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MBABANE – Coachella fever!

Today is the big day for our very own Uncle Waffles, who will perform at one of the biggest music festivals in the United States of America (USA) and globally. Born Lungelihle Zwane, Uncle Waffles continues to raise the bar as she is set to grace Coachella Festival, at the Empire Polo Club, with an Amapiano set. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival commonly referred to Coachella Festival, is an annual music and arts festival usually held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Coachella Valley in the Colorado Desert.


The festival will kick-off today until Sunday. It will also be held the following weekend for another three days from April 21 up to April 23. The event features artists from many genres in music, which includes; Rock, Pop, indie, Hip Hop and Electronic dance music, as well as art installations and sculptures. The festival further showcases popular and established musical artists as well as emerging artists. It is one of the largest, most famous, and most profitable music festivals in the USA and globally.

One of the biggest highlights of the event was seen in the year 2015 where 250 000 people attended and grossed over US$114.6 million, which is equivalent to E1 333 255 976 when converted to the local currencies. Last Saturday, the local spinner officially released her USA tour dates for this year. The tour has been dubbed USA Tour 2023 Second Times a Charm. The tour will begin on Friday, where she is slated to perform at the Coachella Festival. It will end on June 17, where she will perform at Summer Fest at Hyde Park in Chicago.


The talented artist released the visuals of her latest project last week. The full project titled ‘Asylum’ was released on March 31 and the single titled ‘Yahyuppiyah’ was the first one to be released from the EP. This single further went on to debut on BBC sounds and Radio 1xtra, which is a British digital radio station owned and operated by the BBC. It broadcasts black music and urban music, including Hip Hop and R&B and is a sister station to Radio 1.