#MATL festival ends with a bang!
It was a vibey afternoon for the Durbanites at the finale of the 2019 Old Mutual Music at the Lake Festival in Africa’s surviving old gardens, Durban Botanic Gardens, on Sunday.
The concert saw thousands of Durbanites coming together to have a great time while indulging in all kinds of delicious meals, drinks, and music. The Lake series
Making the people hit the get downs was the Durban-based live band Colours of Sound, Lady Zamar came out with her famous old and new hits, as well as Africa’s drum kings Black Motion brought the drums and beats that got everyone dancing.
Thobile Tshabalala, Head of Old Mutual Brand said that they are happy to be able to bring people together for nothing but good times.
“We are delighted to be able to engage with people in such beautiful surroundings while they are treated to the amazing raw musical talent of our country. Our contribution to the Music at the Lake series also enables us to positively contribute to the sustainable environmental maintenance and upkeep of these spectacular venues. The shared value these events offer is what it is all about,” said Tshabalala.
Colours of Sound’s Sifiso “Sfiso Kcay” Khumalo said that they are happy to be performing in their hometown, Durban.
“We are very excited about yesterday’s performance, the response from the crowd was amazing and we would like to send a big shout out to the Music at the Lake for having us,” said Khumalo.
Durbanite and DUT student, Thubelihle Dumakude said that she was happy to attend the finale of the Lake Series.
“I missed the previous one but I’m happy that I came to this one. Such musical events make you forget about work and just have a good time,” said Dumkude.
Picture: Dane Forman