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Red Bull Culture Clash!

Red Bull Culture Clash 2017:

Red Bull will be bringing the biggest sound battle to Jozi with the launch of Red Bull Culture Clash 2017.

This epic live music experience will hit the country on the 23rd of September at Orlando Stadium. Top artists such as AKA, DJ Tira, Patoranking and Admiral and Jahseed, will be serving the heat as the main headliners, together with a crew of their choice, representing four of South Africa’s biggest sounds – hip hop, house, afro-beats, and reggae on the night.

AKA, hip hop crew leader has promised fans a killer performance, vowing he is coming for everything: “I’ve put together a team of some of the best musical minds South Africa has to offer. You ask me what my objective or plan is for Culture Clash? It’s simple enough: I’m here to win. Nothing else!”

Holding no punches, Admiral and Jahseed are both getting ready for retaliation on behalf of dancehall and reggae supporters: “We’re preparing for war right now: arming ourselves and looking forward to the battle!

The Culture Clash concept was initiated by the Red Bull Music Academy and involves the four crews going head to head, over a series of rounds, in a  music battle to determine the overall winner. It’s four stages – four sounds but only one winner on the night.

Here’s the 2017 Trailer the Red Bull Culture Clash:

Though, like any of these music event announcements, we’ll have to keep you updated as they give us more information, so don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter so you don’t miss out, we’re going to push for some tickets for you!

Or you can check out the conversation with #RedbullCultureClass on Twitter, or pretty much anywhere else. Remember its the support of the fans that decides which crew wins on the night, so don’t forget to come out and support. (Get your tickets at Computicket too)

It looks like it’s going to be a sick gig! Let us know if you’re amped for this show in the comments! We wanna hear you shout!

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Written by Brett Magill


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