Majozi, Garth Taylor and other local artists set to entertain visitors to Nelson Mandela Square with live music from November 26 to December 24.
- And just like that, the festive season is around the corner.
- Christmas trees are being erected, gift shopping has started and shopping destinations have been adorned with festive lights.
- Now, visitors to Nelson Mandela Square can enjoy the festive cheer with live music from this coming Saturday.
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There is so much to do in Sandton this December, between shopping, dining or simply while visiting popular Nelson Mandela Square. Featuring the likes of Majozi, Garth Taylor, Boki Ntsimi & Nathi Shongwe, Rocketeers and others, live performances will entertain passers-by at Nelson Mandela Square, and those dining at one of the square’s many sumptuous restaurants. Performances will take place on Saturdays from 6pm to 8pm and on Sundays from 2p – 4pm.
Special performances are scheduled with Majozi for Friday, December 16 from 7pm – 8pm, Garth Taylor on Friday, December 23 from 7pm – 8pm, with Rocketeers lined up for a show on Saturday, December 24, from 6pm – 8pm for those looking to enjoy an upbeat Christmas Eve.
Dates to diarise are as follows:
26 November: Dez Petersen
27 November: Boki Ntsimi and Nathi Shongwe
3 December: Courus
4 December: Manakomba
10 December: Dez Petersen
11 December: Bunny Majaja
16 December: Majozi (7pm – 8pm)
17 December: Nditini
18 December: Beyond Africa
21 December: Bunny Majaja
22 December: Femi Koya
23 December: Garth Taylor (7pm – 8pm)
24 December: Rocketeers
Additionally, the recent art exhibition on Nelson Mandela Square by internationally-acclaimed local sculptor Anton Smit, in collaboration with the Artyli Gallery, has been extended till December 31.
We are excited to be hosting such talented local artists leading up to the festive season and that the Colossal exhibition is being extended. We are passionate about supporting local artists. Live music and art are the perfect accompaniment to shopping or dining, or while simply enjoying the festive ambience of the Square.
// General Manager of Sandton City and Nelson Mandela Square, Preston Gaddy
Titled Colossal, Smit’s collection of mesmerising pieces transformed the Square into an open-air gallery with over twenty sculptures, spaciously positioned to be explored and enjoyed. Smit’s captivating pieces are being rearranged for visitors to enjoy this collection with new perspectives over the festive season.
All performance dates and details are subject to change. Kindly visit the Nelson Mandela Square website and social media feeds for regular updates.
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