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Ghana’s Kyekyeku headlines Jazzy Joburg Market

Posted by radio On September - 20 - 2019 ADD COMMENTS

GHANA’S KYEKYEKU HEADLINES THE JAZZY JOBURG MARKET – THE PERFECT STARTING LINE UP TO THE STANDARD BANK JOY OF JAZZ!

 

 

 

The Standard Bank Joy of Jazz – in partnership with Joburg Tourism and the Nelson Mandela Square – has created an outstanding opportunity for developing artists to share their music and talents at a fun-filled Jazzy Joburg Market to take place at the Square in Sandton from the 27th-29th September 2019.

The three-day musical market was started in 2018 with the likes of Nelisiwe Sibiya, Aus Tebza, Sobantwana, Zano, Vuyo Tyolo and the Dutch band – The New York Round Midnight Band and an official opening by the Executive Mayor Mr Herman Mashaba.

 

This year Ghanaian artist Kyekyeku, Koh Mr Saxman and the Standard Bank Youth Jazz Band will be entertaining the crowds. Former Gold Fish lead singer Sakhile Moleshe will be MCing the three-day event. Developing bands such as Afrida Marimba, Y U Asking Me and Afrika Jazz Band will be taking on the first day(Friday).

The Saturday will be P.A Band, Ark of Arts Band with the last being the Standard Bank National Youth Jazz band.

Sunday’s performers are Tokolo Jazz Band, followed by Thai artist Koh Saxman and Alexander Beets from the Netherlands with Ghana’s finest, Kyekyeku being the last.

 

Joburg Tourism will be utilizing The Standard Bank Joy of Jazz to partner with SMMEs for the second edition of the Jazzy Joburg Market. This is where the market comes together with jazz to give visitors a great welcome to Joburg – reinforcing Joburg Tourism’s #Welcome2Jozi campaign which aims to emphasize the city’s positioning that it is more than a stopover destination and that there’s more to it.

 

The market will be open from 15h30 to 20h00 (Friday and Saturday), while on Sunday the market is open from 10h00 until 17h00 at the Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton. The Jazzy Joburg Night Market is the daily build-up to the main Joy of Jazz Festival taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre – with food stalls, arts and crafts exhibitors and all the trimmings to be expected from a night market in a creative space; an outstanding opportunity for developing artists to share their music and talents at a fun-filled night market.

 

“We are thrilled to be hosting the Jazzy Joburg Night Market with our partners, – what a way to showcase our diversity, musicality, talent, art and food!” says Festival Producer and General Manager of T Musicman, Ms Mantwa Chinoamadi.

 

“We want a fun way to ease music lovers into the main Jazz festival, while still enticing those that are indecisive about buying their festival tickets. The artists we have on the lineup are all accomplished, dynamic performers who we are determined to build relations with for future shows. We encourage everyone to come and have a good time at the market; it’s a friendly, welcoming environment for all.”

 

 

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Engen (http://www.Engen.co.za) has signed a three-year sponsorship agreement as the Official Fuel Partner to the DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival, taking place at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in Midrand on 21 and 22 September 2019.

 

“Engen are pleased to partner with the DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival as the Official Fuel Partner, and we look forward to providing experiences of convenience for our customers and festival goers”, commented Bulela Mkandawire, Corporate Brand & Sponsorship Manager, Engen.

 

 

Dubbed South Africa’s premier lifestyle event, the two-day festival welcomes the entire family to indulge in the best food and entertainment. Included in this culinary extravaganza is a safe, educational and entertaining designated children’s area sponsored by Engen also known as the ‘Engen Kids Fest’.

 

 

This year, the Engen Kids Fest will offer healthy and nutritional food and refreshments throughout the day inspired by multi -award winning culinary expert and food extraordinaire.

An excited Siba Mtongana said: “I am delighted to be partnering with Engen at this year’s DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival, as we take the kiddies area to the next level, in true Ms Sibalicious style.”

 

“I have curated an interactive, educational, and entertaining food explosion experience for kids of all ages ranging from healthy treats, baked goodies and cooked masterpieces by the mini chefs who will be cooking along with me. Moms and dads don’t let your little people miss out on this fun activity”, added Mtongana

 

 

Designed and curated with every child in mind, the Engen Kids Fest will boast a range of fun areas to explore for all kinds of bright-eyed explorers. It’s a world of play and learning combined into one memorable experience that shows how much Engen cares.

 

 

“The sponsorship of the DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival provides Engen with a platform to actively engage and connect with our current and future market in a relevant and purposeful way”, added Mkandawire.

Children aged between 3 – 13 years old will enter a mini fest of their own and can enjoy a range of cool activities from art classes, drawing and colouring, interactive Lego area for building, live shows and entertainment, outdoor activities, healthy food and refreshments, a mini library, slot car racing to F1 gaming simulators and much more.

 

 

The Engen Kids Fest will close at 19h00 on both nights with trained child minders and security onsite through the course of the two days.  Parents will be requested to register and will receive a barcode that tags adults to children enabling updates to be sent throughout the day to the parents.

 

 

Tickets to the Engen Kids Fest are R295 per child, per-event day, and can be purchased at Howler. Visit Engen Kids Fest Tickets (https://bit.ly/31Xhq5N) for more information.

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The journey to MTN Bushfire 2020 starts now as Phase 1 tickets are now available  via the MTN Bushfire website, as of today September 16. Taking place from 29 to 31 May 2020, MTN Bushfire is more than simply a music festival. As one of  Africa’s largest and most inclusive festival of music and the arts, MTN Bushfire has earned its global reputation as a distinctly African, yet globally-infused festival experience.

 

Early-bird Full Festival Golden Lounge and Main Arena tickets SOLD OUT in just over a day after their release last week, so don’t miss out on this next phase of reduced ticket prices that are NOW AVAILABLE.

MTN Bushfire annually welcomes close to 30,000 admissions hailing from 60 different countries, who make the journey from near and far to the peaceful Malkerns Valley of Eswatini. For the past 5 years the festival has completely SOLD OUT so guests are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets early.

Early-Bird Phase 1 Phase 2
Full Festival Golden Lounge SOLD OUT 1,950 2,350
Full Festival Main Arena SOLD OUT 950 1,150
Full Festival Children SOLD OUT 250 300

 

MTN Bushfire 2020 will offer an upgraded Golden Lounge, improved and expanded camping options, as well as the diverse and eclectic mix of music, arts, and culture that makes it such a unique and memorable experience.

A beacon of hope that proudly and positively celebrates cultural diversity, the MTN Bushfire experience manifests within a unique atmosphere of tolerance and inclusion. These positive vibrations start as ripples within the local community and become waves that grow as they carry festival-goers home, and ultimately inspire a global movement.

Winner of the Best Responsible Event Award at the African Responsible Tourism Awards in 2017,MTN Bushfire was also hailed in 2016 by CNN as one of the “7 African music festivals you really have to see” and listed by BBC as a “Top African festival.”

 

 

A living, breathing ecosystem, MTN Bushfire invites all fans of music, the arts, cultural exploration and environmental sustainability to become part of the thriving community that is MTN Bushfire.

 

 

All ticketing and accommodation information can be found on the website: MailScanner has detected a possible fraud attempt from “howler.evlink1.net” claiming to be  https://www.bush-fire.com/ . For general information, please email info@bush-fire.com and for ticketing queries, contact support@howler.co.za

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After the third sold out Bassline Live Series at The Lyric Theatre, the next exciting event is set for Saturday 5thOctober 2019 with AN INTIMATE NIGHT WITH VUSI NOVA with support acts 047 & Bongane_Sax.

 

Catch this multi-award-winning Afro-soul superstar for a one-night only intimate music affair at the beautiful Lyric Theatre at Gold Reef City.

 

 

Set to be a night to remember, Vusi Nova will present a retrospective of songs from his range of albums, including from “Naninina” released in 2016. This album, that reached platinum status just 5 months after its release date and currently is a double platinum status album, won Best Afro Pop Album at the South African Music Awards 2017, and made the nation fall in love with him through its heart-breaking songs.

 

 

Vusi Nova will also perform “As’phelelanga”, the song that fast became South Africa’s anthem, soon after the performance on South African Idols went viral. These are just some of the well-known and loved favourites to look forward to in this magical evening.

 

 

Vusi Nova will also perform his most recently released single “Ewe” which features 047 who will join him live on stage for a truly memorable performance.

He will also showcase his new track that he features on with ONESIMUS – BABA GOD.

047, the exciting Afropop trio from Mthatha, will also open the night. The group leaped into the spotlight about two years ago after they were discovered and groomed by Vusi Nova. 047 recently received the Grahamstown Standing Ovation Award – for their 2nd Night’s Performance at National Arts Festival 2019. For047 to share the stage at the Lyric Theatre with Vusi Nova will truly be a magical experience

 

 

Bongane_Sax, the remarkably talented saxophonist recently released his second album on which he also collaborates with Vusi Nova and 047. A self-taught saxophonist, Bongane_Sax started playing the clarinet without any formal training and has gone on to massive success with his renditions of classic South African songs as well as his own original music.

 

 

The show starts at 8pm on Saturday October 5th. Get your tickets FROM R250 at Computicket. You can also get all the latest news on the Bassline Live series on our Facebook page.

 

 

Once again, supporting this event is stylish urban outfitters Brentwood Clothing who continue to stand behind the rich arts and culture scene in South Africa. Bassline Live is also presented in association withCastle Lite to unlock Extra Cold Refreshment

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The MTN Bushfire 2020 Experience Starts Now!

Posted by radio On August - 15 - 2019 ADD COMMENTS

Pre-Register from August 16th for Early Bird Tickets

 

For the past five years, MTN Bushfire has been sold out well in advance of the event, leaving many festival fans disappointed and unable to take part in Africa’s largest and most diverse festival of music and the arts.

Avoid disappointment in 2020 and pre-register to stand a chance to secure your discounted Early Bird tickets to MTN Bushfire 2020, which will take place from Friday May 29 to Sunday May 31, 2020.

 

For the 13th edition in 2019, nearly 30,000 admissions saw guests from over 60 different countries converge on the peaceful Malkerns Valley, with many disappointed fans unable to get tickets.

 

The MTN Bushfire experience is a unique, energizing and uplifting weekend that celebrates the music, cultures, and the arts of Africa and beyond. Make sure you are part of the MTN Bushfire 2020 experience which is guaranteed to be amazing, and register now to get your chance for Early Bird tickets.

 

Exclusive access to these discounted tickets will be reserved for those who pre-register ONLY. This will be the only opportunity to access these Early Bird tickets, which will go on sale on September 11th, 2019.

 

To pre-register, visit www.bush-fire.com but please note that pre-registration does notguarantee tickets as there are only limited early bird tickets available. Those that have registered will receive a notification in order to enable their purchase of MTN Bushfire 2019 early bird tickets online. Tickets must be bought and paid for within a 2-day period.

 

Phase 1 tickets will be available from September 16th 2019. Various camping and travel packages will also be available to book along with your early bird ticket from the MTN Bushfire Festival website.

 

For ticketing queries, please email tickets1@nutickets.co.za or call +268 2528 2040. For further information about MTN Bushfire, please email communications@bush-fire.com.

 

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The Standard Bank Luju Food & Lifestyle Festival, after it’s hugely successful inaugural edition, will return this year on August 3rd with a diverse and uniquely curated program that focuses on regional flavours, tastes and trends.

 

Set on the lavish lawns of the House on Fire Sculpture Garden against a breath-taking backdrop of endless cane fields and rolling hills in Eswatini, just a four-hour drive from Johannesburg at the home of the MTN Bushfire Festival, this is a not-to-be missed event for any food enthusiasts, culture buffs and travellers.

 

With the global culinary sensation Siba Mtongana already announced as the headliner for the exciting and interactive culinary program, a range of additional activations and engagements have also been confirmed.

 

 

Sustainable and Local

Returning to Luju for the second year will be the much-loved Ultimate Braai Master Pete Goffe-Wood, who will host an interactive and collaborative activation in partnership with Malandela’s Restaurant.

A world-renowned chef, a judge of MasterChef and founder of Kitchen Cowboys, Pete will once again host the hugely popular Kids Kitchen at the festival.

Another uniquely African perspective will be presented by heritage specialist Bob Forrester, who will share his insights on traditional healing and the holistic approach of local healers, known as sangomas.  Guests can attend this fascinating talk and also have a healing session with an experienced local sangoma.

 

Luju means honey – and this year, local honey producer and bee expert Sibusiso Dlamini, from Bulembu Honey, will present an informative overview on the history and current plight of the African honey bee. Global food security is directly dependent on bees, and yet pests, disease, and pesticides are threatening their very existence.

 

Local honey production and the protection of the honey bee have been identified as essential to community development, as well sustainable farming and job creation within Eswatini.

The Standard Bank Luju Food & Lifestyle Festival is also excited to host the fresh-produceEkuphileni Market, as well as PELUM Swaziland at this year’s event. PELUM is a network of non-governmental organizations that strive to conserve the environment and actively promote sustainable agriculture practices.

 

PELUM will be at Luju to share the progress on their first urban garden being created in the capital city of Mbabane, which will be used as an Agroecology training and demonstration centre that can also serve a multitude of other purposes. Demonstrations will include dry sanitation, rainwater harvesting, indigenous nurseries, natural material construction and composting, amongst others.

 

The Moya Centre, an organization that aims to strengthen the future of Swaziland through the nurture of children, is a well-established safe space for orphaned and vulnerable children in the Mahlanya community. Along with NOSH Food Rescue NPC (NOSH), which aims to reduce food insecurity by diverting, repurposing, and redistributing prepared and perishable surplus food, Moya will host a Kids Corner activation focused on recycling and food security.

Through fun and interactive games and cooking demonstrations, children will have the chance to learn about the various recycling categories, such as waste, recyclables (paper, plastic, metal), biodegradable, and compostable.

Additionally, Hanneke von Linge from NOSH will be speaking about various other elements of NOSH programming such as moving from food provision to food promotion, and on to food production, and the importance of this to sustaining healthy communities in the long term.

To accompany the various food activations, Luju will be offering an array of drinks spaces and activations. The Drinks Promenade, at the centre of the Luju gardens, is our new adventure within an adventure, that will allow guests to journey through the Luju gardens while experiencing exclusive wines, whiskeys, craft beers and gins from a selection of our new beverage partners.

Sway the Night Away

In addition to the full array of food and lifestyle activities taking place across the Luju landscape, The Standard Bank Luju Main Stage will feature an inspired array of jazz, afro-pop, blues, a cappella and much more, showcasing high-profile acts from the region and beyond.

The Standard Bank Luju Festival is excited to confirm the legendary Bongo Maffin from South Africa as a headline act who will take to the stage on Saturday night.

Additional confirmed acts include The Muses, the four glamorous and gorgeous classically trained musicians who transform popular and contemporary music with violin and cello.

Also featuring are Eswatini’s Amanda Mo – MTN SWAMA Best Afro Pop Artist 2018 – and Mozambique’s Ghorwane, who continue to be one of the biggest musical groups in the country. South Africa’s The GrazRoots Project is the musical embodiment of the Luju theme as it sets out to re-connect us with our South African Musical Heritage.

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Apple today announced Up Next Live, a series of intimate performances from past and present Apple Music Up Next artists including Bad Bunny, Daniel Caesar, Khalid, Ashley McBryde, King Princess, Lewis Capaldi and Jessie Reyez. Each artist will perform for fans in one city, for one night only.
Apple Music Up Next is a monthly programme showcasing the best new artists in the world. Each month, Apple Music tastemakers and editors identify one artist to feature, then utilise the power of the platform to raise awareness of that artist to Apple Music’s growing audience of music fans. Apple Music Up Next also includes a deeply curated companion playlist  full of incredible new artists across genres from all over the world.
Each artist on the diverse Up Next Live roster has been featured as an Apple Music Up Next artist in the monthly programme or through the playlist. All shows will be hosted after hours in local Apple stores in Milan, San Francisco, Brooklyn, Paris, London, Chicago and Washington, D.C. Apple stores frequently offer free creative sessions through Today at Apple and serve as the place where the local creative community can come together and share ideas, making them the perfect backdrop for Up Next Live. Performances kick off July 9 with global sensation Bad Bunny at Apple Piazza Liberty in Milan.
“The impact [of being part of Up Next] can be seen in everything, in numbers, in plays, in shows,” said Bad Bunny. “There are a lot of fans that, when I go out in the street in the US, people who do not speak Spanish, I think they will not know me and they stop me, they ask me for pictures and they sing my songs. It helped me very much to make myself known in a market different from mine, not only the USA, but in places where Spanish is not spoken or where perhaps Latin music does not dominate, exposing my music and giving people the opportunity to get to know what I do.”
Up Next Live schedule:
July 9 — Bad Bunny at Apple Piazza Liberty, Milan
July 19 — Jessie Reyez at Apple Union Square, San Francisco
July 25 — King Princess at Apple Williamsburg, Brooklyn
July 31 — Lewis Capaldi at Apple Champs-Élysées, Paris
August 9 — Daniel Caesar at Apple Covent Garden, London
August 16 — Ashley McBryde at Apple Michigan Avenue, Chicago
August 23 — Khalid at Apple Carnegie Library, Washington, D.C.
For more information, please visit apple.co/amupnextlive.
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It was a good night for newcomer Sho Madjozi as she won two of the coveted SAMA25 awards Newcomer of the Year and Female Artist of the Year. Not to be outdone, Sjava scooped the prestigious Album of the Year and Best Afro Pop Album while Black Motion with ‘Moya wa Taola’ won Best Dance Album and Duo/Group of the Year.
DJ Black Coffee also sealed the double win with two gongs Male Artist of the Year and Best Collaboration Award with David Guetta for ‘Drive’ from last night.

Joyous Celebration picked up the SAMRO/ CAPASSO Best Selling Digital Artist (Composer’s Award) tonight, bringing their tally to three, making them the biggest winners of SAMA25. Last night they were honoured with Best Selling DVD and Best Selling Artist.
The silver jubilee of SAMA reached a nail biting crescendo when the public-voted Record of the Year winner was announced as ‘Deeper’ by Holly Rey.

 

The highly contested Best Hip Hop Album award went to Nasty C for his ‘Strings and Bling’. Kwaito veteran Spikiri proved his staying power when he beat stiff competition to clinch Best Kwaito/Gqom/Amapiano Album.
Spirit of Praise won the Best Traditional Faith Music Album for their ‘Spirit of Praise Vol. 7’ while on the African Indigenous front Ithimba LeAfrica’s ‘Sesiphunyukile’ came out tops.

 

Snotkop’s ‘SOUS’ took home the Beste Pop Album while Tresor’s ‘Nostalgia’ earned him Best Pop Album. Sgwebo Sentambo emerged a winner in the Best Maskandi Album for ‘Yekani Umona’. Candy’s ‘Hupenyu Unenge Viri’ won the Best Traditional Album.

 

Lifetime Achievement recognition was bestowed on the late Motswako hip hop proponent HHP, kwaito and guz pioneers TKZee and the iconic band Mango Groove.

 

A series of six paired hosts took the audience through the 25 years of the SAMA with radio stars Bob Mabena and Melanie Bala recreating their TV partnership as they threw back to the 90s, Twasa of Lesedi FM and rapper Khuli Chana held it down for the 2000s while comedian Mpho Popps and actress/humanitarian Nomzamo Mbatha presented the 2010s.

There were some memorable and magical moments as the SAMA25 stage exploded with performances that brought back great memories such as the Kwaito leg featuring Bongo Maffin, Thebe, Trompies, Freshly Ground (Zolani) and Connell Cruise.

The beauty of South African heritage was in full display in the Traditional segment led by the iconic Mahotella Queens and the bow and arrow legend Madosini, and SAMA25 nominees Tswelelang Cultural Dancers and VhaVenda Cultural Group.

 

The Hip Hop fraternity came out in full force with Ishmael, Zakwe, BLAKLEZ, Citi Lyts and Musiholiq. Sjava, Mlindo The Vocalist, Refentse, Zethe and Mbuzeni represented the Maskandi/Urban part well.
Gospel powerhouses Rebecca Malope and Ntokozo Mbambo hit all the right notes along with Sipho Ngwenya and the Soweto Gospel Choir. The In Memoriam performed by SAMA25 nominees Vusi Nova, Jessica Mbangeni and Thembisile Ntaka was both uplifting and a tearjerker.

 

 

The curtain came down on SAMA25 with a spectacular finale of performances from winner Sho Madjozi, Kelly Khumalo, DJ Sumbody, Dladla Mshunqisi, DJ Tira and Distruction Boyz, Sun-El Musician and Mobi Dixon.
Commented Nhlanhla Sibisi, CEO of RiSA: “We are proud of the SAMA25 journey and how fitting the celebrations have been tonight. We applaud the winners and nominees, the performers, presenters and hosts who brought their flavours to making this event such a great success. A big thank you to our sponsors, stakeholders and partners. We also owe a debt of gratitude to the music loving South Africans who have supported the SAMAs since day one and without whom all this would not take place. We are filled with hope that the future of SAMA and music in this country is bright”.

 

 

North West MEC for Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation, Mme Tsotso Tlhapi was ecstatic about the success of SAMA25. “I am really over the moon,” she said. “The event truly lived up to Its expectations. Congratulations to all the winners. What a way to celebrate 25 years of excellence.”

 

 

The SAMA25 took place on Friday, 31 May and Saturday, 1 June in Sun City, North West province. It was broadcast live on June 1 on SABC1 at 8pm and live streamed on My Muze: https://mymuze.com/za/music-za_page_sama25?utm_source=sama25tv&utm_campaign=sama25-livestream. To catch highlights of SAMA25 visit Vodacom Video Play.

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In celebration of the milestone 25th anniversary, the SAMA goes back into time to bring some of the biggest names that defined an era in the entertainment space. Side by side with the songs that became anthems these stars dictated the terms in popular culture.

 

To recreate the magic and rapport that made them a formidable 1990s TV couple, Bob Mabena teams up with Melanie Bala. The twosome presented Studio Mix, a hugely popular music show on SABC1 that built careers and fuelled hits into national prominence. Mabena is currently the breakfast host on Power FM and the station manager, while Bala is on Metro FM as a newsreader.

 

 

Lesedi FM host Twasa Seoke joins forces with popular hip-hop star Khuli Chana to relive the moments that made the 2000s such a vibrant period in local music. Twasa is an award winning presenter and sought after MC while Khuli is one of the pioneers of Motswako rap emerging from the streets of Mahikeng, North West.

 

Comedian Mpho Popps and actress Nomzamo Mbatha hook up to present the period after 2010 to current. Mpho is one of the new shining stars on the comedy stage, he presented the first night of SAMA24 earning him lots of praise and now he returns to be on the broadcast awards edition of SAMA25. Nomzamo has set herself apart from her peers with her talent, looks and philanthropy work. She is a Goodwill Ambassador for the UNHCR, the United Nations Refugee Agency and one of the most followed local celebrities on social media.

 

 

Hulisani Ravele, the 94.7 weekend breakfast host will hold it down alone on Friday for the first night of the SAMA which will not be broadcast live.

 

 

To steal the old adage, like sand through the hour glass so are the days of the SAMA, the viewers are in for a night of nostalgia, joyous reunions and euphoria on music’s biggest night.

 

 

Comments RiSA CEO Nhlanhla Sibisi: ‘We couldn’t have thought of a better way to mark this huge milestone than turning to the stars that contributed so much to popular culture, for which music is a big component, if not the main driver. These names are synonymous with cool and we are honoured to have them grace this big stage and we have every faith in them that they will engender a spirit of celebration and recognition at South Africa’s biggest music award ceremony.’

 

 

The North West Department of Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs (CATA) said the SAMA25 presenters will add the necessary vibrant dimension to the occasion.

 

 

“As sponsors, we regard SAMA25 as a major event that marks an important milestone in our recent showbiz history,’’ a Departmental spokesperson said. ‘’We are excited by the choice of presenters who will take us through a night of great memories. We will all definitely have a fun time in the North West.’’

 

 

With so much star power and wattage on stage, all eyes will be fixed on Sun City this weekend for a memorable night of delightful celebration, surprises and entertainment.

 

 

The SAMA25 takes place on May 31 and June 1 in Sun City, North West province. It will be broadcast live on June 1 on SABC1 at 8pm. Tickets to the show are available at Ticket Pro for R415

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It’s that time again for one of South Africa’s most anticipated top award honors, the South African Music Awards. In celebrating its 25th year anniversary SAMA 25 boasts a string of legendary stalwarts and pioneers in the media industry with Melanie Bala and Bob Mabena as hosts to throw back to music etched in South African history. The ceremony will be taking place this Saturday, 01 June 2019 at the Sun City Superbowl, in Rustenburg.

 

With SABC1 as the official broadcast partner of the night dubbed “galaxy of stars” viewers will be able to tune into the exciting live music award ceremony on Saturday, 01 June 2019 from 20h00-22h30. For those with a love for all things beautiful, a live broadcast will begin at 19h30 for a red carpet experience with Mzansi’s hottest personalities.

 

 

This iconic night of accolades and memorable moments will feature veterans, trending musicians and in celebration of the SAMA 25th anniversary it promises to be a fun filled ceremony that will keep viewers on their feet and reminiscing of the good times.

 

 

In support of SAMA 25 Mzansi Fo Sho’s leading music show Live Amp hosted by DJ Lamiez Holsworthy and Dj Speedsta will broadcast live from Sun City on Friday, 01 June 2019 at 19h30 and give a glimpse of the throw-back to the 90’s with hit maker Thebe closing off the show.

 

 

The South African Music Awards are the music industry’s platform to display their standards of excellence and show case the quality and hard work of producers, engineers and musicians in the South African music landscape.  The event has always been a key strategic tool used by the channel to build brand equity, drive and grow audiences. Tune in for an exciting celebration of South African Music for a night to remember.

 

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