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DJ Fresh, Euphonik, Timo ODV set for Corona Sunsets fest

Independent Online (IOL) logo Independent Online (IOL) 2018-04-13 Mpiletso Motumi
Timo ODV during the 2016 Corona SunSets Festival at Clifton 4th Beach, The Bungalow, Corona SunSets Festival brand's largest collection of festivals and events in the world, brings the Corona SunSets Festival to South Africa, home to some of the world's most beautiful sunsets and best beaches, for the first time on December 16, 2016 in Cape Town, South Africa. © (Photo by Gallo Images / Ziyaad Douglas) Timo ODV during the 2016 Corona SunSets Festival at Clifton 4th Beach, The Bungalow, Corona SunSets Festival brand's largest collection of festivals and events in the world, brings the Corona SunSets Festival to South Africa, home to some of the world's most beautiful sunsets and best beaches, for the first time on December 16, 2016 in Cape Town, South Africa.

The Corona Sunsets Festival is set to be an event to remember.

The concert, aimed at music and food lovers, is described as a safe paradise to enjoy your Saturday afternoon.

The talented Timo ODV is in the line-up and will be mixing his tunes for those who are fans of his successful music.

a man standing in front of a crowd: Timo ODV. Picture: Instagram (@timoodv) © Provided by Independent Media Timo ODV. Picture: Instagram (@timoodv) Timo, whose real name is Timothy Oude Vrielink, said he would be doing all things techno for the event.

His tunes include hits like Dancing Again and I Need You.

“I realised I had an ear for music when I was really young. I used to make mix-tapes for my mates in school."

Now it takes him anything from three hours to three months to produce a beat.

Timo will be performing alongside DJ Fresh, Vinny Da Vinci, Euphonik, Masters at Work, DJ Maphorisa, and DJ Kenzhero among many other local and international DJs on two dance floors.

Corona marketing manager Yithi Zulu said the event was different from many others.

He said the line-up was chosen based on how the artists influenced the local market, adding that "breathtaking music and content" was key in choosing which acts would fit the event.

“Festivalgoers can look forward to a brand new venue in the heart of Sandton. Our international artists Camelphat, Kungs, and Masters At Work have never been to South Africa so they will be putting up a memorable performance. We also have a brand new stage which will be unveiled at the festival.”

Last-minute tickets are available at corona.nutickets.co.za

The event takes place at Val Bonne Estate tomorrow.

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