The 4th Annual Ebubeleni Music Festival


Sunday, 27 December 2015 sees Port Elizabeth host the 4th Annual Ebubeleni Festival  so bring your camp chair, your cooler box and be ready for a bigger and better music festival.

The organisers, Mahambehlala Communications and their partners Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality have agreed to move the festival to the world renown international St George’s Park Cricket Stadium.

This year’s line up has been carefully selected to cater for young and old and it includes Mzansi’s award winning  artists, Zahara ( with her recent platinum status album, ‘Country Girl’);  Don Laka; Donald; Thandiswa Mazwai; Ricky RickVusi Nova; and for the first time in the Ebubeleni line up is an international artist, a New York born Steelpan Jazz  musician and composer, Andy Narrel;  Mzansi’s Kwaito godfather – Mdu Masilela; Dr. Victor & the Rasta Rebels; Mobi Dixon; Moneo, L-Tido; Kid X; DJ Vigilante and the cherry on top is the breath of fresh air in the music industry - Nathi, the Nomvula hit maker who has been making waves in the music industry with his new album titled Buyelekhaya.

Event organiser and Project Manager for the festival, Marc Mahambehlala said: “In drawing up the line-up, we insisted on bringing an international act, leading a long list of national acts some of whom have international profiles.”

Tickets are start at R160 general ticket one can get to see their favourite artists, R200 for Golden Circle and R700 for VIP tickets which can all be purchased from Computicket and Shoprite Checkers.  Those who would like to sell food and beverages at the festival can contact Greg Moses on 082 659 2803.

Gates at St Georges’ Park Stadium will open at 11:00am and the festival will start from 12:00 until late.  Bring your picnic basket, camp chairs, umbrellas and come enjoy music by Mzansi’s best.

The 4th Ebubeleni Music Festival is brought to you by The National Department of Arts and Culture, Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality and Mahambehlala Communications.

For more information please contact Mahambehlala Communications on 076 855 2835 or visit; like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

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