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Get ready for the inaugural African Masquerade concert to be hosted by acclaimed hit-maker DJ Sbu at the prestigious home of Idols South Africa, Mosaiek Teatro on Saturday, 15 September 2012 at 19h00.

The glamorousHeritage Month night out will be a glorious celebration of African talent. Expect to delight in an explosion of wall-to-wall entertainers and guests dressed to impressed. This event will also form part of METRO FM’s Birthday Month celebrations.

On show will be the best of South African live soul music and DJs. Crowd pleasers and award winning artists Unathi,Kabomo, and Zonke willperform live with their bands.  Unathi’s performance will be extra special as she will be joined by the revered Drakensberg Boys Choir for a once in a lifetime collaboration.

METROFM’s drive time DJ Glen Lewis will go head to head with hip hop DJ Vigilante on the decks and the duo will kick off the night entertainingguests with a versatile mix of music incorporating different genres as they take revelers on a musical journey.

“This concert is very close to my heart as it showcases local talent in a sophisticated environment. Proceeds from the concert will assist a disadvantaged young lady from my old school finish her matric year through the Unathi Scholarship.  The famous Drankensberg Boys Choir will receive a donation from the concert earnings to help towards cultivating these talented young voices” says Unathi Msengana.

For the punter who has been seeking a more sophisticated world of entertainment in Jozi, The African Masquerade will be “the” ticket to have during Heritage month and “the” entrée to the ultimate night on the town. 

Tickets available at Computicket from R190 to R220.

And we are giving away two double tickets soon keep following us on Twitter @FaraiToday


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