MASERU — According to one of the night’s performers, KTA Revolution, the Vodacom *111# Concert was the best festival Lesotho has ever experienced
The group felt honoured to have been given the privilege of performing for such
a huge crowd on Friday night. “We feel blessed to be part of such a big event the country has ever experienced. We could tell from the response of the fans that we gave out an outstanding performance,” the group’s leader, Teboho Mohale, told XpressPeople in an interview just after they left the stage.
“Winning the Vodacom Superstar title has really opened doors for the group as
we are now booked for various other occasions.
“Our intention is not all about fame and fortune but to share the talent that God has given us with the rest of the world.”
The group was complemented by a gigantic line-up of both local and South African
artistes that performed at the concert.
Party revellers filled Maseru Club grounds on Friday to party the night
away. Of all the festivals the country has seen in 2013, this was one that stands
out the most.
It took no less than an hour on the queue for one to make his or her way into the festival.
The crowd was kept in a frenzy by the outstanding performances the artistes
Also speaking to the newspaper, SA duo Vetkuk Vs Mahoota, said they had a
time of their lives. “The crowd’s response was really great and that boosted our confidence,” said Vetkuk.
“Due to the fact that South Africa lost its Legend Nelson Mandela, we did not
have much time to prepare for this event but we are very proud of the feedback we
got from the crowd”.
Local acts who have recently been crowned Vodacom Superstars said it was
a great experience having to share the stage with international artistes.
South African Kwaito artiste Professor further said that he considers Lesotho as
his second home.
“I always feel at home every time I mount Lesotho’s stages. Although I have been here a couple of times, every performance feels like the first due to the
fact that people here show so much appreciation.”