Eswatini Daily News

By Siphesihle Dlamini

South African DJ Mordä has been replaced by the renowned Kwesta in the lineup of the highly anticipated fifth edition of The Epic Gig.

This unexpected change was officially announced by The Epic Gig’s Communications Officer, Loyce Kayitesi-Kayitare, adding an exciting twist to the festival’s star-studded roster.

Mordä, originally included in the phase 2 lineup release, found himself being pulled from the event due to scheduling conflicts.

ALSO READ: This Gig is Epic!

Loyce shed light on the situation in an interview, explaining that Mordä had committed to another gig just two weeks after confirming his slot at The Epic Gig.

Despite an initial agreement to be exclusively booked locally for June, Mordä’s change of heart led to a mutual decision to part ways.


With the festival set to take place from June 28 to June 30, 2024, at the picturesque Malkerns Country Club, attendees can still look forward to an unforgettable experience filled with three days of sensational performances by a stellar lineup of artists.

Headlining the event are musical powerhouses like uSimamane, Emtee, Nkosazana Daughter, Maglera Doe Boy, and Aubrey Qwana, promising a diverse and eclectic musical journey for all in attendance.

As the excitement builds for this epic weekend of music and celebration, early bird tickets are currently available at Howler, presenting a fantastic opportunity for eager fans to secure their spot at the festival.

ALSO READ: uSimamane for Epic Gig

From Full Fest arena tickets at a steal of E300 during the early bird phase to exclusive Early bird Full Fest Epic Lounge tickets at E500, there are options to suit every festival-goer’s style and preferences.

The Epic Gig is not just a music festival; it is a vibrant celebration of Eswatini’s cultural richness and creative spirit.

By showcasing a blend of entertainment, arts, culture, and fashion from diverse communities across Southern Africa and beyond.

the festival serves as a platform for unity and artistic expression, bringing together audiences in a shared appreciation of the region’s artistic talents.

Related posts

Inkabi Nation for Eswatini Motorsport Weekend


Study Loan Consortium has recovered over E370 million since 2017

EDN Reporter

Red Cross launches E12 million disaster relief project, to support over 30 000 emaSwati

EDN Reporter

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Siyabonga Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy
Open chat
Connect with the Eswatini Daily News on WhatsApp