Ten years on, the DStv Delicious food & music fest is back with a roar

Ten years on, the DStv Delicious food & music fest is back with a roar

“As a group, we love playing at festivals. Delicious is certainly one we enjoy. We still see the ongoing injustices in the world and this motivates us to rap and sing about love and self-determination for the afflicted. Issues like police brutality in the US, child labour on the African continent and the misuse of natural resources across the world are just some of the topics we bring to the forefront, using our music,” says Arrested Development’s Todd Thomas, better known by the stage name Speech.

“Beyond just performing on stage, we will also be visiting an orphanage that we last visited a few years ago, in Johannesburg. We are staying an extra week after the show to connect with organisations that are helping those in need,” he says.

From chef Carlo Cicchetti bringing Italian cuisine at the inaugural festival to 2018’s electrifying performance by the Womandla set (Simphiwe Dana, Amanda Black, and Lira), and with venues ranging from Emmarentia Dam to Huddle Park in Linksfield before settling on the current venue, it has been a decade of growth.

General admission tickets are R950. DStv Rewards members get 25% discount on their Delicious Tickets. Visit Rewards on DStv.com or the MyDStv App and look out for this offer, only available to active DStv Rewards members. Or treat yourself to Delicious Terrace Lounge tickets at R3,600 or Zuri Luxury Suite tickets at R7,300 per person.

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Original Story by www.timeslive.co.za


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