- Second Jozi supershow highlights new Vivo
- Thousands flock to Container City to party
- New model will be in showrooms from July 2019
JOHANNESBURG, Gauteng – The second edition (2019) of the VW Vivonation Festival music and lifestyle event attracted more than 5500 people over the weekend (April 6-7).
The stage hosted AKA, Shane Eagle, DJ Kent, Simmy, Rouge, Sjava, Sho Madjozi, Busiswa, Mlindo The Vocalist and DJ Zan-D and was, VW says, dwarfed by giant shipping containers.
The site was a maze of activity with a beach bar, graffiti car, Trace’s Silent disco, and an elevated viewing deck. The VW media release added: ”There was something for everybody and fans had the time of their life.
SCREAM-LAUGHING ON AUTOCROSS
”The mass of dancing bodies soaked up the sun while letting go to thumping house and hip-hop. Various activation areas attracted throngs of people there to see and touch the new Polo Vivo, scream or laugh on Radio YFM’s hair-raising autocross track, or donning a costume and belting out tunes on camera from the driving seat.
”The prize was a Vivo road-trip weekend away.”
Meredith Kelly, VW SA’s marketing communications manager, told The Corner in a media release: ”We’re excited about the record turn-out at this year’s VIVOnation.”
The crowd was the best part of 1000 more than in 2018.
“While the Vivos and the line-up were hits it was the city we’ constructed within a container yard that made the festival unique. We also took the opportunity to unveil the brand new Polo Vivo Sound Edition (below).”
The Polo Vivo Sound Edition, to be in showrooms by the third quarter of 2019, is, VW says, ”a celebration of the love of music as well as the success of the Polo Vivo brand in South Africa”.