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LOCAL IS ‘LEKKER’ FOR MEGASOUND PICNIC

By Ayanda Dlamini | 2018-08-10

MEGASOUND Entertainment is doing ‘mega things’ this year.

On top of the juicy line-up consisting of SA’s new kid on the block Mlindo the Vocalist and DJ Arch, local award winning spinner DJ Master P, Miss Trophy and Tendaness have been added.

This was revealed by MegaSound Director Zulu D, who is also nominated for the Best DJ of the Year nod in the MTN SWAMA Awards.

 Tendaness’s Manager Sibusiso Simelane confirmed that the talented spinner would be doing what he is famous for at the Picnic. Simelane mentioned that they have something  for his fans on the day.

The entity’s director had mentioned during the launch that this year they were going bigger and better than the previous shows they have been hosting.  Speaking to Zulu D about the line-up, he said more is yet to come. International and local stars are  yet to announced.

So far the  picnic themed ‘The Caribbean’ has  roped in DJ Wicked, the world’s youngest spinner Arch Jnr, Tonic Deep, Yogu, Samthing Sowetho, Ralf Gum, Mlindo the vocalist and Super CDQ, to  mention a few.

This year’s edition will also have a kiddies section, games and merchandise and food stalls at Malkerns Country Club where the picnic will be held. The MegaSound team also partnered with The Wine Boutique for this event with baskets filled with goodies from the boutique available for pre-ordering.

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