Article and all photos by Ashton Kirsten.
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For the first time in South Africa, the Electronic Music Dance Festival, TREMOR FEST will be taking place at the Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria on 18 August 2018. The brainchild of organisers who have organised various music shows and international… Continue reading
Artwolf Media is nearly 2 years old, and in this time we have grown so much that we have multiple interview requests streaming in on a daily basis, we have covered a wide range of festivals and events and we… Continue reading
The Oppikoppi 2018 lineup is looking stellar so far, and it’s definitely understandable that some festivalgoers might be overwhelmed by the variety of noteworthy artists playing at the festival this year. Luckily, the Koppi veterans here at Artwolf Media have… Continue reading
On 16 June 2018, the weather was perfect for a day dedicated to the celebration of good music and most importantly, good beer. The warm winter sun baked down on Pretoria as we geared up for… Continue reading
Park Acoustics will be playing the proud hosts to Dan Patlansky’s Perfection Kills album launch on 6 May at the Voortrekker Monument. The event will also feature Rubber Duc, Boxer, The Barbosa Experience, Stone Jets, Lil Bow and more!
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This weekend, the Dirty Rotten Tequila Festival will be rocking Carfax in Joburg with acts like Frame Janko, Hellcats, Shadowclub, Strait-Jackal and many more. We caught up with Frame Janko to chat about the event and their latest… Continue reading
The aftermath of Mieliepop 2018 has been discussed with mixed emotions. While many festivalgoers were able to arrive on the festival’s intended starting day – Wednesday 21 March – others found the mid-week scheduling slightly awkward, and reported on social… Continue reading