MUSIC, FASHION, FOOD AND MANY MORE… WHAT TO EXPECT AT GOG AFRICA MUSIC FEST

MUSIC, FASHION, FOOD AND MANY MORE… WHAT TO EXPECT AT GOG AFRICA MUSIC FEST

The first edition of the GOG Africa Music Fest is set to bring more food options, more entertainment, and a music line-up headlined by the great Femi Koya. From the organizers of the AfricaFest, we bring you GOG Africa Music Fest. This Fest is a celebration about Africa and all of its diversity. The Fest will cover everything from fashion, food, art, and music. For the first time ever the event will be hosted at GoG Lifestyle Lanseria. All attendees will have full access to the park and attract food and music lovers from all over the country

An array of artists have been added to the event which includes, Dino The Lyricist, Tokken Dagger, Femi Koya, Saxokay, SkataVibration, Brymo, LES Fantastiques, Femzeal, Season, DJ Waje Waje, DJ Maf, DJ Yemite, Penelope Coombe, Mireille Tshabalala. These acts will bring the thrill of spring with fine food and great music to the event.

The GOG Africa Fest Ticket – R150

CLICK HERE TO GET TICKETS NOW

Includes the following:

Access to festival grounds
Access to general public areas (general access standing area, lifestyle activations, Brand activations)
Access to general access bars. No persons under the age of 18 will be permitted into areas that serve alcoholic beverages
Access to esteemed Gourmet Street-Food Market
Persons under the age of 3 enter free but are prohibited from entering specific areas

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