Bobby and his band to celebrate reunion

Bobby van Jaarsveld will be performing with his band at the Golden Horse Casino on April 26.PHOTO: supplied
Bobby van Jaarsveld will be performing with his band at the Golden Horse Casino on April 26.PHOTO: supplied

BOBBY van Jaarsveld will be performing at the Golden Horse Casino in Pietermaritzburg for the first time, for his 10th year reunion show. The show will be held on April 26.

Van Jaarsveld will be serenading fans with hits that have made him a household name across South Africa for over a decade.

The singing sensation will be performing some of his greatest hits, including songs from his first album, Duisend Ure.

He will also sing songs from his seven other successful albums, including 2013’s Net Vir Jou, which went platinum in just eight weeks.

Van Jaarsveld, in addition to being a singing sensation, is a coach on The Voice SA as well as an actor, having starred in two movies as well as various theatrical and musical productions. He also played the lead role in the box office hit Liefling— Die Movie in 2010.

“We are really excited to be hosting Bobby for the first time at our property. Bobby is one of the most talented and versatile artists in South Africa and we predict his show will sell out fast. Don’t miss out, purchase your tickets as soon as possible,” said Golden Horse Casino Complex general manager Maureen Kivits.

Tickets are now available for R150 per person at Computicket or online at www.goldenhorse.co.za and Golden Horse Rewards members are eligible for up to 20% discount on show tickets.

For more information, please visit www.goldenhorse.co.za or follow us on Facebook @ The Golden Horse
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