Party with the Wolf Pack at uShaka

Andrew and Brian Chaplin, popularly known as Locnville.

WET ‘n Wild will be rocking its slides on Saturday, 25 March, with the Wolf Pack. Residents can expect a hot line up of South African local talent, featuring Aewon Wolf, Sketchy Bongo, Kyle Deutsch, Kaien Cruz, Locnville, Khumz and much more together with national radio station 5fm, who will be broadcasting from 10am.

Bringing down the house will be Arnold Phillips, South African rapper and songwriter, better known by his stage name Aewon Wolf. He will also be introducing Kaien Cruz who he collaborated with on the latest hit number “They”, produced by Sketchy Bongo.

Joining him on the stage, Sketchy Bongo, who needs no introduction, is an essential part of the wolfpack which consists of a group of producers, performers, rappers and Kwaito artists.

Aewon Wolf.

Much loved Durban boy, Kyle Deutsch, vocalist and smart collaborator, a finalist in the Idols SA contest, and a song maker with a hit making touch, is also sure to bring a captivating performance to this awesome party in the park.

Another hot performance that will thrill fans, will be from South African electro hop music duo and identical twin brothers Andrew and Brian Chaplin, popularly known as Locnville a.k.a LCNVL.

This is sure to be a party to remember, so get your tickets for this proudly SA party that starts at 10am. Tickets cost R168 per person and is available from Computicket or at the uShaka Marine World ticketing office.

For more information contact uShaka Marine World on 031 328 8000 or visit www.ushakamarineworld.co.za

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