Felo Le Tee, Kamo Mphela to rock Simply Piano

Kamo Mphela
Kamo Mphela

Felo Le Tee and Kamo Mphela are poised to bring fire to the Game City Roof Top with their electrifying performances during the highly anticipated Simply Piano Musical event at the weekend.

The duo, regarded as top musicians in South Africa, will headline the show, promising a sensational experience for fans of the Amapiano genre.

The Game City Roof Top is set to vibrate with the infectious beats of Amapiano, creating a festive atmosphere that guarantees a unique and unforgettable opener.

Besides the headliners, the event also boasts a stellar lineup, featuring a diverse array of local and South African talents, all ready to contribute to making this musical extravaganza a showstopper on the city's cultural calendar.

Amongst the confirmed local artists are rising talents such as FME DJ’s, DJ Bunny, DJ Earth, DJ Modric, DJ Dragie, Leb Gee, and Mr Henny, each set to deliver captivating performances immersed in the pulsating rhythms of Amapiano. The international acts from South Africa, including Kamo Mphela and Felo Le Tee, along with Thakzin, Zeenhle, and Mashudu, will undoubtedly add a global flair to the event.

The charismatic Mdu Tha Party is set to host the evening, infusing the show with his infectious energy to keep the audience on their feet throughout the night.

Speaking to Arts&Culture, one of the organisers, DJ Modric, emphasised their commitment to showcasing the vibrant musical landscape of Gaborone by featuring an eclectic lineup. DJ Modric hinted at the possibility of surprising the audience with a top-tier international act, further enhancing the event's global appeal. Additionally, DJ Modric highlighted that tickets to the event are selling at a pleasing pace and encouraged those who have not bought them to do so well in time. He said security at the event will be tight in the interest of prioritising the safety of patrons.

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