he Eastern Cape’s Urban music leg of Ebubeleni Urban Festival will kick things off at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, in Port Elizabeth on Friday, December 27 with a trinity of hot music genres such as Hip-Hop, Gqom and, Amapiano.
If you miss this event, you’ll breathe through the wound as more blazing artists on the line-up includes the likes of Mr. Fill Up, Cassper Nyovest, AKA, Kwesta, Sho Madjozi, Kabza De Small, DJ Maphorisa, De Mthunda & Njelic, DJ Sumbody, Moonchild Sanelly, Prince Kaybee and adding a stylish taste of naughtiness will be Zodwa Wabantu.
Billed to make certain that all are in stitches at Ebubeleni Comedy Night which will take place at the Boardwalk ICC on Saturday, December 28 are Ntosh Madlingozi, Siya Seya, Trevor Gumbi, Khanyisa Bunu, Nkosinathi Maki, including Skhumba Hlophe.
More than eager to serve music patrons of the main festival at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Sunday, December 29 are Zonke Dikana, Vusi Nova, Ami Faku, Tsepo Tshola, DJ Tira, Simmy, Zer012 Finest, Anathi, Msaki, 047 and, Jaziel Brothers.
The Ebubeleni Main Festival will be hosted by Idols SA judge, radio and television personality Somizi Mhlongo.
Marc Mahambehlala says that Ebubeleni Festival prides itself on contributing to efforts meant to boost the local economy through among others the attraction of tourists, presenting income-generating and employment opportunities in the Nelson Mandela Bay.
“Benefitting the most are young people with qualifications but lacking work experience. Included among those employed by the event are graphic designers, administrators, and public relations personnel. Among the businesses that benefitted are those in accommodation, tour operations, caterers, technical services, security, and vendors,” says Marc Mahambehlala.
Tickets are available at Computicket outlets [HERE] and Shoprite/Checkers nationwide.
A cooler box ticket is R80 and Parking R50 for the Urban and Main events hosted at the stadium. Patrons are also to enjoy access to free parking outside the stadium.