My adventures to last year’s MTN Bushfire Festival. Me, my twin sister Nandi, her colleague Dumi, and our pal Silas. Here is what we saw and experienced – one of the best weekends of my life, really.
Blog posts: Music
News and stories from all the latest exciting music festivals happening around the world. If you love rock ‘n roll or have a penchant for tippany be sure to regularly check back on the music page. Albums of festivals and upcoming events are displayed and updated to help you continue going your own way. Our music-loving journalists also spin a yarn or two on their experiences of some of the most insane festivals.
After being taken over by new organisers, it’s onwards and upwards for the classic KZN music festival – here’s a glimpse into Splashy Fen 2016!
‘Bring your fire’ the saying goes – and they mean it. We travelled to the MTN Bushfire festival in Swaziland last year to witness the burning ourselves.
RAMFest is now in its eighth year and I think this may have been the best one yet. Here’s a small selection of photos of what went down this year.
The official lineup for the Old Mutual Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts for the summer of 2013/2014.
Dizu Plaatjjies loves African traditional music. It has taken him all over the world but in performances at the Darling Voorkamerfest in September he shared this love with local audiences.
Whether you’re a trance-junkie, a metal head, an indie rocker or electro bopper, there’s no denying that music festivals are a pretty awesome way to spend a weekend. Check out this guide to South Africa’s top music festivals.
Bushfire Festival in Swaziland: African tunes, a gorgeous setting, and Swazi hospitality are just a few reasons why I can’t wait to attend.
The Flamjangled Tea Party is a magical hippy music festival of costumes, flamboyance, barn dancing and a lot of feathers. Here’s a look at 2013’s festival in photos.
On Saturday I was lucky to attend the first Rise and Shine, Joburg’s frist eco-friendly acoustic music festival. It felt a bit weird to be trekking to Sandton for a festival, but I was pleasantly surprised.