The country is currently on lockdown, which means that concerts have been put on hold until further notice. But just because events have been postponed or cancelled, doesn't mean you can't enjoy great music performed by South Africa's top artists from the comfort and safety of your own home.
In celebration of Africa Day, Mall of Africa is inviting you to tune into their Sessions for Africa Day online concert! Expect virtual performances by Toya Delazy, Zolani Mahola and Lira, singing their best hits, live from their homes.
You can enjoy this online concert free of charge, however, viewers are encouraged to show their appreciation by donating using the QR code which will be available during the show. These contributions will go to towards supporting local artists and the Attacq Foundation.
Monday, 25 May 2020 from 19:00 to 21:00.
Live from Mall of Africa's Facebook page.
This event is FREE.
For more information about the Mall of Africa and their Sessions For Africa Day online concert, visit their Facebook page.
Join in as Jennifer Hudson portrays Aretha Franklin in Respect, which will be released later this year. Respect celebrates the life and music of the legendary Queen of Soul. To connect to people during this difficult time and offer much needed entertainment, Jennifer Hudson will be performing a live Instagram concert this Wednesday, 25 March, at 22:00 South African time.
Zolani is inviting fans to tune into her Instagram page, @zolanimahola, every weekday from 18:00 – 18:30. She will be spending 30 minutes singing and chatting. She will also be sharing her thoughts about life, love, family, isolation, lockdown and COVID-19.
This is our favourite Instagram DJ, with his star-studded Instagram parties that has managed to draw everyone from Oprah Winfrey to Rihanna and Joe Biden. DJ D-Nice is partnering with Michelle Obama and WhenWeAllVote for a #CouchParty on 25 March at 18:30. Volunteers will be texting to encourage vote registration during the performance.
Riverboats Music Festival have launched The Lounge Room Sessions, which will broadcast a 20 minute set from an Australian act at 20:00 each night from 25 to 29 March. The lineup is as follows:
The Melbourne Digital Concert Hall will start streaming a pay-for-play. Kicking off from 27 to 29 March, expect more music and entertainment from the safety of your home.
Have you always dreamed of running away to join the circus? If like us you have no talent for acrobatics, magic or death defying feats of gravity, come down to Joburg Theatre this September. After two immensely successful runs in Cape Town in 2017 and 2018, Journey Beyond – A Symphonic Circus will be performed for the first time ever at the Joburg Theatre. So, let your imagination run free as the Symphonic Circus takes over the Nelson Mandela Stage.
Zip Zap Circus School will delight you as they perform near-impossible human feats and mesmerising aerial acts. Accompanied by the Johannesburg Youth Orchestra and special vocal guests, Zolani Mahola, Brandon October and Zita Pretorius. In celebration of Heritage Month, these young South Africans collaborate to create a world of magic using the art of circus performance against the backdrop of a live orchestra. You definitely won't want to miss this one! Bring the whole family along for a fun and thrilling live theatre experience.
Friday, 20 September 2019 - Sunday, 22 September 2019.
Friday at 19:30
Saturday at 15:00 and 19:30
Sunday at 15:00
Joburg Theatre (Nelson Mandela Stage), 163 Civic Boulevard, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
Tickets cost between R165 - R320 per person. Book yours here!
Visit Joburg Theatre's website for further details. Or, follow them on social media for the latest show updates and more:
Facebook - facebook.com/joburgtheatre
Twitter - twitter.com/joburgtheatre
Contact them on 0861 670 670 or via email at [email protected]