The Metro FM Summerlife Festival

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Metro FM celebrates 30 years of broadcasting with the Metro FM Summerlife Festival

– The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC)’s biggest commercial radio station, METRO FM will celebrate 30 years of excellence in broadcasting. The station will host METRO FM Summerlife Festival at the Carnival City Festival Lawns on Saturday, 24 September 2016. The festival will boast a line-up of South Africa’s finest musical talent. It will offer festivalgoers two stages with over fifteen acts and a luscious spread of gourmet food and drinks to keep them in the 30 years of METRO spirit.

 

The historic and legendary Skwatta Kamp are unifying for a unique once off reunion show together with 15 other artists and DJ’s in celebration of the 30 years of music that METRO FM has provided their loyal listeners. Line up includes artists like Mafikizolo, Lira, Mi Casa, Liquideep as well as Fifi Cooper, A-Reece and Emtee. More artists will be announced in the up coming weeks.

 

The Carnival City Festival Lawns sets the perfect setting to host this sonic summer blend of 30 years of METRO, offering top local wine and whiskey tastings and great activations for all to enjoy.

 

“30 Years of METRO is a milestone for the brand and we owe these years to all our listeners who have been loyal to the brand for so many years” – says METRO FM Marketing Manager Christinah Mazibuko.

 

She continues, “We will be hosting the METRO FM Summerlife festival for people who want to be where it’s happening. We will be uniting SA’s top artists and METRO FM listeners. This festival will also support the 90% local music strategy within the SABC. It will unify music lovers and those who love to dance to the beat”.

 

Tickets are on sale at www.metrofmsummerlife.co.za, from R195.00 *Ticket issuing fees apply. Be sure to book your early bird ticket special to avoid missing out.

 

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30 YEARS OF METRO FM

 WE ARE NOT DONE UNITING