On a Kwesta to perform in the Cape

2020-01-30 06:00
One to remember: Hot off his recent collaboration with 2020 Grammy nominee Rick Ross, and just a few weeks ahead of the release of his highly anticipated new album, Kwesta’s first show at Kirstenbosch is set to be one to remember.

One to remember: Hot off his recent collaboration with 2020 Grammy nominee Rick Ross, and just a few weeks ahead of the release of his highly anticipated new album, Kwesta’s first show at Kirstenbosch is set to be one to remember.

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Kwesta will now be accompanied by Lady Zamar at the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts on Sunday 2 February.

Sjava, who was originally scheduled to perform alongside Kwesta, will now accompany Sun El Musician on 15 March.

Sjava said: “I regret to inform that due to a personal commitment, I will have to postpone my performance. I really apologise for any inconvenience caused and I am extremely excited to play for all my fans on 15 March at one of Africa’s most iconic venues.”

Hip-hop artist Kwesta’s first show at Kirstenbosch is set to be one to remember.

“I can’t wait to take the Kirstenbosch stage for the first time. I shot one of my first music videos in Cape Town, so it’s always great coming back to one of the places where this started for me and sharing what I’ve been working on with the Mother City,” said Kwesta.

Lady Zamar will close the show. The double-platinum artist is set to stun the day’s audience with a selection of firm favourites as well as songs from her new album, Monarch.

“Due to an unforeseen personal commitment, I have had to move my Kirstenbosch performance, initially scheduled for 15 March to 2 February. I am extremely excited to be returning to Kirstenbosch, which was one of my favourite concerts of last year.

“I look forward to playing alongside Kwesta for all my fans at one of Africa’s most beautiful venues,” said Lady Zamar.

Ticket holders for both shows will have received communication from Webtickets regarding their refund or reschedule options.

Tickets cost R170 to R220 per person. V Book at www.webtickets.co.za.

Kwesta will now be accompanied by Lady Zamar at the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts on Sunday 2 February.

Sjava, who was originally scheduled to perform alongside Kwesta, will now accompany Sun El Musician on 15 March.

Sjava said: “I regret to inform that due to a personal commitment, I will have to postpone my performance. I really apologise for any inconvenience caused and I am extremely excited to play for all my fans on 15 March at one of Africa’s most iconic venues.”

Hip-hop artist Kwesta’s first show at Kirstenbosch is set to be one to remember.

“I can’t wait to take the Kirstenbosch stage for the first time. I shot one of my first music videos in Cape Town, so it’s always great coming back to one of the places where this started for me and sharing what I’ve been working on with the Mother City,” said Kwesta.

Lady Zamar will close the show. The double-platinum artist is set to stun the day’s audience with a selection of firm favourites as well as songs from her new album, Monarch.

“Due to an unforeseen personal commitment, I have had to move my Kirstenbosch performance, initially scheduled for 15 March to 2 February. I am extremely excited to be returning to Kirstenbosch, which was one of my favourite concerts of last year.

“I look forward to playing alongside Kwesta for all my fans at one of Africa’s most beautiful venues,” said Lady Zamar.

Ticket holders for both shows will have received communication from Webtickets regarding their refund or reschedule options.

Tickets cost R170 to R220 per person. V Book at www.webtickets.co.za.

Kwesta will now be accompanied by Lady Zamar at the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts on Sunday 2 February.

Sjava, who was originally scheduled to perform alongside Kwesta, will now accompany Sun El Musician on 15 March.

Sjava said: “I regret to inform that due to a personal commitment, I will have to postpone my performance. I really apologise for any inconvenience caused and I am extremely excited to play for all my fans on 15 March at one of Africa’s most iconic venues.”

Hip-hop artist Kwesta’s first show at Kirstenbosch is set to be one to remember.

“I can’t wait to take the Kirstenbosch stage for the first time. I shot one of my first music videos in Cape Town, so it’s always great coming back to one of the places where this started for me and sharing what I’ve been working on with the Mother City,” said Kwesta.

Lady Zamar will close the show. The double-platinum artist is set to stun the day’s audience with a selection of firm favourites as well as songs from her new album, Monarch.

“Due to an unforeseen personal commitment, I have had to move my Kirstenbosch performance, initially scheduled for 15 March to 2 February. I am extremely excited to be returning to Kirstenbosch, which was one of my favourite concerts of last year.

“I look forward to playing alongside Kwesta for all my fans at one of Africa’s most beautiful venues,” said Lady Zamar.

Ticket holders for both shows will have received communication from Webtickets regarding their refund or reschedule options.

Tickets cost R170 to R220 per person. V Book at www.webtickets.co.za.

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