#CULTURE: Huawei KDay with KFM announces stellar line-up

A new partner, a new venue, and a return to the Cape in March 2017!

Huawei KDay 2017 with KFM was announced by the KFM Breakfast team on Friday, 21 October. SA’s biggest music acts will take to the stage at the picturesque Meerendal Wine Estate in the Durbanville Wine Route this summer.

Throughout the day KFM unveiled the premium artist bill as follows:

• Mi Casa
• Matthew Mole • Jimmy Nevis
• Locnville
• GoodLuck
• Kyle Deutsch
• Shekhinah
• Sketchy Bongo • DJ Kent
• Euphonik

“When Huawei and KFM announced that KDay was coming back, we asked KFM’s loyal listeners to tell us which artists they most wanted to see on stage,” said KFM station manager Colleen Louw. “The response has been incredible and we’re looking forward to giving people exactly who and what they’ve asked for.”

“Huawei is ecstatic about the partnership with KFM. It’s evident by the line-up – the coolest and most popular stars will be performing at Huawei KDay. With the amazing line up and various

planned activities, concert-goers are in for a day of unique experiences,” said Hawa Hyath, Marketing Director, Huawei Consumer Business Group, Sub Sahara.

Huawei KDay will take place at Meerendal Wine Estate, Durbanville, on Saturday 4 March 2017. It promises to be an all-day festival, featuring the best South African music. Tickets are on sale now at R280 for adults and R120 for kids under 12 at www.computicket.com. Tickets are limited.

Huawei KDay with KFM is powered by the Huawei Nova Smartphone. A curved design to hold and behold. Defy expectations at Huawei KDay.

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