Tuesday December 12, 2017
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Solo Artists & Bands

Caitlin

Caitlin

Proudly Zambian, exhilarating, airborne, and daring; Caitlin is not only a dynamic musician but a wild-child of a performer, taking violin playing to the extreme with her on-stage antics as well as in her music.

cul'Afrika

cul'Afrika

A celebration of an extraordinary country made up of
wonderful people, an astounding history and story

Denim

Denim

Welcome to the Era that is Denim!

Still regarded as one of the top live acts, Denim has hit the SA and international music scene by storm yet again. Like jeans never go out of style, Denim has continuously shown their staying power, relevance and ability to entertain across all cultural boundaries and age groups. Bo, Tumi and Baldwin have time and again shown their innovation, passion and professionalism, by not just following musical trends but setting them, thus solidifying them as the ultimate cross-over entertainers.

George Avakian

George Avakian

Beat-boxer/ Rapper / Music producer / Entrepreneur

This young and talented South African musician of Armenian descent found his passion for music at a tender age when he began listening to his father’s record player and jived to the likes of Led Zeppelin, Queen and The Beatles. While growing up George’s family didn’t have enough money to buy any musical instruments or to take George to musical lessons but this didn’t stop George from becoming a musician or reaching for the stars. He learnt of an economical root to creating music.

iFani

iFani

2014 SAMA Winner – Best Rap Album
ELLE Magazine 2014 Hot List – people to watch!

Joey Rasdien

Joey Rasdien

Rasdien's absurd yet thought-provoking stand-up comedy show tackles the touchy subject of evolution and how natural selection has blessed many of the figures that loom over South African life.

Khaya Mthethwa

Khaya Mthethwa

Idols SA winner 2013

Born and bred in Umlazi, Khaya Mthethwa is a true Durbanite, whose passion for music stems from his strong upbringing and the guidance that he received from his religious parents, pastors’ Themba and Lulu Mthethwa.

Lira

Lira

 “LIRA is certainly South Africa’s biggest artist -The Star Tonight Newspaper

Louise Carver

Louise Carver

Louise signed her first record deal with the independent label, Silver Tulip Music at fifteen.

She released her debut single at seventeen entitled, ‘It Don’t Matter.’ It became in instant hit and reached no.3 on the 5FM top 40

Louise released her first album, ‘Mirrors and Windows’ which delivered another top 10 hit, ‘Fallen for you.’

Musa Sukwene

Musa Sukwene

Winner 2013 Idols South Africa

Musa originally hails from Witbank on the Mpumalanga “platteland. “I studied some music and worked in my dad’s construction business for a while, and after that it’s just been music all my life,” he says. “I entered Idols for the experience – all I’ve known was gigging and I wanted to see ‘how the other half lives’!”

Paige Mac

Paige Mac

Paige Mac was conceived in August 2011, after KZN-raised Paige decided to pack up her life and move to Cape Town in search of adventure. Having soon run out of money on her arrival to the Mother City, Paige decided to call up her (adoptive) cousin, Garry, whom she had never met. Within a few weeks the pair where jamming together in Garry’s garage and Paige Mac was born! Later, they invited drummer Giorgio Laporta in on their sessions to add that extra spice.

Pepsi Pokane

Pepsi Pokane

Pepsi Pokane made his TV debut at the tender age of 14 - and today he's probably as comfortable in front of the cameras as any other man would be in his living room. He's no stranger to boardrooms either and is also an actor, director and MC.

Tamara Dey

Tamara Dey

Born in Belgium of an Italian father and South African mother, Tamara Dey first burst onto the music scene in 2000.

The Jaziel Brothers

The Jaziel Brothers

the journey defined

Jaziel Brothers continue to be the shining beacon of hope to the rest of Africa, they are honestly living up to their name as God’s comforters and nurturers bringing healing and restoration to the millions of hearts in the land of Africa through their songs of jubilance, dance, embrace and solace.

Unathi

Unathi

Long a fixture on the South African entertainment scene, Unathi is the modern day African Renaissance Woman.

The singer, songwriter, Idols Judge and radio host has recently released her third studio album ‘With Love’ on the heels of her sophomore album “In Honour” which reached Gold status.

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Accordionists, Aerial Acts, Balloon Sculptors, Belly Dancers, Boy Bands, Brass Bands, Cabaret, Can-Can Dancers, Celebrities, Choirs, Choreographers, Circus Acts, Classical Dancers, Clowns, Contemporary Dancers, Country Bands, Comedians, Compéres, Cover Bands, Cultural Dancers

DJs, Double-bass Players, Drag Artists, Drumming Workshops, Face Painters, Fiddlers, Fire-Eaters, Funky House Bands, Gospel Artists, Gumboot Dancers, Harpists, Illusionists, Industrial Theatre, Irish Bands, Jazz Bands, Jewish Bands, Jugglers

Karaoke, Kwaito Artists, Latin Bands, Line Dancers, Magicians, Marimba Bands, Mime Artists, Mobile Discos, One-man Bands, Oompah Bands, Opera Singers, Orchestras, Penny Whistlers, Photographers, Pianists, Poets

Rappers, Rock n' Roll Bands, Saxophinists, Script Writers, Speakers, Stilt Walkers, Story Tellers, Strength Acts, String Quartets, Swing Bands, Team Building, Themed Events, Traditional Bands, Tumblers, Unicyclists, Ventriloquists, Violinists

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