The stations says that listeners can expect 'entertainment, alcohol and terrific food' delivered to their tables. This concert will also host two hospitality decks in the wings of the main stage.

The Hot Local was created along the same lines as the '#LightSARed campaign', which aimed to reboot an entire industry that has had little to no financial aid from the government.

According to the station, this has been a global trend and had caused damage to the music and events industry. It was the first industry to be closed down and will be the last industry to be reopened.

This series provides a platform for the industry suppliers, production houses and artists to generate some urgently needed income, adds the station.

Strict social distancing and safety measures have been put in place so that South Africans can enjoy live music in a safe, controlled and comfortable environment. Everyone will be seated at tables with waiter service with no queuing required, concludes the radio station. 

The Hot Local Concert Series will take place between Saturday, 24 October and Sunday, 25 October. Tickets are available from R275 Ticketpros.

Dylan, The Graham Watkins Project and Majozi will perform on the Saturday and Dylan, Dr. Victor and the Rasta Rebels and Rubber Duc will be on stage on the Sunday.

The Local Bar and Kitchen, Kyalami is located at Number 66 on the R55. 

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