Prestige People's Festival marred by violence, disorganisation

Rockzie PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Rockzie PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Whilst the Prestige-Soccer People's Festival was for a good course, disorganisation and violence took centre stage and nearly spoiled the fun for partygoers. The event, held at Royal Aria Stadium on Saturday night in Tlokweng, was headlined by popular South African artist, Makhadzi.

It was supposed to commence in the morning with a football tournament and a family fun day while the main activity was scheduled to start at 6pm. However, some of the activities were affected as some items such as setting up stage were done very late which affected the time slot for the show.

Whilst revellers had waited patiently for the festival to begin or performers to take the stage, it seems the issue of time mismanagement would come back to haunt the organisers as some artists could not enjoy their moments on stage as they had to pave way for others.

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