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Feel Good Series Expand Its Platform To More Than Just Live Performances

The much loved live performance platform Feel Good Series is expanding its model to include more than just the live performances of established artists. There will now be a focus on showcasing emerging artists as well as the inclusion of a diverse setlist of artistic endeavours. What started out as a series of rooftop parties with a live performance feature in 2016 has evolved and become a platform and brand with 3 musically inclined experiences.

Each month and starting this April, Feel Good Series will be hosting their much loved live performance parties that feature a single “star on the rise” alongside popular and emerging DJs. This is preceded by The Listening Party, a cozy gathering for tastemakers, media and fans to get to know the particular month’s “star on the rise” in an intimate setting.

Feel Good Series also presents UMI, Our Music Festival – a 12 hour indulgence that not only includes music but film, fashion and art coming in December. The Feel Good Series stage has featured Msaki, Bongeziwe Mabandla, Samthing Soweto, Muzi, Marcus Harvey, Filah Lah Lah, Money Badoo and many others making it a must attend for hip hop, indie and alternative music lovers.

“In the last five years, Feel Good Series has established itself as a credible and much loved entertainment platform which aims to support emerging musical talent and pushes music culture forward.” Nandi Dlepu, owner of the experience-led agency, Mamakashaka and founder of Feel Good Series.

To kick off this year’s Feel Good Series calendar is singer, rapper, and songwriter Ricky Tyler, currently under the fast-rising production house/indie label Playground Productions and is also signed to Def Jam Africa/Universal Music Group SA.

Follow @feelgoodseries on Instagram for ticket information and to stay updated.

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