Artist line-up

sat 21 september

Kalawa Jazmee | 22:00
Corinne Bailey Rae | 22:00
Tiwa Savage | 22:00
Ralf Gum All Stars featuring


sun 22 september

raphael saadiq | 22:00
tortured soul featuring lisa shaw | 22:00
SHEKHINAH lira ten city | 22:00
Ralf Gum All Stars | 22:00

Saturday 21 September Lineup
  • Corinne Bailey Rae

  • Tiwa Savage

  • Kalawa Jazmee

  • Ralf Gum All Stars ft. Ralf Gum, Mafikizolo, Monique Bingham, Kafele Bandele, Ayanda Jiya, Portia Monique, Bongi Mvuyana, Jospeh Junior & Nivalito

Sunday 22 September Lineup
  • Raphael Saadiq

  • Tortured Soul ft. Lisa Shaw

  • Shekhinah

  • Lira

  • Ten City 

  • Ralf Gum All Stars


delicious Main Stage

Corinne bailey rae

kalawa jazmee

ralf gum all stars 

featuring: ralf gum, mafikizolo, Monique Bingham, kafele bandele, Ayanda Jiya, Portia Monique, bongi mvuyana, joseph junior, nivalito


Red Bull Music Delicious Dance Arena

cassper nyovest

ms cosmo


Main Stage

raphael saadiq

tortured soul ft. lisa shaw

ten city

ralf gum all stars

featuring: ralf gum, mafikizolo, Monique Bingham, kafele bandele, Ayanda Jiya, Portia Monique, bongi mvuyana, joseph junior, nivalito


Grammy Award nominated DJ/Producer Todd Terry has been engulfed in dance music since he first started listening to European dance music records while growing up in Brooklyn. Already devoted to turntables, he heard something different in those tracks, and he “went for the difference. I never got a break in New York, but England happened right away, so I catered to them.” In any event, the Todd Terry sound was born.

DJ Fresh

DJ Fresh is and always will be one of the most recognisable voices on South African radio with a career that has spanned over 30 years. Formerly known as Thato Sikwane from Botswana, DJ Fresh has grown into one of the most influential and respected musos in the South African music industry. His reputation for aligning himself with consistently good quality music has created loyal fans who trust his collections and productions. With over 30 releases under his belt, DJ Fresh knows how to create a smash hit. From his 5fm radio show, music gigs and CD compilations, through to his TV appearances, DJ Fresh embraces the very idea of being multi-talented.

Vinny Da Vinci

With just over two decades of deejaying under his belt, Vinny Da Vinci is one of the most important figures on the South African electronic dance music scene. Vinny has helped galvanize deep underground club culture in his various guises: as a partner in the powerhouse House Afrika Records (; as compiler and executive producer of many of their top-selling compilations; as a producer alongside his longtime partner, Dj Christos in the groundbreaking DJs At Work; as co-owner of the classic Tshwane nightclub Carnalita; and as a deejay on the leading edge of the underground house scene.


From playing at the club, Oskido was inspired and influenced by early Chicago DJs/remixers like Frankie Knuckles, Steve Silk Hurley, Louie Vega (then known as Little Louie Vega) of Master at Work fame. During this period, he would pick up records and slow down their tempo and reproduce his own sound and put them on cassette. From this, Oskido was soon doing production work and releasing rocking mixes (on cassettes) like ‘Mixmaster’ and ‘Big Jam’.Meanwhile, his reputation as a DJ grew, and he was soon spinning at campus parties at Wits and as far away as Mmabatho, where he met his future Brothers of Peace (BOP) partner Bruce “Dope” Sebitlo.

DJ Christos

Often called the country’s “Godfather of House”, Christos Katsaitis was one of the founders of the Kalawa label and via this and his own Katsaitis Music, he’s been responsible for releasing some of SA’s most groundbreaking artists, including Boom Shaka, Lebo Mathosa, Shana, Daw and Black Coffee. As a producer he’s worked on classics like Boom Shaka’s “Free”, DJs At Work’s “Hey DJ” and Shana’s 2008 smash hit, “Uyangichomela”. Christos also produces deep Afro-funk alongside Vinny Da Vinci as DJs At Work, and they won a SAMA in 1998 for Best Dance Album. Christos has since picked up a further four SAMA statues.


Karabo Mokanyane, affectionately known as Miss Ducasse in house music and luxury travel circles, attributes her love for House Music to many deejays who were making waves in the late 90s in Soweto where she grew up. She took this inspiration and love to new heights at University of Cape Town, while studying towards a BSc in Applied Maths and Oceanography, that she landed stints at UCT Radio and was entrenched in circles of other “spinners” who exposed her to all forms of House Music. Upon completing her degree, Miss Ducasse relocated to Durban in 2001 to start a career in Marketing, only to discover that the Deep House Scene was untapped in the city which lead her to establishing KaybeeInc Productions, an event management company solely focused on igniting the Deep House scene in the city. The success of this attracted the best party revellers and secured the best music lineup, unrivalled by many events today.