SOWETO’S MOVERS AND SHAKERS GATHER TO CELEBRATE SOWETO FLAVOUR
The venue blossomed into a vibrant showcase of the different subcultures around Soweto.
Party revellers came together to display their unique flavour and styles
Aimed at celebrating hundreds of Mzansi’s movers and shakers of the unique pop culture movements that have risen out of Soweto, Flying Fish’s SowetoFlavour Celebration sizzle with a line up that featured some of the countries freshest talent, at the ever so trendy hot spot, Zone 6.
As the township’s buzz hummed with excitement for its first every experience of the Flying Fish SowetoFlavour Celebration, the venue blossomed into a vibrant showcase of the different subcultures around Soweto.
Soweto’s creative thinkers & entrepreneurial minds came out in numbers to celebrate streets’ authentic culture with Flying Fish Premium Flavoured Beer.
Party revellers came together to display their unique flavour and styles as Amabujwa, Skhotane enthusiasts, Amapanstula and Hippies. The likes of Cashtime Life’s first lady Nomuzi Mabena, YFM’s triple thread talents: DJ Speedsta, DJ Doowap, as well as Rise & Tap host DJ Ankle Tap alongside DJ Switch, held Soweto to a stand still with performances that climaxed to the drums and beats of SAMA award winning duo Black Motion as the headline act.
“The SowetoFlavour Celebration gave me an exciting perspective about our journey as pop culture influencers of Mzansi. It was awesome seeing local creatives from different movements and industries, celebrating themselves and their contribution to the business,” said the MC with the mostest Nomuzi Mabena, who later that evening blasted Zone 6 with a saucy Skhanda performance of her collaboration: “Don’t Panic” with DJ Speedsta.
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Apart from the amazing line-up, to showcase the flavoured beer’s perfect marriage to food, Soweto’s invited guests were spoiled with specially crafted gourmet burgers and boerewors rolls for the day, by popular local food store Vuyo’s, and also treated to flavoursome haircuts courtesy of a local mobile barber.
“It really was an exciting sight to see Soweto’s creative thinkers and entrepreneurial minds coming out in numbers to celebrate their contribution to the streets’ authentic culture with Flying Fish Premium Flavoured Beer. As a brand, we felt the need to connect with the audience here, Flying Fish – like many creative spaces, draws so much from this iconic township,” concluded Leanne Martin, Flying Fish Marketing Manager.