Rapper Riky Rick is curating the first annual Cotton Festival and it looks lit

Riky Rick (PHOTO: Getty/Gallo)
Riky Rick (PHOTO: Getty/Gallo)

Johannesburg – Rapper Riky Rick announced on Tuesday that he will be curating the full local line-up for the first annual Cotton Fest taking place in Johannesburg next month. 

First revealed on his social media late last year, this inaugural one-day festival was created to merge both established and upcoming / underground SA talent onto one combined platform, while offering a safe and high energy space to experience both music and fashion. 

Mainly set to showcase the diversities while fusing the gaps within the various hip-hop sounds and local movements, the Cotton Fest will not only bring together and unite over 80 unique acts divided over 2 stages but will also celebrate fashion in its various spheres.

This first of its kind curated event will be limited to only 5000 tickets and will take place on Saturday, 2 February at the The Station in Newtown.



Date: Saturday, 2 February 2019

Venue: The Station (Carr Street & Nelson Mandela Bridge, Newtown, JHB)

Time: Doors open 11:00

Price: R150 (Now available at Webtickets)