In association with Concerts SA, Johannesburg-based percussionist, Volley Nchabeleng, reaches the final stop stop on his ‘Africa, My Home’ tour when he hits the stage at the State Theatre in Pretoria at 7pm on Friday, March 3.
Tickets are R100 – phone 012 392 4000 or go online at www.computicket.com
With Heritage month upon us, uShaka Marine World is aiming to truly embrace the variety of cultures that make up our South African heritage, so visitors to the park can expect only the best in fun and entertainment to suit all who are proud of this beautiful country.
Wahooz on the Promenade will be presenting vibrant South African bands, Afro Divas on Saturday, September 10, No Fly Zone on Sunday, September 11 and The Meditators on Sunday, September 18.
Then, on the heritage weekend, Saturday, September 24, rock band, Warren Brothers, will take to the stage followed by Solomon Willy on Sunday, September 25.
Also on heritage weekend, uShaka Marine World will be featuring their legendary heritage parades at 10.45am and 1.45pm. The line-up includes Zulu dancers, marimba, Sotho dancers, Tswana dancers, Indian dancers, gumboot dancers, while Wet ‘n Wild-goers will also be able to dance to the vibes of DJ Daniel.
For more information contact uShaka Marine World at 031 328 8000.
Musicians and music-lovers in and around Durban, make a note to diarise Sunday, August 9. That’s the date for the Corobrick Orchestra concert in Durban. The British Cultural and Heritage Association (BCHA) has lined up an enticing programme of musical items to be performed by a massed ad hoc orchestra under the baton of maestro Richard Cock, always a major role-player on our national music scene. The annual event includes the participation of the Steel Drum Band and its affiliate group of Marimba Players. Continue reading