FEMI KOYA IN FLAMES AT THE INAUGURAL NUBIAN MUSIC FESTIVAL

FEMI KOYA IN FLAMES AT THE INAUGURAL NUBIAN MUSIC FESTIVAL

The inaugural Nubian Music Festival showcased a stellar line up of top class acts and will feature musical legends Tsepo Tshola, Caiphus Semenya, Letta Mbulu and Selaelo Selota.

They were joined by Brenda Mtambo, Ringo Madlingozi, Wanda Baloyi, Highway Jam, Tumi Tladi, Femi Koya, Bhudaza and Nombulelo Maqetuka.

The event also showcased Dipotata, one of the best known North West performers, as well as Katlego “Cheche”, from Lebogo in the Madibeng District.

This took place at Eagle Waters, Oberon Street Broederstroom, Hartbeespoort.

Femi Koya always brings the afrobeat funk with him every time, said one of the fans.

 

 

Last night @nubianmusicfest @femkoya

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Photos: @BryanMlangeni

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