Aptly coined One Night in Africa, “Tuku” as part of his birthday celebrations has roped in top mzansi’s exponents to share in the 120 minutes festivities.
Celebrations also coincide with the release of his 60th studio album, ‘Sarawoga’ which is basically dedicated to his late son Sam Mtukudzi who passed on in a tragic car accident.
Featuring guest appearances by Hugh Masekela, Judith Sephuma, Steve Dyer and Siphokhazi and live performance by Zahara, this epitomizes what SA music is all about and also defines the importance of culture.
“Tuku” has performed duets with other SA musos which has shown affinity and love for fellow South Africans.
Having featured on the front cover of Time Magazine to his appointment as a UNICEF goodwill ambassador, Mtukudzi’s fame, stage craft and music prowess are legendary.
Boastingly, few musical legends have achieved the kind of regional and international status as “Tuku” has.
It is presented in association with DStv, Kaya FM 95.9 and Carnival City.
Tickets are available from R270 to R380 at Computicket outlets.
It starts from 8pm, November 2 at Big Top Arena.
The cliché that, ‘these relationships have been written in the stars by the stars’ has proven true!