Target 15 K, 7 K tickets sold so far…
With exactly three weeks to go before the much anticipated Franco’s show, dubbed Soul Fill up with Franco, Voice Entertainment can exclusively reveal that organisers of the show are looking at 25 local artists who will perform alongside the Kwasakwasa musician.
Although the show is centred on the man himself, (Frank Lesokwane) it will also feature local big names to celebrate the king of Rhumba. The lineup is yet to be completed but artists such as ATI, Charma Gal, Slizer, Dr Vom and Alfredo Mos are expected to share the stage with Franco.
Pinned for April 4th at the National stadium Franco is set to perform hits from his 17 albums.
The show will also feature local artists from different genres to cater for people with different tastes in music.
Franco will perform three sets on the day with his first set coming in at 8 pm, followed by the midnight performance and last set at 4am.
Reached for comment Kabelo Oanthata who forms part of the show’s organizing team said, “We remain positive about the show. Everything is on track and the man is busy preparing for the big day. He takes this show very serious and spends sleepless night preparing for it.”
However Oanthata could not share details of the line up. “What I can reassure you is that the lineup is strictly local. We will share further details in due course,” Oanthata said.
Voice entertainment is further informed that early tickets for the event have been officially sold out.
Whilst the national stadium can accommodate around an attendance of 20 000, Soul Fill Up with Franco is targeting an audince of 15 000 people to avoid stampedes and to create space for aesthetics and stage set ups.
Voice entertainment can further reveal that tickets sales on Tuesday stood at a little over 7 000.
“Tickets are going at an impressive rate. We are quite sure we will fill up the stadium,” Oanthata could only say opting not to comment on the actual number of tickets sold.
The team is set to go on a city tour for activations and meet and greet sessions with Franco.
The show comes on the back of a nationwide call for the Kwasa Kwasa hit maker to host his own show.