Euphonik, DJ Fresh join Black Coffee for Kulture show

Dj Fresh.
Dj Fresh.

Organisers of the Black Coffee show scheduled for November 12 have revealed more high profile DJs who will play alongside the Grammy award winner. Black Coffee, born Nkosinathi Maphumulo, will be the headliner at what is anticipated to be the one biggest shows this year in Botswana at Royal Aria Stadium.

The popular DJ who has carved his name across the globe will make a return to the country after last appearing at the GIMC festival in 2016. Kulture Events Management Company has revealed that Euphonik and DJ Fresh will also perform alongside Black Coffee. The two popular DJs used to rock the local crowd during the time when they collaborated on FeU projects years ago. DJ Fresh is currently engaged by government on what is termed the Department of Broadcasting Services (DBS) National Tour aimed at empowering the creative sector.

They will also be joined by other legendary South African DJs/producers, Bekzin Terris and DJ Kent. The Afro Tech house lovers will further be pleased to know that local producer and DJ, Benny T will also be on the line up together with Mpho Sebina, Han C, Dato Seiko, Casper The Dj and Romeo. Tickets are currently on sale at Webtickets online and at all Spar outlets nationwide starting at P200 for students, P350 for general access and P1,250 for VIP.

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