Maftown Heights releases line-up for 7th annual festival this week. Taking place on 25 November 2016 at Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown, the countdown begins now…
It’s that time of year again. Africa’s premium Hip Hop festival, Maftown Heights, has just released the first batch of its highly anticipated line-up for their seventh annual festival spiced up by KFC which is set to take place on Friday, 25 November 2016, at Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown, Johannesburg from 15h00 till 02h00. The second batch of names will be released at the beginning of November.
Friends of Motswako
New Kids On The Block:
DJ Speedsta’s “Mayo” live performance
Super Fresh presenting “The new wave of Motswako”
DJ Zan D
Major League DJz
The must attend seventh edition of Maftown Heights will once again be spiced up by KFC as they return as a headline sponsor for a second consecutive year.
Maftown Heights is proud to welcome PowerPlay as the Energy Drink category partner. Those lucky enough to purchase 1 of the only 500 available tickets to the PowerPlay VIP are in for a pimped out festival experience!
Maftown Heights and South African Breweries continue their 5 year partnership with the house of brands once again being the festival’s beer, cider and flavoured alcoholic beverage category sponsor. Festival attendees will get to sample the exciting new tequila flavoured beer Liberado!
With just over 10 000 attendees at last year’s Maftown Heights installment, patrons are encouraged to purchase Early Bird tickets as early as possible to avoid disappointment as these tickets are limited.
Tickets will be available at Computicket and Shoprite stores as of midday on Thursday 13th October.
– Early bird pre-sold (only 1500 tickets available): R180
– Pre-sold: R200
– At door: R250
– Early bird pre-sold (only 1000 tickets available): R250
– Pre-sold: R300
– At door: R350
Power Play VIP:
– Early bird pre-sold (Only 50 tickets available): R400
– Pre-sold: R500
– At door: R600
Year on year Maftown Heights takes the African Hip Hop festival to new heights with its state of the art world class stage production and overall event experience. Numerous stakeholders from media to SA’s key influencers have dubbed Maftown Heights as a MUST ATTEND festival on the SA events calendar.
Early this year a Maftown Heights documentary was aired on Channel O which covered the Maftown Heights story from its humble beginnings in 2010 with an audience of 900 people to being Africa’s second largest Hip Hop festival. The magnitude of what Maftown Heights is today is the foundation of what is increasingly becoming a destination festival for people across the continent and diaspora wanting authentic African Hip Hop live performances presented on a world class platform.
Make sure not to miss the seventh annual Maftown Heights festival spiced up by KFC. Keep posted to Maftown Heights’ social media accounts for more exciting info to be released soon.
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