Black Coffee DJing

SA artists announced for DStv Delicious.

Black Coffee Live with band, Hugh Masekela and Thandiswa Mazwai  take to the stage on 7 and 8 October at Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in Midrand! This line-up of legendary South African artists is set to thrill audiences at the fifth DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival alongside a fantastic line-up of international artists - CommonImagination featuring Leee JohnAlexander O'NealOmar and Femi Kuti.


Read more:
- Delicious international acts
- Delicious is Proudly South African


Black Coffee will elevate energy levels at Kyalami with his distinctive home-brewed afro-house brand. Delicious fans are in for a rare treat as this won’t be a normal DJ set by the renowned DJ. Black Coffee will perform live with a band (backing vocalists, percussionist and keyboardist). A record producer and DJ, Black Coffee has released five albums and a live DVD under his Johannesburg-based record label, Soulistic Music. He is arguably the most prominent electronic music producer in Africa, whose big break occurred shortly after being chosen as a participant in the 2004 Red Bull Music Academy. In September 2015, he won the Breakthrough DJ of the Year award at the DJ Awards in Ibiza, a few weeks after the release of his fifth studio album, Pieces of Me.

His song with Shekhinah is heating up a storm! Watch the music video to Your Eyes below:

Jazz legend, Hugh Masekela, hardly needs an introduction. The world-renowned flugelhornist, trumpeter, bandleader, composer, singer started playing trumpet when he was 14 and began to hone his Afro-Jazz sound in the late 1950s. Notably, he performed in the 1959 musical, King Kong, which was written by Todd Matshikiza. Soon thereafter, he performed as a member of the South African group, the Jazz Epistles, along with Kippie Moeketsi, Abdullah Ibrahim and Jonas Gwangwa. They were the first African jazz group to record an LP and perform to record-breaking audiences in Johannesburg and Cape Town through late 1959 to early 1960.

Listen to a song off his latest album No Borders below:

The Witbank-born Masekela’s rich history includes performing in different jazz ensembles, attending the Manhattan School of Music, living and working in the United States, touring with Paul Simon, being featured in the documentary ‘Amandla!’, releasing an autobiography, recording numerous albums and creating a series of videos on ESPN with his son, Selema Masekela.

The sublime South African songstress, Thandiswa Mazwai, is set to raise temperatures at this year’s festival. This influential artist’s career took off in 1998 with Bongo Maffin, one of South Africa’s pioneering kwaito bands. After six award-winning albums with Bongo Maffin, she went solo. Her debut album, Zabalaza (2004), achieved double platinum status and won numerous awards including a Kora for Best African Female Artist and four South African Music Awards (SAMAs). It was also nominated for a BBC Radio 3 Planet Award.

Listen to her song Jikijela below:


Mazwai’s critically acclaimed second album ‘Ibokwe’ (2009) reached gold status within weeks of release and her live DVD ‘Dance of the Forgotten Free’ (2010) won SAMAs for Best Female Artist and Best Live DVD in 2011.The Guardian recently referred to her as “South Africa’s finest female contemporary singer.”

"The balance of international and local acts appearing at the DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival is important for Proudly South African who recognises that the appearance of the likes of Alexander O'Neal and Common is undeniably a draw card for festival goers. However, the opportunity for visitors to see these 3 local musicians over one weekend is to be celebrated. Our local music scene is vibrant and these artists have a great international profile. The DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival is truly South African, and this is why they have become the only event to become a member of the Proudly South African campaign" commented Happy MaKhumalo Ngidi, Chief Officer, Marketing & Communications, Proudly South African.

The full line-up is as follows:

Saturday: Common, Thandiswa Mazwai and Black Coffee Live

Sunday: Hugh Masekela, Omar, Alexander O’Neal, Imagination feat Leee John and Femi Kuti

Tickets are officially on sale and available from or

General Access Ticket

R495 per person per day

R800 per person for a weekend pass (Saturday & Sunday)

Includes the following:

  • Access into festival grounds
  • Access to general public areas (General Access standing area, food market, exhibitions, DStv channel activations, the GA public bars)

Ciroc Terrace Lounge

R1295 per person per day

R2100 per person for a weekend pass (Saturday & Sunday)

Includes the following:

  • Situated on exclusive VIP terrace
  • VIP Lounge
  • VIP Parking (one parking pass per two tickets bought, parking pass will be emailed)
  • VIP Entrance
  • VIP Bathrooms
  • Premium Cash Bar
  • Tented lounge and furniture
  • Hostesses
  • Viewing Deck, sight lines to main stage and view over festival
  • Fenced garden

Kids Zone

R150 per child per day (restricted to ages: 3-13)

Includes the following:

  • Access into festival grounds
  • Access to general public areas (General Access standing area, food market, exhibitions, DStv channel activations)
  • Access into Kids Zone area for Kids aged 3 to 13 years

Decadance Luxury Hospitality

One Day Package: R3 500 pp ex VAT

Weekend Package (Sat & Sun): R6 500 pp ex VAT

Package entitles the guest to:

• Entrance tickets into the DStv Delicious festival grounds

• VIP parking


• VIP luxury lounge and décor

• Private viewing deck within the DECADANCE LUXURY LOUNGE

• Full upscale canapé and tasting menu for lunch with light dinner  menu options

• Cheese board harvest table

• Tea and Coffee bar

• Private bespoke bar facilities

• Full complimentary bar from 11h00 - 21h00

• VIP MIB Security

• VIP toilet facilities

• LED screens with LIVE concert feed in lounges

• Fully staffed facility including dedicated Waitresses, Hostesses, Bar staff and Senior Management

Booth Package: Table of 10 = R39 950 ex VAT (10 tickets @ R3 995 per ticket)

Package entitles the guest to:

• Premium DECADANCE LUXURY LOUNGE package as per above plus

• Stanchioned off private booth area

• Premium bottle of Whiskey and Vodka with Soft drink mixers

Private Lounge Package: Private Lounge of 50 = R187 500 ex VAT

Package entitles the guest to:

• Premium DECADANCE LUXURY LOUNGE package as per above plus

• Private Allocated Area

• Dedicated Hostess and Waiter

• Private Bar Area

DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival is held in proud association with Liberty, Coca-Cola, Gauteng Tourism Authority, The Tim Tebeila Foundation, Proudly South African, Jeep, Flight Centre, Kaya FM, Independent Newspapers, Generosity Water, J&B, Ciroc, Johnnie Walker, Tanqueray, Uva Mira Mountain Vineyards and Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit.

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