Corona showed the Mother City just how a summer festival should be done with the first The Corona SunSets Festival that took place on Friday 16th December at the picturesque Bungalow, Clifton.
From the stage with its gorgeous, luminescent Mandala to the gorgeous SunSet girls, the SunSet moment, the local acts, the international acts, and much, much more – the experience was one for the books from start to finish.
Upon arrival guests walked down through gorgeous Corona gates to the Camps Bay field, which was transformed, into a sandy, beachy, festival haven, with various areas to chill out, eat, drink and dance. Of the over 5, 000 partygoers that attended, not one left unhappy or without some beautiful memories having been made.
The entertainment lineup included local musicians, vocalists and DJs dj low, Timo ODV, Kyle Watson, Cara Frew, Strange Loving, Chunda Munki & Vimo, Crazy White Boy, Good Luck, Tresor, Sketchy Bongo, Aewon Wolf, Kyle Deutsch and Shekinah. These were all responsible for warming up the crowd for the main event, which was given to the capable hands and headphones of Sam Feldt, Nora En Pure and the main headliner, Duke Dumont, to bring home. The final song of the night was fittingly Ocean Drive, one of Duke Dumont’s biggest and most well known tracks, and a fitting title for an ocean-side dance floor closer.
Social media blew up on the day with everyone that was there bragging about it, and anyone that wasn’t talking about it. There were over 88, 000 people talking about the Corona SunSets Festival, and the event and campaign hashtag, #coronasunsetsza, was officially trending on Twitter.
For those that couldn’t be there, know that you will have another chance! The Corona SunSets team have a big announcement planned for early 2017 – so be sure to listen up and make sure you don’t miss out twice!
For more information on the Corona SunSets experiences, please visit www.CoronaSunSets.com
Born in Mexico and brought up on the beach, Corona is the leading beer brand in Mexico, the 6th most valuable beer brand in the world*, and the most popular Mexican beer worldwide, with sales in more than 120 countries. Corona Extra was first brewed in 1925 at the Cervecería Modelo in Mexico City. Corona is the perfect complement to life’s simple pleasures. The golden color, light refreshing flavor and iconic hand painted bottle, topped off with a freshly squeezed lime.