Artists prepare for DJ festival

2017-10-27 06:00
PHOTO: siphelele nketoArtists (from left) Luthando ‘T-doz’ Siketo, Viwe ‘Brikzit’ Mabodla and Mzomhle Ngada.

PHOTO: siphelele nketoArtists (from left) Luthando ‘T-doz’ Siketo, Viwe ‘Brikzit’ Mabodla and Mzomhle Ngada.

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LOCAL artists Viwe “Brikzit” Mabodla, Luthando “T-doz” Siketo and Mzomhle Ngada will perform at the second annual GKM DJ Festival in Kokstad on October 28.

The festival will start with a pre-party at Colors Café on October 27, followed by the main event at the Oval Cricket Grounds on October 28 and the Sunday Chill event at Kweenoa Lounge & Grill on October 29.

The festival will promote local and national musicians and to grow the economy of Kokstad.

Speaking to Fever, Mabodla said he is happy to be chosen to perform at the pre-party and said his new tracks – Sugar, Albany and Khakhi - are his repertoire­.

“Rehearsals are under way for the event and I thank organisers who selected me to perform there,” said Mabodla.

Siketo has prepared three tracks, Turn-it-up, Move and Brazo for the pre-party. DJ Ngada will also play.

Festival organisers said many tickets have been sold and security is going to be tight.

Willy Mgcina, one of the organisers said motorists will be allowed to park at the Murray Park Stadium and rugby stadium for security reasons and to reduce traffic congestion in and around the Oval Cricket Grounds.

Some streets will also be closed during the event.


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