This past weekend saw the inaugural AfroFeast Music and Food Festival kick off at the Ramblers Club, Bloemfontein, Free State to a resounding success.
The feastful gathering of live music and cuisine saw acts such as Cassper Nyovest, Msaki and Sun-El Musician, LeGoody, K.O, DJ Tobetsa, Blaq Diamond, Kwaito Legends – Arthur, Trompies and Thebe, and Stino Le Thwenny take the stage and food vendors like Deluxe Grills, Matt Food Bar, Biltong Shandis, Kitchen 360 and Kasi Sushi Bar showcasing a diverse culinary experience. “Yesterday was New Year” shared a social media user about the event on Sunday. The one-of-a-kind music and food experience has now grounded itself as a must attend event in the multicultural hub of Free State, positioning itself as Bloemfontein’s new flagship event.
“Thank you to everyone who believed in the dream and journeyed with us to make the inaugural AfroFeast festival a reality. To my KM Holdings team, I couldn’t have done this without you,” shares Kholofelo Maleka, Director at KM Holdings.
History was made at the Ramblers Club, Bloemfontein, Free State this past weekend. Make sure to connect with AfroFeast on social media for more event highlights and for the announcement of AfroFeast 2023.
AfroFeast, owned by KM-Holdings Pty Ltd, is a lifestyle brand that focuses on giving patrons an experience of achievement and fulfilment outside of the confines of daily routines. It expresses these measures through music, food, and artistic culture, resulting in an unforgettable moment in life.
About KM Holdings
KM-Holdings has over 20 years of collective industry experience ranging from events management, sales, branding, and advertising among other things. Hospitality has always been at the core of human relations even from the yesteryears, symbolized through the Ubuntu. It’s our African way.