The star-studded line-up for the Corona Sunsets Festival World Tour has been announced, with top local and international acts to perform across two stages at the event, to be held in Cape Town at the Glen Country Club, Clifton, on April 1. Artists performing include iconic SAMA-Award-winning South African artists, Sun-El Musician, Black Motion, Majozi, Msaki, Musa Keys, Jeremy Loops and Good Luck, and special guest, seven-time Grammy winner, American DJ Louie Vega.
Considered one of the best living house music deejays, New Yorker Louie Vega is a leader in global dance music, with a music palette mixing everything from house to salsa, Afro-beat and jazz and soul. Seven times nominated, Vega received a Grammy for his remix of Curtis Mayfield’s “Superfly” and later did an instrumental remix of Black Coffee’s “We Are One” featuring Hugh Masekela.
Fresh from appearing on “America’s Got Talent” All Stars edition recently, the celebrated Ndlovu Youth Choir will be bringing their own vocal magic to the festival’s iconic “sunset moment” on the recognizable, Mandala symbol, main stage design. For Msaki fans, this will also be the chance to see one of her last shows before the singer takes a performance sabbatical in June.
In addition to music performances, the festival will immerse attendees in creativity along with interactive elements such as eco-friendly culinary experiences with locally sourced ingredients, markets, a ‘Village of the Free Spirit’ and installations from local artists, encouraging festival goers to unwind and enjoy nature.