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Dreamstream Announces Lineup Of Local Artists To Perform At Fundraising Music Event

Dreamstream Digital Festival, set to take place this weekend, 26, 27 & 28 June, the live music extravaganza will be headlined by Cape Town based EDM duo, Goldfish, and will feature some of SA’s favourite genres such as EDM, house, amapiano and hip-hop from over 50 artists that include:

Goldfish, Animato, Culoe de Song, Dean Fuel, Focalistic, Goodluck, Heavy K, Liquid Soul, Till Von Sein, Abby Nurock, Anthea, Bloem, Bontle Smith, Bruno Morphet, Chris De Vos, Chrizz Beatz, Dane Stirrat, Deliriant, Desiree, Dino Moran, DJ Buhle, FKA Mash, Fogshow, G-Force, Gina Jeanz, Hippie Mafia, Household Funk, Illing, Izo, Jackie Queens and Jazzuelle,

Jon S, Karoo, Kat La Kat, Kid Fonque, Kususa, Kyle Cassim, Lady Lea, Lazy Zee, Lemonella, Luitenant Fizzer, Mark Stent, Masterpiece, Metro Ticket, Nick Grater, Pascal & Pearce, Portal, Ricardo Da Costa, Richard Marshall, Ricky H, Shaun Duvet, SNR JNR, Speedsta, Stab Virus, Umgido, Vikk The Grove, Vin Groovin, Vinny da Vinci and a special performance by Eezo the blind DJ.

Taking you through each of the artists and taking control of the auction hammer with much needed humour and friendly banter will be comedians, Schalk Bezuidenhout along with The Goliaths – Donovan, Jason and Nicholas Goliath. Your daily host for the festival will be Kyle Cassim.

Tickets for the event are free and available through Howler but all participants are encouraged to donate. Like the first festival, DreamStream V2 will offer viewers Zoom room experiences which include circus acts and fire dancers to add a different dynamic to enjoy.

There will be a Dream Stream auction on Sunday that will have various getaway experiences, art pieces by Richard Scott and DJ sets from your favourite Dream Stream artist.

All donations and proceeds will go towards the South African Fund 4 Entertainment (SAFE), a non-profit initiative established in April to raise relief funds for our country’s entertainment, events, and festival community. Through rigorous campaigning, SAFE has raised over R650,000 in two months and has provided essential support to various communities around South Africa.

Beneficiaries of the fund include the technicians, stage-riggers, cleaners, security guards, bar staff, ticketing staff and more, who are very often hired on a temporary/hourly basis and are now locked down with no income or food as a result of the Covid-19 restrictions.

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