East Coasters turned out in their numbers to revel in the festivity of East Coast Radio Durban Day, presented by Durban Tourism, on Sunday. Close to 14 000 concert goers of all ages jammed along
The almost 14 000 strong crowd at East Coast Radio Durban Day
East Coast Radio Marketing Manager Renee Burton says, “We’re thrilled with the response to this Funsunzi family day out. The strong winds earlier in the day delayed the start of the event somewhat, due to safety reasons. But concert goers and the performers were very understanding.”
Although East Coast Radio Durban Day brings some of the country’s hottest acts to KwaZulu-Natal it is also an opportunity to showcase up and coming local talent. Through the station’s Be the Band competition The Kickstands had the opportunity to open the day. They were followed by pop sensation Toya Delazy, who brought fans to their feet. Zakes Bantwini also wowed the crowd with songs from his latest album. The ever-popular Mango Groove was fantastically received as was soulful solo artist Lira.
Lira on stage at East Coast Radio Durban Day
As the evening fell, Prime Circle, Mi Casa and Goldfish lit up the stage and took the crowd into party mode to end off the fantastic day.
(Source - East Coast Radio)
Article by +Fred Felton