Davido Set To Headline Major League Gardens in Johannesburg

Davido Set To Headline Major League Gardens in Johannesburg

The Nigerian superstar will be headlining the next installment of the popular youth festival.

Major League revealed that the headline act for the upcoming installment of their annual youth festival is Nigerian hit-maker and head of the “Thirty Billion Gang,” Davido.

Set to take place on the 16th of September 2017 at FNB Stadium, first phase tickets are already sold out. Second phase Major League Gardens tickets are priced at R200 for general access and R650 for VIP access. VIP access gets you access to the VIP deck, bars in the VIP section and private toilets.

The lifestyle festival is called Major League Gardens: Spring Break and the line-up includes Cassper Nyovest, Davido, Riky Rick, Kwesta and Black Motion to name a few.  Khanyi Mbau and Somizi are two of the MC’s.

See the full details of the line-up here:

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