PRETORIA – South Africa, you are in for an extraordinary experience as HomeComing Africa returns with a celebration of South African music origin this weekend.
Set to take place this Saturday, HomeComing Africa looks to amplify and applaud all those who continue to shape and contribute to The Cradle of Music.
Returning with 3 major stages – Centurion Stage, Botanical Gardens Stage, and Meisterhaus Stage by Jägermeister; the annual African music festival is excited to journey to The Cradle of Music by revealing an extensive list of artists set to perform at this year’s event. The event will see the best of South African musicians who are now global artists; thrill thousands of fans and magnify where it all began for them and uniquely home-grown genres such as Amapiano.
Taking place once again at the historic Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria, HomeComing Africa will host Music Royalty for an explosive festival highlighting the birthplace of Amapiano and the proudly South African artists that have gained international recognition over the years.
“As a leading event property in the South African Entertainment Industry – we are eager to return with our standout festival HomeComing Africa.” said Athabile Ngxamngxa, Managing Director at HomeComing Events. She went on to add “This year we are taking it back to where it began. We want to celebrate the origin of the worldwide popular Amapiano genre and the birthplace to some of the biggest artists from the continent. HomeComing Africa will bring all beloved fans an experience not to be missed with a celebration of proudly South African music genres”.
Homecoming Africa returns this weekend – 29 October 2022 at Voortrekker Monument in the Capital City, Pretoria and will host A-Reece, Kabza De Small, Amaroto, DBN Gogo, 25k, Nasty C, Mellow & Sleazy, Blxckie, Nomfundo Moh, Musa Keys, Young Stunna, Felo Le Tee, Focalistic, Daliwonga, Venom, Myztro, Marcus Harvey, Manana, Sino Msolo, Thato Saul, Toss, Mashbeatz, Tyson Sybateli, Banques, Readasoul, Lenanza, Trancemicsoul, Ms Cosmo, Sfarzo Rtee, Lash-T, Notbenjamin, Lelowhatsgood, Slu, Joda Kgosi, Kay R, Lunga, Filah Lah Lah, K Mat, Melo B Jones, Thabiso Thabethe, TP the DJ, Loveslavephola, Dreas, Loatinover Pounds, Ekzotiq Muzik, and Blackanese. Joining South Africa’s finest, Ghanian singer Gyakie who will also perform to thousands this Saturday!
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