The Corona Sunsets Summer Tour is set to illuminate South Africa with a series of 15 events featuring a stellar line-up of artists, including Sun-El Musician, Ami Faku, Tresor, Shekhinah, and Mörda. These musical talents are slated to perform at some of the nation’s most picturesque venues, offering a blend of serene sunset views and rhythmic beats.
The tour will grace the Villa Paradiso in Hartbeestpoort on November 18, where Tresor, who recently inked a global co-publishing deal with Sony Music Publishing, will showcase his fusion of pop, Afro-fusion, and hip hop. He will be accompanied by the likes of Simmy and Mörda, the latter being known for his work with Black Motion and his recent solo album.
Following this, the Lowveld Botanical Gardens in Mbombela will resonate with the sounds of Sun-El Musician and Ami Faku on November 25. Sun-El Musician, a maestro of electronic Afro-house, and Ami Faku, an Afro-soul sensation who featured on the posthumous Bob Marley album “Africa Unite”, are set to headline the event.
Simultaneously, on November 25, the Corona Sunsets Summer Tour will hit Beach Bums in Durban with “Back To The Beach” singer Shekhinah, who recently appeared on The Masked Singer SA, alongside Black Motion and deep house aficionado Oscar Mbo.
The tour isn’t just about music; it also offers a range of lifestyle activities such as drumming workshops, body art, face painting, and charm bracelet crafting. Special activations are planned to celebrate the sunset hour, enhancing the overall experience.
In line with sustainability efforts, the events will feature solar-powered phone charging stations and recycling points, complete with staff to guide attendees on proper waste disposal.
For those interested in joining the festivities, tickets and further details are available at corona.howler.co.za. The tour is a celebration of life under the hashtag #ThisIsLiving and the #CoronaSummerTour, with a reminder that terms and conditions apply and the events are exclusively for adults over the age of 18.