Casino hosts Mother’s Day music event

2017-05-03 06:01

The Windmill Casino in Bloemfontein will host a Mother’s Day music event, Divas Fever, featuring exclusive female singers, on Sunday (07/05).

Billed to perform are American R&B singer Sybil Anita Lynch, known as Sybil, the South African group Jamali, Salome Damons and Vuvu Kumalo.

All will perform on the same stage, offering the audience their best.

Jamali first stormed South Africa on the Popstars reality television show in 2003. They won the South African Music Award (Sama) for the best South African pop act in 2009 for their third album, 3rd Base.

Salome, a born and bred Cape­tonian, debuted with a single in 2007, I Don’t Want to Know, which featured DJ Keith. She recorded her debut album in 2011.

Vuvu is one of the finest vocalists and has been making waves, performing in big cities such as Cape Town and also features at festivals.

Sybil is the hit-maker of “Don’t Make Me Over”, “The Love I Lost” and “Open Up the Door”.

Book at Computicket. Tickets are R250 (general) and R750 (VIP).

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