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YOUNG TALENT TO HEADLINE JAZZ IN JULY FESTIVAL |South Africa

Tuesday, 27th June 2017, Ethekwini – Countdown to the first annual JAZZ IN JULY concert happening this weekend in Durban is now underway. Taking place at the Juventus Field at the Bontanic Gardens this Sunday 2nd July, the festival aims to deliver a supreme and sophisticated outdoor musical experience.

With a long list of young and fresh talent performing alongside several Jazz and Afropop legends, the festival is set to cater for a music orientated crowd both young and old. These include:

* The multiple award winning Amanda Black has already gone platinum with her debut album ‘Amazulu’ will head the lineup of young talent at the festival. The powerhouse songstress is only 24 years old and has already bagged a South Africa Music Award and Metro FM Award in the past few months.

* Also representing the young talent is Swazi born muso Sands who has made a name for himself in the SA Jazz/ Afro-pop world. Hit maker of the huge radio tune ‘TIGI’, this 27 year old vocalist has already gone Gold in the country.

* Durban local Lasandra is the youngest artist on the bill. Discovered by Mzansi’s favourite Naimakay, this 14 years old has the voice of an angel. She is well on her way to making SA fall in love with her. Signed to label Touch Africa Records, she is set to release her debut album before the end of the year.

JAZZ IN JULY will also feature the legendary Ringo, Ray Phiri, Joe Nina, Robbie Malinga and Thandiswa Mazwai alongside multiple award winners Naima Kay and Zonke. Other headliners include Zandi Khumalo, Scelo Gowane, Mondli Ngcobo, DJ Kotin and the UKZN Jazz Emsemble.

The electrifying festival will present an interactive and irresistible musical experience using sound, interactive stage, dance, live performances, theatre of the mind and active collaborations of musicians i.e. afro-pop with jazz.

Patrons are encouraged to bring along their camping chairs, umbrella’s and cooler boxes (free before 2pm, R100 thereafter) to enjoy the atmosphere whilst taking part in the activities the festival has to offer. Several braaistands will be available on site so guests are welcome to bring and braai. Hospitality marquees will also be set up for VIP and other guests.

Tickets are still available from R290 – R850 from Computicket from this Friday 26th May.

CONCERT INFORMATION

Date: Sunday, 2nd July 2017

Time: 11h00 – 01:00

Venue: Juventus Field, Botanical Gardens, Durban

Ticket prices:

General Access: R290
Golden Circle R400
VIP R850

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Distributed on behalf of : Big Touch Africa

Distributed by : TuTone Communications
PR Contacts : Melanie Gia Ramjee
Melanie@TutoneCommunications.com
+2784 682 3457

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