Early B making his way to Wildsfees 2019

2019-06-12 06:00

THE award-winning rapper from Bloemendal in Port Elizabeth, Early B, will have festivalgoers “kuiering” in the Lagerville Beer tent and on the main Adventure Province stage at the 2019 Wildsfees.

Well-known funk-rap songs include “Wikkel Hulle”, “Lekka Djy”, “Lekka Ekka” and “Song for my Boo”. One of his recent hits is “Ben Ten”, which has been described as fun with cheeky lyrics.

Early B will be performing at the Lagerville Beertent on Friday, June 28, from 22:30 until late.

The SPAR Kirkwood Wildsfees supports responsible drinking. No under-18s will be allowed in the Lagerville Beertent and no underage drinking will be allowed. Drink responsibly. Don’t drink and drive.

Win! Win! Win!

The PE Express is giving away a few weekend passes to the festival to our readers. To enter, like the PE Express on Facebook and find the competition on our page. Then simply answer the question, share the post with your friends and include the hashtag #Wildsfees2019.

Winners will be notified on Facebook. Only people who have not won any of our competitions in the past 60 days may enter.

For more info, visit www.wildsfees.co.za.


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