South Africa’s hottest urban culture festival, Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival will return again this year celebrating Mzansi’s creativity.
Fired up by Nando’s, the festival showcases Music, Film, Art, Design and Poetry, while providing inspirational workshops and entrepreneurial support programmes for young creatives.
This year’s celebration takes place from the 26th until the 29th of June 2019 at the usual venue, Constitution Hill, Johannesburg.
The main festival which takes place on Saturday, 29 June (The Sounds Of Freedom concert) will feature performances by Riky Rick, Msaki, Langa Mavuso, Thebe, Khuli Chana, Mthuda & Njelik, DJ Kent, DJ Dimplez, The Brother Moves On, Urban Village to name a few.
Nando’s is firing up Johannesburg’s hottest creative gathering, the Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival, for the third year running, bringing the heat with some of Mzansi’s best art, design and music talent at The Basha Bacha Creative Uprising: a three-day creative summit packed full of workshops, talks and an industry pitch session where designers can win funding and mentorship opportunities on the 26th, 27th and 28th of June and Sounds of Freedom Music Festival on the 29th of June.
The Basha Bacha Creative Summit on the 26, 27 & 28 June at The Women’s Jail from 09:00 – 16:00, is three days of design thinking and activism, inspirational workshops, enterprise support, networking, talks, pitching and other opportunities with creative innovators, business leaders, technologists and entrepreneurs. Basha Bacha Creative Uprisings aims to strengthen the creative economies greatest assets – people – to encourage collaboration, critical thinking and the ability to take a risk.
Johannesburg culture fans and party goers can check out www.bashauhuru.co.za for the full festival programme and tickets details.