Future Fusion Festival is a three day electronic music festival hosting one of the biggest contemporary line-ups in this part of Africa, with over 60 international and local acts.
Held from 24 April to 26 April 2015, this festival is the first of its kind, bringing international and local heavy weights and rising stars together for a 3-day extravaganza. With renowned electronic artists such as Henrick Schwarz, Noir, Lee Foss, Dennis Ferrer and Vinny Da Vinci, festival-goers can be sure to enjoy a fusion of sounds from pioneers, innovators and influencers redefining electronic music and moving the genre forward. Along with a touch of speculative goodness, even the pickiest of ears will find some pleasure in something new, old and forward-thinking.
This year’s line-up includes: Lee Foss, Miguel Campbell, Richy Ahmed, wAFF and Robert James from Hot Creations; Dennis Ferrer, Noir, Coyu and NiCe7 from Noir; and local stalwarts and rising stars Vinny Da Vinci, Felix La Band, Jullian Gomes, Killer Robot, Jazzuelle, Kyle Watson and Pop Art (Live). Catch these acts across seven stages and arenas in the scenic Manzini wild life resort – the perfect location for this year’s ‘Futuristic Safari’ theme – along with 8000 electronic enthusiasts.
“Together at, FFF HQ, we worked day and night, hand selecting artists and brands for the line-up and to create the most innovative and daring production setups.”
“The stage designs and entertainment options are in a scenic setting that is both wild and breathtakingly beautiful.”
“We want nothing more than to provide you with a truly memorable festival experience with an eccentric focus on the sound quality and music,” said Rickhard Hein, Director of BreatheOut Entertainment, the company spearheading FFF.
Here’s your chance to unleash your inner groove at Future Fusion Festival with two weekend passes up for grabs. Enter the competition by filling in the form below, and tweeting and following @LiveMagSA and @ff_festival to tell us which act you’re most excited to see. The winner will be announced on 17 April 2015.