Drum Beat 2014 is BACK!
Whoooop it is here once again. The fourth annual DRUM beat Music Festival, proudly presented by Toyota and Drum Magazine, returns to the Soweto Theatre.
This year’s event takes place on the 10th of May, with Toyota leading the way to a spectacular showcase featuring some of Africa’s legendary musical talents. The line up is EPIC!
Although I was pretty disappointed last year when my favorite band The Muffin’s performance was a bit bleh with the sound quality, I sure hope this year things will be aced to the point.
“Festival goers will be experiencing three blockbuster shows in one day,” says Makhosazana Zwane-Siqua (Editor of DRUM Magazine) “We are absolutely delighted with this year’s top quality line-up. We believe the event will appeal to a wide audience of music lovers, and as usual festival goers can expect a well organised event with top quality sound and performances, all in a safe and secure environment. All of this for just R150.”
Event Line Up:
Check out the performance times and set stage information here.
Tickets are available at Computicket at R150.
This event is only open to persons over the age of 18 years.
DRUMBEAT is presented by Toyota and DRUM in association with Hilltop Live, White Star Super Maize Meal, Mzansi Magic and KayaFM.
Courtesy of Hilltop Live
XOXO See you there…. 🙂
Posted on April 3, 2014, in EVENTS, NEWS, PR and tagged 2013, drumbeat, indwe, jaziel brothers, Josh Meek, Lira, Nancy G, Oliver Mthukudzi, Reason, Ringo, soweto theatre, The Soil, toyota, tumi, Zakes Bantwini, Zeus. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.