HomeComing Africa is the second event year of an eventing revolution set to take the continent by storm. A celebration of African music, culture and lifestyle as well as the building of the cultural bridge between international artists and local support bases.
HCA is really an opportunity for Homecoming Events to break down the walls of what we deem to be a success and encouraging others in similar positions as us to do the same. Its us not saying ‘ Africa is the future” as lip service but actually investing in proving that it is its about breaking the stereotypes about black people and entertaining the dream that will build a fresh bridge with the international community.
Pretoria – The City of Tshwane’s much loved Homecoming Africa festival is back!
Homecoming Events said they were gearing up to provide the ultimate in music, service and comedy during the three-day festival headlined by Kwesta, A-Reece, Boity, Moozlie, Zakes Bantwini, Da Capo and many more.
The festival will again make the Voortrekker Monument its home for three days, from September 26 to 28.
Katlego Malatji, managing director for Homecoming Events said attendees can expect an experience out of the ordinary.
“Homecoming Africa will launch their community service initiative that is aimed at giving back on the first day of the festival.
“This festival will bring a significant shift in the way we view events, social responsibilities and music on the continent, it is the start of something very special.
“The second day will consist of a comedy night where local comedians will get an opportunity to showcase the growing comedic community in Pretoria and the rest of South Africa,” Malatji said.
Music lovers will be spoilt for choice from Hip Hop, House, to Kwaito genres on the last day.
Tickets range from R150 to R650.
A file picture of last year’s Homecoming Africa festival. Picture: Supplied