Huawei KDay returned to Meerendal Wine Estate on Saturday.
The wine estate in Durbanville provided the perfect backdrop for the music festival which was launched in 2007. Seventeen thousand five hundred people attended the event featuring the best of SA’s musical acts.
Pascle & Pearce, featuring Jethro Tait
Dr Victor and The Rasta Rebels
The event delivered memorable onstage moments including a sweet farewell to Jamali who performed together for the last time. Eleven-year-old Hannah Rupping's performance with Kurt Darren. Rupping who lives in Stellenbosch won the Kfm Mornings on-air Kaptein singing contest and wowed the crowd with her musical prowess. Kfm 94.5's own Brandon Leigh kept the crowd moving with stellar mixes in between the different musical acts.
"We would like to thank our loyal listeners and the people of the Cape who continue to support Kfm and make Huawei KDay the Cape's biggest musical stage. We look forward to more feel great experiences in the coming months and an even bigger and better Huawei KDay in 2020," Stephen Werner, Kfm 94.5 Programme Manager.
“We found our partnership with Kfm a perfect fit. As a household brand, the Huawei and Kfm partnership creates the opportunity to showcase Huawei’s capability to meet dynamic consumer needs, and offer something for the whole family,” Penny Diao, Marketing Director, Huawei South Africa.
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