Sho Madjozi performs on stage during the 2019 Afropunk Atlanta on October 12, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Sho Madjozi performs on stage during the 2019 Afropunk Atlanta on October 12, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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THINGS are shaping up well for Jozi’s fastest growing lifestyle festival, and organisers are pleased to announce the final addition to the 2019 line-up.

Presented in partnership with BET, Jozi Tese Festival makes its third anticipated return, this time at the multi-purpose Ruimsig Stadium in Roodepoort, south of Joburg, on 30 November.

A vibrant line-up of Mzansi’s top music acts billed to perform include BET award winning musician Sho Madjozi, house music producer and DJ Ralph Gum, Afro pop music duo Mafikizolo, house music sensation Holly Rey and DJ Ganyani.

Festival director Tshepo Riba said that the festival always strive to provides attendees with a broad offering of top class entertainment, while exposing them to some of the country’s most amazing young talent.

“It is in our best interest to ensure that we provide festival goers with a riveting mix of artists to satisfy everyone’s needs and musical tastes,” he said. 

“The inclusion of top class acts such as Mafikizolo and Sho Madjozi, alongside up-rising musicians such as Simmy and Swazi singer Zamo Dlamini is an indication of our commitment to bringing music lovers and guests nothing but the best that South Africa and the continent has to offer.

”Speaking of her anticipated performance at this year’s Jozi Tese Festival, Dlamini has promised festival goers “a-once-in-a-lifetime” musical performance.

 “This is my first time performing on the Jozi Tese stage, and I’m really excited about it,” Dlamini said.

 “Looking at the number of activities lined-up for guests, you can tell this is going to be a great event, and I’m looking forward to sharing my talents in what is arguably one of the strongest festival lineups you can find in Joburg at the moment.

”Tickets range from R150 (children), R250 (general adults to R1500 (VVIP) at Webtickets or selected Pick ‘n Pay outlets.

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