Some of South Africa’s legendary artists including Dr Victor and the Rasta Rebels, The Rockets, PJ Powers, Nur Abrahams, Garth Taylor and Edith Plaatjies collaborate for a vibrant showcase of proudly South African music in Rocking the City, to be staged at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on 26 April 2016.
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All celebrated artists in their own right, each bring their own special brand of music and style to the show. Victor Khojane, leading man of Dr Victor and the Rasta Rebels has been crafting and creating an uplifting, up tempo sound that has earned this singer, musician, songwriter and producer an enviable reputation on the South African music scene and many devoted fans all over the world. One of the busiest live musician groups in the country, they have opened for a host of international stars such as Paul Simon, Gloria Estefan, Tina Turner and Janet Jackson.“We are delighted to host some of South Africa’s most talented and incredible artists on our stage in April. Their fans can look forward to an entertaining evening of authentically South African music, including familiar favourites, as well as new material,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and Promotions Manager at GrandWest.
With a spectacular repertoire of songs to suit all tastes this should be a sell out show. Tickets to Rocking the City range in price from R150 to R350 per person and are available at Computicket.