The aptly named Music Experience, to be held on Day 2 of the Drakensberg Extravaganza, will be exactly that – a top-notch music experience for lovers of fun who will trek to the Bergville Bowling Club on 25 November 2017.
The Music Experience, which will start at 3pm, is part of the inaugural Drakensberg Extravaganza that seeks to showcase the rich heritage and tourism attractions of the scenic Drakensberg/Okhahlamba area.
Event organiser Sipho Ndaba, of Drakensberg Productions, says: “Judging by the calibre of the line-up of entertainers, throngs of revellers will sure be treated to a musical feast they will remember for a long time to come.
“For starters, the Music Experience will be MCed by the inimitable Somizi, the brash Khanyi Mbau, the versatile Sgqemeza and the affable Njinji of UKHOZI FM and sportscaster Irvin Sihlophe.
“As if that will not be enough, revellers will be treated to the electrifying performances of
Ladysmith Junior Mambazo, Thee Legacy, Beatenberg, Amanda Black, DJ Fresh, Sun-El Musician Ft Samthing Soweto, Sjava, Babes Wodumo, Big Zulu, Abanqobi, Naima Kay, Robbie Malinga & Musa, Unathi Msengana, Monique Bingham, Mondli Ngcobo, Rulf Gum, Nasto, Mngadi, Dura, Shakes, DJ Bongz, DJ Merlon, Happy Gal, Mngadi, Vumar, Lars Behrenroth, DJ Nasto, DJ Nzwiri, DJ Da Soul, Jnr De Rocka and local artists,” said Ndaba.
Before the Music Experience, the Josiah Gumede Marathon (23km) – billed as the Legacy Race – and the Fun Run (8km) will have been run, while cyclists will have tackled the Cycle Race (101km) over the picturesque Drakensberg.
To wrap up the Extravaganza, golfers will tee up in a Golf Day Tournament at Monks Cowl Resort, while there will also be a spectacle of water sports, including canoeing, a jet ski race/display, and a fishing competition at Woodstock Dam.
Tickets are available at Computicket and Shoprite/Checkers. General tickets cost R150, while VIP tickets cost R600.
For more information, call 063 983 6423 or e-mail: email@example.com.
Issued by Drakensberg Extravaganza event organiser Sipho Ndaba.