Dance the night away at GrandJol

2019-05-14 06:01

The GrandJol, hosted by TygerBurger (People’s Post’s sister publication) and Suidooster, will take place on Saturday 29 June at Sun Exhibits, GrandWest.

Taking the stage this year are Robin Peters, Amy Jones, and Jarrad Rickets. They will be supported by the top three of TygerBurger’s Karaoke soos ’n Ster competition: Feodossia Charles, Samantha Fillis and Naydene Young.

A DJ will keep you on your feet with the hottest dance tracks for the rest of the night.

Come experience a club vibe in an upmarket setting and dance the night away with some of your favourite Suidooster stars, including Irshaad Ally (Rhafiek), Dean Smith (Wade), Marco Spaumer (Tim), Eden Classens (Justin), Denise Newman (Bridgette), Portial Joel (Lee-Ann), Lauren Josep (Zoë) and Vashti Prins (Lauren).

Cash bars and food trucks will be set up at the event.

Tickets cost R150 and R350 (VIP) at www.webtickets.co.za or Pick n Pay.

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