival.

The festival’s 10th anniversary edition on 23 and 24 September 2023 at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit is set to be a celebratory affair, with the good vibes flowing all Heritage Day weekend courtesy of a scorching line-up that includes iconic US funk-soul-disco outfit Shalamar and multi-award-winning local gospel choir Joyous Celebration.

On Saturday 23 September, the main stage will kick off with sensational local DJs Oscar Mbo, Morda Bongs and DJ Kent, as well as Afro-soul legend Ringo Madlingozi.

Then it’s time for the ladies, with sublime DJ Lamiez Holworthy bringing some old-school sass to the stage.

Saturday afternoon will also be lit up by two-time Grammy-winning outfit ArrestedDevelopment, whose trailblazing positive-minded hip-hop incorporates African influences, making for an “arresting” blend of rhythms, flavours and sounds.

Audiences are also in for a treat as fellow Grammy-winning American jazz pianist, producer and songwriter Robert Glasper sets the scene for mellow sundowners with his hip-hop-inflected compositions.

Sunday’s main stage line-up sees the incomparable Joyous Celebration – South Africa’s legendary gospel choir that is heading towards its 30th year of unifying South Africans and giving praise through music. 

Greg The Musical Maestroand Oskido will be on the decks throughout the day to keep patrons moving and grooving.

Then, British acid jazz act Incognito will take to the stage, proving just why they are regarded as such an electrifying live act with their uplifting jazz-funk sound – remember they blew us away at DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival in 2014?

The positive vibes continue with Shalamar, regarded as one of the best funk, soul and disco groups of their generation.

The weekend’s festivities will conclude on a high with a mesmerizing dose of R&B, courtesy of critically acclaimed artist Maxwell.

Remember, it’s a public holiday on Monday 25 September!

On both nights, the Drip Dance Stage is the place to be for dance music fanatics, courtesy of the Scorpion Kings and friends on the Saturday night andDJ Zinhle and friends on Sunday.

“As the driving force behind the DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival, we are proud to ignite the stage with an unforgettable festival that celebrates a decade of Delicious in magnificent style. We look forward to enjoying this remarkable Grammy line-up as part of our commitment to delivering memorable experiences for our valued customers,” says Marc Jury, CEO of Multichoice South Africa.

General admission tickets are R950.

Delicious Terrace Lounge tickets are available at R3 600 or Zuri Luxury Suite tickets at R7 300 per person.

Visit www.ticketmaster.co.za to secure your tickets.

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