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Reggae Legends Pressure Busspipe and Dynamq to Ignite Passion at Catch A Fire International Reggae Festival 2024 Johannesburg, South Africa.


Reggae Legends Pressure Busspipe and Dynamq to Ignite Passion at Catch A Fire International Reggae Festival 2024 Johannesburg, South Africa.

Prepare for an unforgettable night of pulsing rhythms and vibrant Reggae-Dancehall beats when Lioness Productions presents the Catch A Fire International Reggae Festival 2024 on Saturday, March 9th at the Soweto Theatre. 

Headlining the highly anticipated show is legendary US Virgin Island artist PRESSURE BUSSPIPE (real name Delyno Brown) and South Sudan's own World Reggae Soundclash Champion and multi-award winner Artist/Music Producer/Humanitarian DJ DYNAMQ aka the River Nile Crocodile (real name Kennedy Ongele Lorya).

"We are thrilled to bring together these two Reggae-Dancehall powerhouses for a truly electrifying musical experience," said Fikile Makhalemele, founder of Lioness Productions. "Their unique blend of high-energy performances and soulful lyrics are sure to ignite passion in reggae-dancehall fans." Known for hits like "Love and Affection" and "Virgin Islands Nice", Pressure Busspipe's decades-long career has cemented his reputation as one of reggae's most influential artists. Dynamq, the international star known for fusing reggae with African beats, promises to bring his award-winning sound to thrill the crowds. These two icons' performances at the 5th Catch A Fire International Reggae Festival mark their very first performances in South Africa and Southern Africa. They'll be joining the Festival in celebrating 30 years of South Africa's Freedom and the significant contribution of Reggae-Dancehall to the country's Freedom.

This unmissable festival is the perfect opportunity for Reggae-Dancehall enthusiasts to sway and groove to the pulsing Reggae-Dancehall rhythms. Tickets are expected to sell out fast, so don't delay in securing your spot. Let the heart-thumping basslines and mellow vocals transport you to reggae paradise when these two stellar acts take the stage at Soweto Theatre. Don't miss this electrifying experience at the iconic Soweto Theatre on March 9th. Mark your calendars and let the rhythms move you! It's an event sure to ignite passion and deliver an event to remember.

Catch A Fire Reggae Festival

Catch A Fire International Reggae Festival 2024

The Catch A Fire International Reggae Festival is one of the biggest Reggae Dancehall festivals in Africa taking place in Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa. A groundbreaking initiative which is the heartbeat of South Africa’s reggae scene is organized by Lioness Productions, a company owned by Fikile Makhalemele, which specializes in Reggae-Dancehall and Rastafari community events in South Africa. The festival transcends boundaries, celebrates diversity, and serves as a catalyst for the growth of South Africa and Africa’s reggae music and culture. The festival, in its 5 years this year, takes place at the iconic Soweto Theatre. Catch a Fire International Reggae Festival isn't just a stage; it's a platform for South African reggae artists to position themselves globally. It provides the much-needed space for reggae music to thrive, fostering an environment where artists can earn a living while celebrating the unique influence and role of reggae in South African communities and history.

Catch A Fire International Reggae Festival 2022

More than just an event, Catch A Fire International Reggae Festival is a cultural gathering that encapsulates the vibrancy of South African reggae music, fashion, and lifestyle. With programs implemented across various provinces and cities leading up to the main event, the festival aims to showcase the rich tapestry of reggae, merging both established and emerging talents. It is the ultimate convergence of commercial and underground reggae music, featuring live performances, dancehall, dub, afro-fusion, poetry, street art, film, street fashion, food, and more.

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