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Sho Madjozi and Simmy continue promoting upcoming RoseFest

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Sho Madjozi and Simmy continue promoting upcoming RoseFest

South African music sensations, Sho Madjozi and Simmy, are continuing with their promotional efforts for the inaugural RoseFest, which boasts an all-female line-up.

On Friday, 21 June 2019, celebrated songwriter and singer, Shekhinah announced her female-centred music festival, the RoseFest, which will take place on Friday, 9 August 2019, at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg. Some of her headlining acts have taken to their social media pages, including Sho Madjozi and Simmy, to remind their fans to purchase their tickets for the inaugural RoseFest.

First was singer, Simmy, who, last week, took it upon herself to promote her upcoming performance at the festival. In an interview on SABC 2’s Morning Live on Monday, 15 July 2019, the singer continued to promote her headlining performance at the festival. She then went on to share the interview on her Twitter page, reminding fans that the countdown to the festival has begun.

Expressing gratitude to Simmy for promoting the upcoming festival, Shekhinah shared the tweet with the caption, “We love you Simmy I can’t wait for your performance.”

Following Simmy’s promotional effort, Sho Mdajozi, who just performed at the Sonar Festival in Barcelona, took to her social media pages on Sunday, 21 July 2019, to promote the festival. The rapper celebrated Shekhinah for being the brains behind the festival and urged her fans to buy tickets before they sell out.

In her tweet, the Huku rapper stated, “I love Shekhinah so much. For this show I’m (going to) need at least 100 Sho Madjozi fans in the front row. Let’s support her…”

Besides Simmy and Sho Madjozi, RoseFest has other notable names on the line-up including, Holly Rey, Busiswa, DJ Zinhle, Rowlene and Shekhinah..

Doors to the venue will open at 14:00. Tickets are available for purchase on Webtickets, retailing at R200.

Sabelo Makhubo
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