Once again presented by the Department of Arts & Culture, this concert series is one that is growing from strength to strength, as more partners, sponsors and most importantly, musical acts from across the continent come together for one special day and night of unity and celebration.
Make sure that the 27th of May is in your diary, as the Bassline Africa Day Concert heads in its 13th consecutive year and continues to top itself in terms of production value, as well as not only showcasing new artists, but bringing musical acts that we as South Africans, do not always get to enjoy on the live stage.
This year the series will go above and beyond as artists from Nigeria, Ghana, Congo and beyond share the stage with talent from South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Niger – with new artists still being confirmed. The organisers are also excited to announce that they have secured a new, larger and more accessible venue at Johannesburg Expo Centre (Nasrec).
The show is backed by some of the Bassline Live’s family of sponsors that have supported not only the Africa Day Concert series in the past, but many other of the Bassline Live regular events. These brands include SABIbev, Nandos, Kaya FM and TRACE Africa.
Thandiswa Mazwai – South Africa
Jah Prayzah – Zimbabwe
Petite Noir – Belgium/South Africa
Baloji – Congo
Bombino – Niger
Vusi Mahlasela – South Africa
Jojo Abbott – Ghana
Ray Phiri – SA
Tickets are R295 and are available on www.ticketpros.co.za Parking tickets also available.
Book now to avoid disappointment!
More info on Bassline – here
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