Joburg Day reaches fever pitch
Thousands are enjoying music from the country’s biggest artists at 94.7 Joburg Day.
JOHANNESBURG - Crocodile Creek Polo Club in Lanseria has reached fever pitch as thousands enjoy music from the country's biggest artists at the 94.7 Joburg Day event.
Mafikizolo, Prime Circle, Van Coke Kartel and Locnville have already taken the stage while Matthew Mole, AKA, and DJ Kent are still expected to hit the floor.
Live performances are being rendered by various local artists including Mafikizolo, Micasa and Shortstraw.
These fans say they are excited to get together with friends and listen to South African music.
"I'm just blown away, I think it's amazing. So far so good, can't wait to see what the rest has got to offer."
"Favourite act so far, Mafikizolo."
"I think it's phenomenal that so many people can get together and just listen to straight up pure South African music. I think there's nothing better."
"I'm loving it! Mafikizolo was totally the bomb. I'm looking forward to Micasa definitely."
"My Joburg Day experience has been amazing."
Micasa's lead singer J'Something says he also enjoyed sharing the stage with various other local artists.
"Second time round, bigger, better, amazing man, what more could we ask for. I think being there and just sharing the stage with Soweto's finest and seeing the multitudes of people singing the songs."