Yes, South Africa I’m referring to Mafikizolo which will be sharing the stage for the first time after a long spell as part of the Amstel Golden Hour at this year’s tribute concert on Saturday 01 September at Moretele Park, Tshwane.
The AGH series is a collaboration with musicians, fans and beer consumers to acquaint themselves with each other during music events. “The collaboration with a string and wind instruments section, coupled with the world class lighting and sound had the fans screaming for more” is how is it has been described.
According to information from PR Company Twiga, Mafikizolo will be unleashing their latest new studio album soon as part of Amstel’s offering and partnership.
The duo now forms part of the 12th edition of the highly successful Amstel Golden Hour series of productions, and recognises the popularity of the duo in the area.
Now in its 15th year, the annual tribute concert features the likes of Jonathan Butler, Zahara, Letta Mbulu, Jonas Gwangwa, Ringo, Tsepo Tshola, Vusi Mahlasela, Zonke, Mi Casa, Lucky Dube’s band, Philip Tabane and DJ Choice.
This is the jazz fest not to be missed…
Commented Theo Kgosinkwe:” “It’s been a while since we performed live for our fans, and they should get ready for an incredible Mafikizolo performance and show during the Amstel Golden Hour,” he says.
And his counterpart Nhlanhla Nciza who delivered a healthy and bubbly child recently, added: “This new album will be our first since we launched the highly acclaimed Six Mabone in November 2008, and we are truly excited about it. Thanks to Amstel’s huge support for SA Music, we can’t wait to give our huge fan base in the Tshwane area a sneak preview of what to expect from our new album.”
“Every concert that we put on reminds us of how much better SA music can be if it’s afforded the correct platform. As a premium brand and premium beer, Amstel is committed to showcasing the best the industry can offer and furthermore to bringing the fans an incredible musical event,” says Diederik Vos, Marketing Manager for Amstel.
Tickets cost R250 from Computicket and Shoprite Checkers stores.
The next AGH concert will be held at the Macufe Festival, Bloemfontein on 5th October 2012.
Amstel and Sowetolife Magazine Online are giving away FOUR TICKETS to lucky readers to attend the concert.
To win, answer these two questions:
Who are the sponsors of the Golden Hour series concerts?
Where will Mafikizolo be performing this weekend?
To win, send answers to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org before noon this Friday.