Fresh heads to St Dunstan’s

Thato Sikwane, better known as DJ Fresh, will be living one of his dreams of performing at St Dunstan’s College on May 7.

“DJ Euphonik said St Dunstan’s is a wonderful place to play at,” Fresh told the City Times,“so I have always wanted to play there.”

Through the years, Fresh has become a household name, known and respected for his music and influence in the music industry.

“My motivation is my fear of failure,” he said.

Not only does his motivation encourage him to keep moving forwards, but it also created a hunger in him to succeed.

Playing music has been a passion of the DJ since he was a little boy.

“My parents always listened to music, so at the age of 12 I decided that I wanted to become a professional DJ,” he said.

But the DJ still had to finish school, so he put his love for music into action by playing at high school events and became a professional DJ thereafter.

“I first studied law after high school, but dropped out to become a professional DJ,” he said.

Not only is he a DJ, but he is also an entrepreneur and radio personality who is best known for his show on the radio station, 5FM.

Fresh is also a lover of any genre of music, so his performance at St Dunstan’s will be a surprise.

“I generally read the crowd and then play my music so that they enjoy it,” he said.

He encouraged fans to buy tickets in support of local music.

“It is also a family day, so the whole family can enjoy a day out,” he said.

Tickets are on sale at St Dunstan’s College, between 7am and 8am on Wednesdays and Fridays, the Benoni City Times office, Wakaberry Oakfields (Northmead) and Harvey World Travel Benoni (Rynfield), during work hours on weekdays.

Other DJ’s and bands who will be performing on the day are: Gangs of Ballet, DJ Voltrex, Moloi.Hesse Band, Johnny Apple, Timo ODV, Chunda Munki, and Desmond and the Tutus.

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