#BoothFest18 : WIZKID, AKA, RIKY RICK, BOLO J AND OTHERS TO HEADLINE THE FIRST ANNUAL BOOTH FEST

#BoothFest18 : WIZKID, AKA, RIKY RICK, BOLO J AND OTHERS TO HEADLINE THE FIRST ANNUAL BOOTH FEST

The Booth Night Club brings you the first annual booth fest. The event will be held on Saturday, 24th November at the Golden Harvest Park in Randburg.

The event will be hosted by Somizi, the headline acts include Wizkid, AKA, Riky Rick, T-Mula, Superstar Ace, Mr. Dutch, Distruction Boyz, Babes Wodumo, Bolo J, NaakMusiq, Dlala Mshunqisi,Tipcee, Kly and Shelton Forbez.

The DJ line-up include PH, Sphectacula & Naves, Bhekzin Terris, Vigilante, Sumbody, Maphorisa, Harbokey, Scratch Masta, Fanele Grace, Kriss, Jawz, Magetsie, Sithelo, Deck Burna, John, Banques, Menzi XL, Kris, Ugin The Musikal Frik, Sandiso and Yemite.

 

Booth Nightclub Sandton in association with Channel O presents #BoothFest18 first outdoor luxury festival.
Our international headliner is the sensational @wizkidayo alongside 14 live performances, 21 Local dj’s.

Tickets are available at Computicket, Early Bird ends 30th Sept:
General: R250
Golden Circle: R350
VIP: R750
From 1st October:
General: R500
Golden Circle: R750
VIP: R1500

Limited early bird tickets available now at www.online.computicket.com

Secure your ticket now!!! We have an amazing show for you.

Date: 24 November 2018

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