Bali Bandits join Hifa's DJ party

HARARE - Dutch DJs, Bali Bandits, will join an impressive cast at the third edition of the annual DJ party — Sonic Wonderland — at this year’s Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa).

This year’s Hifa runs from May 1 to 6.

Sonic Wonderland features local and visiting Electronic Dance Music. The late-running gig on the Saturday night of Hifa began in 2015 and has now become a regular feature on the festival’s programming.

Bali Bandits has been described as being like Selena Gomez with the difference being the singing and acting background. And, of course, they are two dudes.

Hailing from Bali Street in Amsterdam (hence the name), the duo releases on labels like Hexagon, Future House Music, Wolv and Revealed Recordings.

The duo captured a rapidly growing fan-base and made superstar-DJ’s like Martin Garrix, Galantis and Zedd to come knocking for official remixes.

In their live sets they flirt with the unpredictable, whilst the music is carefully selected and prepared for people to have what the group calls “that unique and lively Bali Bandits experience: a music box on acid!”.

Hifa’s annual festival showcase will be held in the Harare Gardens and surrounding venues starting on May Day holiday.

Organisers have indicated that they expect over one thousand artists from Zimbabwe and around the world representing about two dozen nationalities to participate in the festival.

Show tickets for the Sonic Wonderland III performance have already begun  selling via the festival’s website and its box office at Avondale Shopping Centre in Harare.

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