On Saturday, the event property will also be hosting a show at Johannesburg’s Toadbury Hall, with performances from the likes of Goodluck, Chloe De Song, Lemon & Herb, Sona and Jordan Arts.
“The #CoronaSummerTour is making it's way to Toadbury Hall next week ☀️ Relax and take in the sights and sounds of sunset as you groove to GoodLuck, Culoe De Song, Lemon & Herb and more. Get your tickets here: corona.howler.co.za #ThisIsLiving”
The #CoronaSummerTour is making it's way to Toadbury Hall next week ☀️ Relax and take in the sights and sounds of sunset as you groove to GoodLuck, Culoe De Song, Lemon & Herb and more.— CoronaAfrica (@CoronaAfrica) November 2, 2023
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Overall, the Corona Sunsets Summer Tour has a total of 15 experiences, with stops at some of the country’s most breathtaking locations.
The tour’s draw card is how it offers great music from a curated list of SA’s best talent on the backdrop of sunset relaxation.
The festival shared through a press release, “Having recently signed a global co-publishing deal with Sony Music Publishing, Tresor will bring his unique blend of pop, Afro-fusion and hip hop to the Corona Sunsets Summer Tour at Villa Paradiso, Hartbeestpoort on November 18.”
Electronic Afro house DJ/Producer Sun-El Musician and Afro pop singer-songwriter Ami Faku, who recently featured on the posthumous Bob Marley album, 'Africa Unite’, will headline the Corona Sunsets Summer Tour experience a week later at the Lowveld Botanical Gardens, Mbombela on November 25.
‘Back To The Beach’ star Shekhinah, Black Motion and deep house and afro-lounge DJ Oscar Mbo are also set to headline the Corona Sunsets Summer Tour experience on the very same day at Beach Bums.