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Juvy promises fireworks at Afriski Winter Fest

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Mohalenyane Phakela

RAPPER, Juvy oa Lepimpara, has promised to light up the stage at the forthcoming Afriski Winter Fest–Closing Season scheduled for 23 to 26 August 2018.

The gig is penned in for Mahlasela in the outskirts of the Butha Buthe district.

Juvy, of the Skipa Se Ntekane fame will be making his debut appearance at the snow-themed festival alongside DJ Bootz. Both artistes are managed by Scorpio Knight.

Juvy told the Sunday Express that performing for an international has been his long-time dream.

“I have never set foot at Afriski but from the videos of the festivals that they have hosted before, I have learnt that their market is made up of fun lovers,” Juvy said.

“I am going to ensure that they take off their shirts when they dance to Skipa Se Ntekane and before they know it they will be singing along. I will also be introducing a new track scheduled for release soon titled Fagi imali.

“The majority of the site’s visitors are from overseas so this means I will be selling my craft to an international market thus opening my sound to a global market. I would like to thank my management for securing me this opportunity.”

Juvy and Bootz will be sharing the stage with foreign acts such as Goodluck, Invizable, Nick McReady, Half ‘n Half, Abby NuRock, Blow Trio, Tresor and Napalma among others.

The star-studded line-up will be rocking the four Afriski stages namely Unplugged Stage, the Hot Box Stage – Gondola – the Cooler Box Stage and the Main Stage.

The Unplugged Stage is the most intimate stage as patrons are able to get to the artistes and enjoy the fireplace, the wine and the hospitality. The Hot Box Stage – Gondola –is an indoor set up for an intimate but energetic music experience.

The Cooler Box Stage will provide the ultimate outdoor DJ setup while the Main Stage is for bands.

Afriski Winterfest is regarded as one of Southern Africa’s most unique music festival experiences. It offers the snow experience which is foreign to other African nations. The snow themed music festival appeals not only to heavy festival goers but also to skiing enthusiasts and snowboarders alike.

The festival’s co-founder, Alex Torrao, describes it as one fiesta which will have patrons on their feet throughout.

Every Winterfest package comes inclusive with a three-day festival pass, skiing and snowboard lessons as well as gear rental.

The resort also offers a variety of accommodation options tailored for every party goer. It caters for backpackers, a shared room with bunk beds, sleeping up to 92 people and boasting a young, energetic and communal atmosphere, for larger groups, go with the luxury chalets, lodges and apartments.

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