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Kwesta’s 3 Day Spring Break Festival hopes to unearth emerging talent

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Kwesta’s 3 Day Spring Break Festival

Rapper and record label owner, Kwesta, has shared the promotional posters for his 3 Day Spring Break Festival competition, with the aim of showcasing emerging talent.

Rapper, Kwesta, and his record label, RapLyf, are set to host their annual three-day musical festival between Friday, 27 September 2019 and Sunday, 29 September 2019, at the Germiston Lake, Johannesburg. Although the line-up for the festival has already been shared across the festival’s social media pages, Kwesta recently revealed the competition section of the festival that hopes to unearth new talent.

Using his Twitter page on Wednesday, 17 July 2019, Kwesta posted a series of three images which lay out how the competition will work to eventually have five emerging talents that will get the chance to perform at the 3 Day Spring Break Festival.  The first poster stipulated the rules of the competition. The second poster detailed the roll-out plan, and the last poster stipulated the terms and conditions for the entrants.

Firstly, interested parties will need to interact with the festival’s social media pages. This entails following the festival across allits social media channels under the name @3DaySpringBreak. This is inclusive of sharing and tagging the festival after entrants have bought a ticket to the festival. Thereafter, entrants can post their entry videos with the hashtag #3DSpringBreak.

The closing date for entries is Wednesday, 28 August 2019. Following the closing date, there will be a process of elimination until the top five is announced on Tuesday, 24 September 2019, three days before the festival is set to take place.

The winning entrants will receive a complimentary ticket from Raplyf and have their performance fee waivered. More importantly, they will get the opportunity to share the stage with some of the biggest names in South African music, including Kwesta.

Sabelo Makhubo
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