Music concert returns to Kby

2017-08-16 06:02
The 053concert promises to return with a bang.Photo: Supplied

The 053concert promises to return with a bang.Photo: Supplied

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It is the time of the year when Manaka Productions once more promises an exciting line-up for its 053concert on Saturday 30 September.

The concert, set to be hosted at its home venue, the Open Air Arena in Galeshewe, is amongst the prominently known introductions to spring, that is already knocking at the door.

Tickets are said to be selling like hot cakes from R100 to R400 at Compu­ticket.

Manaka Productions, managed by a group of youth, in partnership with Northern Cape Express, has managed to keep its momentum of allowing the youth to let that adrenalin flow as they do what they love.

The company plans to go all out to make this year’s 053concert, which is the second event, a memorable one.

The concert returns after the last successful one was hosted three years ago at the arena, creating expectations of growing into a full-scale youth festival.

According to Manaka Productions, the 2017 line-up will feature Kimberley-based local artists who will share the stage with a few nationally renowed perfomers.

“We have watched the process come and go full circle, as we have grown together with the most loyal and dedicated supporters we have ever witnessed in our collective career.

“For our second annual event we plan to level up and take all our events to new heights,” said Obakeng Kock of Manaka Productions.

Much attention is this year expected to be on prominent local acts such as Man-Deep, B-Reigns, Raluks, Gavy-Deep, TayLux, Djokovic and Tatu-Deejay, Bradley Jamal, CalypSoul, Tam Carson, Pang, Vinny, Ntwana Ya Kasi, iTswak, Sir-Fantastic, Theo KJ, Dj SACS and Phonique Vargo.

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