Kaz'Out Musik Festival 2019 Artists Line Up Kaz'Apero
So let's get to know the artists who will perform on the scene "Kaz'Apero"
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So you must be wondering who plays at what time? Here is the complete line-up of the festival
Their album “Where we belong” which came out in 2018 has been an absolute hit. The Prophecy is definitely THE ARTIST of year 2018
So let's get to know the artists who will perform on the stage "Kanbar"
So let's get to know the artists who will perform on the stage "Dan Vilaz"
Kaz’Out has now become one of the most awaited music festivals in Mauritius and one of the few to come back every year. Since its first edition at the Eureka House in Moka; a site in the heart of nature and full of history, the festival has continued to grow, improve and enrich its musical line-up
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