A super charged lineup of talented local artists has been confirmed for the first ever Molo Summer Street Festival set to rock the Wild Coast Sun, Port Edward, KwaZulu-Natal on 24 November 2018. The vibrant music festival is a celebration of summer and authentic South African entertainment.
Music fans will be treated to performances by emerging local artists who each bring their special blend of entertainment to the festival, from house music and hip hop DJs, to street dancers and afro pop singers.
“The Molo Summer Street Festival is a social that aims to showcase the raw talent of artists from the Alfred Nzo Region in the Eastern Cape to the lower South Coast of KZN. We are excited to give a diverse array of emerging local talent a platform to perform,” says Mawande Genu, the Wild Coast Sun’s PR and Promotions Coordinator.
Bunene Ngewu, the Molo Summer Street Festival organizer, adds: “The coast is filled with talented youth in the space of arts and culture and with that said, the coast also has plenty of platforms as well but many focus on bringing national artists to their stages. We want to give local artists a chance to shine.”
Tickets, priced at R50 per person, will be available at the entrance to the Molo Summer Street Festival, which will take place in the Wild Coast Sun’s undercover car park.