One of the largest art festivals in the country, the Klein Karoo Arts Festival (KKNK), has closed after a week-long program of music, film, dance, art and theater.
The 26th edition of the event based in Oudtshoorn returned to the city after a two-year absence due to COVID-19.
The festival operated with only 50 percent of its normal entertainment and limited participant numbers even up to 50 percent.
Festival goers say they are happy to be sociable outdoors.
“It was really cool to see a live show. We saw guitar rings and it was pretty electric, the atmosphere and it’s just nice to be out with the people again,” says one attendee.
“We as people from Oudtshoorn need this. It is a big event for us, financially wise in Oudtshoorn. I personally love this KKNK ”, says a local.
KKNK Festival ends after week-long entertainment – SABC News
Source link KKNK Festival ends after week-long entertainment – SABC News