Son of the Soil returns with beefed up line-up


South African singer, songwriter and record producer Ringo Madlingozi headlines this year's edition of the Son of The Soil (SOTS), which makes a return on February 4 at Tashy's Royale Gardens following a long absence due to the COVID-19.

Organisers of the popular cultural festival have revealed what looks like a strong line-up, which also includes local's finest Sereetsi and The Natives, Mafitlhakgosi, Lizibo, Khoisan, Ndingo Johwa, Skit Kabomo (traditional stinkane and percussion) and Western (Four String Guitar) while DJ Lefatshe, DJ Dizzy Dee and Cue will take charge of the decks.

Sydney Nzala, creative director for Beat Box Productions who are the festival organisers, said the festival returns bigger and better than ever before. In an interview with Showtime Monitor, Nzala said they have partnered with Bana ba Mmala Trust to produce the event for the next three years. He also explained that SOTS was not just a music festival but a full traditional cultural experience.

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