Fundraising has never been more crucial, or more fun, than with South Africa’s live digital music streaming festival, the DreamStream. With remarkable streaming quality and great production value, it has the weight of the events’ industry behind it and is back for three days from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 June 2020.

Packed with more artists, genres and dance floors, this upcoming instalment introduces a live auction each day comprising super exciting, high-value and sometimes quirky prizes.

Whether you tune in for a specific act, or party all day discovering new talent, you’ll love the variety of entertainment which ranges from much loved EDM, to house, amapiano and hip-hop. The line-up includes:

Friday, 26 June 2020:

Stage 1 – Jon S, Household Funk, Metro Ticket, Jazzuelle, Kid Fonque, Kat La Kat, Vinny Da Vinci, Special G, Pascal & Pearce, Ricardo Da Costa, Dean Fuel & Dino Moran.

Stage 2 – Izo, Chrizz Beatz, Master Piece, Bontle Smith, Focalistic, Speedsta & Vikk The Groove.

Saturday, 27 June 2020:

Stage 1 – Ricky H, Karoo, Chris De Vos, Richard Marshall, Fogshow, Abby Nurock, Bloem & SNR JNR.

Stage 2 – G-Force, Bruno Morphet, STAB Virus, Anthea, Dane Stirrat, Nick Grater, Hippy Mafia, Portal & Deliriant.

Sunday, 28 June 2020:

Stage 1 – Lemonella, Lady Lea, Buhle, Kyle Cassim, Till Von Sein, Lady Zee & Illing.

The introduction of the live auction gives viewers the chance to bid for some phenomenal experiences, one of which is an intimate home performance by Mi Casa. Also, up for grabs are a weekend getaway to the value of R25,000, iconic sports memorabilia and much more. Tickets for the event are free and available through Howler but all participants are encouraged to donate.

All donations and proceeds will go towards the South African Fund 4 Entertainment (SAFE), a non-profit initiative established in April to raise relief funds for our country’s entertainment, events, and festival community. Through rigorous campaigning, SAFE has raised over R650,000 in two months and has provided essential support to various communities around South Africa.

Beneficiaries of the fund include the technicians, stage-riggers, cleaners, security guards, bar staff, ticketing staff and more, who are very often hired on a temporary/hourly basis and are now locked down with no income or food as a result of the Covid-19 restrictions.

For more information on DreamStream, SAFE, and how you can apply to the fund, visit www.safefund.org.za. For larger donations to the fund please contact help@safelive.events.

Tickets are FREE and are available on Howler.

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