Red Bull launches limited edition Culture Clash cans
Issued by Atmosphere Communications - Aug 18th, 09:27
Red Bull Culture Clash fans have a new way to get behind their favourite crew with the launch of four limited edition Red Bull Culture Clash cans, each featuring one of the headline artists namely; AKA, DJ Tira, Patoranking and Admiral & Jahseed.
The limited edition set of cans are now available in-store nationally.
Red Bull Culture Clash 2017 promises to be an unmatched live music battle experience landing on 23 September 2017 at Orlando Stadium. It features four crews, with some of the biggest names in the local music and entertainment industry, repping their respective genres – hip hop, house, afro-beats and reggae – as they battle it out over four stages and a series of rounds to win the 2017 Red Bull Culture Clash title.
It’s a concept like no other with an insane mix of musical talent, exciting collabs, lots of energy and surprises. And is certain to be best experienced by being part of the action on the night where the response from the fans will determine the final winner.
So South Africa bring the noise and show support for your chosen crew!
To be a part of the Red Bull Culture Clash action on the night get your event tickets from Computicket. Doors open from 6pm on 23 September at Orlando Stadium.
Join the conversation using #RedBullCultureClash
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