Toyota South Africa Motors celebrates homegrown talent at Africa Fest

Amapiano, the electrifying musical genre born in the vibrant townships of South Africa, has transcended borders to become a resounding testament to Africa's creative prowess. The global phenomenon has sparked a cultural revolution, uniting music enthusiasts from every corner of the world.

Toyota South Africa Motors has partnered with Africa Fest, for a first-of-its-kind event that promises to celebrate homegrown talent while steering the Amapiano revolution closer to its roots. With its infectious rhythms and pulsating beats, Amapiano now reigns supreme as the most popular hashtag on TikTok, showcasing its formidable global influence.

Africa Fest, taking place on Saturday, 18 November at the SunBet Arena at Time Square, Tshwane – is the ultimate celebration of South Africa's finest Amapiano artists. This event promises a captivating fusion of DJ sets and live performances, all set against a backdrop of world-class production and exhilarating dancers.

"Africa's time is now, and we need to celebrate it! We want to showcase and celebrate Amapiano on a level never seen before! We want to offer audiences a unique experience which will make them proud to be African,” says Ceehle Suntele, spokesperson for Africa Fest.

Tickets are available from Computicket and Amapiano fans are invited to revel in the success of a genre that has conquered the globe. The mission is clear: celebrate musical diversity by bringing together established legends and promising rising stars in the Amapiano universe. The stellar line-up includes Kabza De Small, DBN Gogo, Pabi Cooper, Uncle Waffles, Kamo Mphela, Makhadzi, Mas-Musiq, Sam Deep, Samthing Soweto, Nkosazana Daughter, DJ Stokie, and Lesego M.

"We hope attendees will be blown away by incredible sound and visual experiences that compete internationally. Not forgetting aerial acts, dancers, and fireworks," concludes Suntele.

Africa is at the forefront of global music, culture, and talent, and it is time to celebrate the people and the music that unites us.