There is no need to serenade that special person in your life this Valentine’s Day. Instead, let some of South Africa’s top artists do it for you at Time Square. Experience an Evening of Love with the likes of Vusi Nova, Kelly Khumalo, Samthing Soweto and other guest performers at the Sun Arena on 14 February 2018.
With his romantic Xhosa ballads, Vusi Nova has been stealing hearts all over the country for over a decade. The afro-pop singing sensation has a deep love for soul music which he started cultivating at the tender age of just 14. He broke into the music scene in 2009 and has since won a South African Music Award (SAMA) for the best Afro Pop Album for his self-titled album Vusi Nova, nominations for multiple Metro FM awards in categories such as Best Produced and Best Afro Pop album and thousands of fans all over the world.
Kelly Khumalo, South African superstar singer, actress and dancer needing little introduction, is also set to give of her beautiful self to Evening of Love. The afro-pop goddess from Spruitview in the East Rand was named the Best Newcomer of 2005 in the Afro Pop music circuit and in May 2013, at the nineteenthSAMA’s held at Sun City, she was awarded the award for Best Female Artist.
Starting his career as one of the founding members of the South African acapella group The Soil, Samkelo Lelethu Mdolomba, also known as Samthing Soweto, is a musician from Soweto who has quickly risen to fame and, although dismembered from the group, was credited for his outstanding contributions in writing and producing eight of the eleven songs on The Soil’s multi-platinum selling, self-titled album The Soil. Samkelo will, as always, have fans uncontrollably dancing as he braces them with his music, dubbed “Pantsula culture meets New Wave World.”
Samthing Soweto’s music has featured on South African television shows such as Isidingo, as well as Big Brother Mzansi and he also graces the title sequence for the popular tv series “Rhythm City” and appears on the soundtrack for the movie “Othello burning.”
It simply doesn’t get better than this, as these top artists, together with the likes of Somizi, Ntando, Thami, Bekezela, 047, Bongani Radebe, La Sauce and others put together a spectacular music production to celebrate the day of love.
“We are committed to bringing to Tshwane top calibre talent from across the country, time and time again,” says Time Square’s General Manager, Brett Hoppé
Tickets are selling fast, so head on over to Computicket to book your seat now. Tickets cost between R200 and R1500 per person, and the show starts at 19h00.
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