Soul Fest

As far as music festivals in the city go, Soul Fest is one of the most exciting international line-ups for 2019. Taking place on National Women's Day in August, Soul Fest is a 90s R&B fan's dream. Treat the special lady in your life to an epic concert event at the TicketPro Dome. Featuring Blackstreet founding members, Teddy Riley and Dave Hollister, Glenn Lewis and ‘Give it to me right’ songstress, Melanie Fiona, Soul Fest is going to be one to remember.

When Is It?

Friday, 09 August 2019 at 18:00 – 23:00.

Where Is It?

TicketPro Dome, Northumberland Road and Olievenhout Avenue, North Riding, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost R 590 – R 1 250 per person, get yours online by clicking here.

For More Information

For more information, visit their website, or follow them on Facebook.

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Blackstreet (photo sourced from Facebook)

Huawei Joburg Day 

Huawei Joburg Day is headed back to Crocodile Creek Polo Club in Lanseria this September. This all out South African music festival has been on our calendars for almost a decade. Each year, 947 and Huawei bring you even bigger and better acts. This year's line-up includes the best in SA Hip-Hop, EDM, Rock and Soul. Come out to celebrate the start of spring and see your favourite musicians and DJs take to the stage. View the full line-up here.

When Is It?

Saturday, 07 September 2019 at 10:00

Where Is It?

Crocodile Creek Polo Club, Botasdal Farm, Lanseria, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost R375 per person for general admission, or R947 per person for VIP access. Get your tickets here.

For More Information

Visit the Huawei Joburg Day website for more, or follow them on social media:

Facebook - facebook.com/947Joburg

Twitter - twitter.com/947

Instagram - instagram.com/947joburg/

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Huawei 947 Joburg Day

The Standard Bank Joy of Jazz Festival

This is one for all the cool cats out there. The 22nd annual Standard Bank Joy of Jazz Festival returns to the Sandton Convention Centre in September. Showcasing both South African and international jazzists, musicians and singers, the festival is a three day jazz affair. There are five stages at the venue, each featuring a number of super talented artists. This year, musicians will be coming from countries world over, including the USA, Switzerland, Thailand, Ghana, Nigeria and Cuba. Make a weekend of it and stay over at one of the many fine hotels near the venue.

When Is It?

Thursday, 26 September - Saturday, 28 September 2019.

Where Is It?

Sandton Convention Centre, 161 Maude St, Sandown, Sandton, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets are priced between R750 - R1350 per person for each day of the festival. Get your tickets online via Computicket.

For More Information

Visit the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz website, or their social media pages for more information:

Facebook - facebook.com/standardbankjoyofjazz

Twitter - twitter.com/joyofjazz

Instagram - instagram.com/joyofjazz

Joy of Jazz

Standard Bank Joy of Jazz

Prime Fest

Prime Fest returns for its second year at Casalinga Restaurant in Muldersdrift. Another all South African music festival in the city, Prime Fest features eight top SA music acts. This is a family-friendly festival taking place over 10 hours, giving you an all day music experience. The lineup for this year's festival includes Prime Circle, The Parlotones, Just Jinjer, Jack Parow, Freshly Ground, Wonderboom, Mango Groove and Shut Up It's Sunday.

When Is It?

Saturday, 05 October 2019 at 11:00.

Where Is It?

Casalinga Restaurant, Rocky Ridge Rd, Muldersdrift, Gauteng.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost R365 per person for general access, and R1 250 for VIP access. Get your tickets online via Computicket.

For More Information

Visit their website, or follow them on Facebook for more information.

Prime Circle

Can Do In The City Festival

The Can Do In The City Festival is undoubtedly the biggest international tour headed to Joburg. English indie-pop foursome, The 1975, will headline a stellar line-up of artists from the UK, the US and Australia. Plus, there may be a few South African support acts added right at the last minute just to amp up the excitement. Taking place right in the heart of the Joburg CBD at Ellis Park Stadium, this all day alternative music show is a must for young Joburgers looking for a really cool vibe, great tunes and some awesome Instagram content. Click here to see the full festival line-up.

**Strictly no under 18s allowed.

When Is It?

Sunday, 06 October 2019 at 09:00 – 17:00.

Where Is It?

Ellis Park Stadium, (Emirates Airline Park), S Park Ln, New Doornfontein, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost R595 - R695 per person. Book yours here.

**Phase 1 tickets have already sold out, so get yours now!

For More Information

Visit the In The City website, or follow them on social media for more information:

Facebook - facebook.com/InTheCityJHB

Twitter - twitter.com/inthecityjhb

Instagram - instagram.com/inthecityjhb

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The 1975 (photo sourced from Facebook)

Passenger

Passenger, AKA Mike Rosenberg is headed back to Joburg for a solo concert at the TicketPro Dome in November. After receiving a massive amount of support from his South African fans during his stint as Ed Sheeran's support act in March 2019, Big Concerts announced that Passenger would be back for a solo show. The English crooner is best known for his 2013 single, Let Her Go. If you are fan of folksy guitar ballads and clever lyrics, this one is for you.

When Is It?

Saturday, 23 November 2019 at 20:00 – 22:00.

Where Is It?

TicketPro Dome, Northumberland Rd and Olievenhout Ave, North Riding, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost between R400 - R685 per person. Get yours online via Computicket.

For More Information

Visit the Big Concerts website, or follow them on social media for more information:

Facebook - facebook.com/bigconcerts

Twitter - twitter.com/bigconcerts

Instagram - instagram.com/bigconcerts

Passenger

Passenger (photo sourced from Facebook)

Afropunk

Finally, closing out the year on a high note is Afropunk Joburg 2019! Spend the last two days of the year soaking up the sights and sounds at Constitution Hill in Braamfontein. Afropunk is all about celebrating African heritage, culture and rebelliousness. It is a safe space to have fun, express your true self and just freak out. So, waste no time and get your tickets in the bag. The line-up for Afropunk Joburg 2019 is as follows:

International acts

Local acts

When Is It?

Monday, 30 December - Tuesday, 31 December 2019 from 12:00 daily.

Where Is It?

Constitution Hill, 11 Kotze Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg CBD.

How Much Is It?

Tickets range from R600 per person for a single day pass, to R2 900 per person for a two day VIP pass. Get your tickets on the Afropunk website.

For More Information

Visit their social media pages for more information and festival updates:

Facebook - facebook.com/afropunk

Twitter - twitter.com/afropunk

Instagram - instagram.com/afropunk

Afropunk Joburg 2019

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What Is It?

Can Do In The City returns to the heart of Johannesburg, transforming Ellis Park into a festival wonderland. So, be sure to bring all your friends — from Joburg and afar. The lineup cannot be missed. Come dance and sing along to Mura Masa, Majid Jordan, Full Crate, 6lack and many more. See? We told you it's about to get epic!

When Is It?

Sunday, 07 October 2018 at 12:00 – 22:00.

Where Is It?

Ellis Park Stadium, S Park Lane, New Doornfontein, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets are R295 – R495 per person. Get yours here!

For More Information

Visit their Facebook page or this website for more details.