Scorpion Kings
Fri 06/10

DJ Maphorisa & Kabza De Small
Doors Open 7:00pm

Presented by Radar & The Beat: Amapiano pioneers DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small (Scorpion Kings) to Ignite Melbourne and Sydney with Electrifying Sideshows Following Promiseland Festival Debut for the first time.

Meaning ‘The Pianos’ in Zulu, the South African subgenre Amapiano has been taking the global stage by storm recently with its deep, loose and soulful sounds.

Having recently performed a 6-hour set at the influential electronic music festival Sónar in Barcelona and is often referred to as the genre pioneers.The dynamic duo’s sideshows come hot on the heels of their Promiseland Festival appearance, where they are set to ignite the Gold Coast this October 2023. As the festival serves as a launchpad for their Australian takeover, these sideshows will be an opportunity for fans in Melbourne and Sydney to experience the duo’s extraordinary talents up close and personal. Sydney will be held at Liberty Hall on Fri 6thOctober and Melbourne will be held at 170 Russel on Sunday 8th October. Tickets will be available for purchase Thursday 17thAugust, 12 pm (local time) via Moshtix.

About Scorpion Kings:

Kabza De Small is often referred to as the King of Amapiano & is considered one of the best-selling music artists & pioneers of the genre. He played a huge part in popularizing Amapiano beyond South Africa with his breakthrough in 2018. Recently being a producer on Drake’s “It’s All a Blur” US tour, Kabza is set to take major strides in creating a bigger platform for Amapiano globally.

DJ Maphorisa is also a multi-gifted record producer who has become known worldwide for being the figurehead leading many Amapiano artists overseas. He has also worked with influential stars such as Chris Brown, Drake, Wizkid & more.


Do not attend if you are feeling unwell.

Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence, State Approved ‘Proof of Age’ card or Passport.

We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.