Alex Cultural Day & Urban Clash music concerts


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Alex Cultural Day
Alex Cultural Day

Alex Cultural Day & Urban Clash music concerts, presented by City of Joburg in association with Joburg City Theatres, bring month-long Arts Alive Festival to an end.

The 25th annual Arts Alive Festival brought a variety of events to Joburgers, including the 25th Jazz on the Lake concert featuring the best of Afro Jazz rhythms of the African continent. The Festival featured a month-long artistic celebration from an impactful African Women Writers’ Symposium to an amazing evening called Voices of Acapella, an exhilarating Soweto Heritage Festival, as well as a special Tribute to Thandi Klaasen with Divas of Kofifi, by Mama Abigail Kubeka and Dorothy Masuka. The good news is that Arts Alive Festival is not over yet with two more shows scheduled

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Alex Cultural Day21 October
10h00 – 18h00
3 Square Sport Grounds
4685 13th Ave, Alexandra
Featuring: Shekhinah, Roots 2000, Urban Village, Afrikan Roots, as well as local Alexandra artists including dancers, musicians and djs.

Urban Clash
28 October
12h00 – 20h00
Constitutional Hill
11 Kotze Street in Braamfontein
Free: Tickets open Sunday, 15 October (Webtickets:
(Limited space so booking essential and only valid on the day till 2pm)

Featuring a hot line-up of artists: Kwesta, Lady Zamar, A Reece, Rouge, Sjava, Stilo Magolide, Miss Pru and many more…

“Johannesburg audiences can look forward to two more memorable concerts, one taking place in the township of Alexandra and the other at the iconic Constitutional Hill situated in Braamfontein. Catering for the young and old, the line-up boasts talented musicians including SAMA’s best male artist of the year, Kwesta, and the young, exciting and powerful singer, Shekhinah, who is fast becoming one of SA’s best female vocalists for FREE in Joburg.” – Festival Manager Roshnie Moonsammy


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