The top festival moments of 2018

It's been a great year of concerts and festivals.

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:44 PM  | Top of The

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We had some really great times in 2018 and we can only hope that our local and international artists will only provide us even more great concerts/festivals in 2019.

Here's a stroll down memory lane of some of our most memorable concert/festival moments:

Castle Lite Unlocks Chance The Rapper


The Chicago rapper tore the house down when he performed at the Ticket Pro Dome earlier this year during the Castle Lite Unlocks concert.

The concert was so magical that even when the audience was leaving the venue after the concert, they left singing Chance's single Blessings.

When Anthony Hamilton serenaded his audience in isiZulu


Anthony's concert in August for Women's Month will definitely go down as one of his most memorable concerts in South Africa. Apart from his amazing performance, what we also appreciated about the North-Carolina born singer is his attempt to sing in isiZulu.

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Dstv Delicious Festival - Erykah Badu and more


If you're on your grown man or woman vibe, then you're probably one of those people who really appreciated the Dstv Delicious Festival line-up this year.

It featured the likes of Erykah Badu, Common, Arrested Development and many of our very talented local artists such as Sun El Musician, DJ Fresh, Oskido, DJ Christos and more. What a vibe it was - from great food to great music - what more could we ask for?

Nasty C's Ivyson Tour

Undoubtedly one of the most popular and successful concerts among the youth, Nasty C's Ivyson Tour 2018 raked in thousands of supporters. The rapper travelled across the country to give his young and loyal fans one of the hottest concerts of the year.

Every performance was packed as Nasty performed old and new material. The young man even brought out Grammy nominated artist 6lack to one of his shows.


Cassper Nyovest - Fill Up Moses Mabhida Stadium Concert


We ended off the festive month properly with this concert, thanks to Abuti Fill Up. Cassper went that extra mile and even floated over the crowd too!

Although this particular concert proved to be a bit challenging for the rapper, he managed to give his Durban fans what they've been waiting for.

Global Citizen Festival


Although the event ended with a bit of drama, we can't help but be proud of all the African artists who presented outstanding performances, from the likes of D'banj, Tiwa Savage, to our very own Sho Madjozi and Cassper Nyovest.

The way people screamed for Sho Madjozi to perform her hit single Huku, proved that she's one of our most prized and loved performers of this generation.
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