The City of Johannesburg comes alive this year as it explores new venues. This year, its main event, “Jazz on the lake”, will take place at a new venue; the James and Ethel Gray Park in Melrose.
This Sunday, September 6th, Angelique Kidjo from Benin in will be performing in Johannesburg, South Africa at the 23rd Edition of the Johannesburg Arts Alive International Festival.
The festival will feature a range of exciting local and international artists within music, literature, poetry, and dance.
The exciting line-up consists of award-winning artists like mega guitarist Jimmy Dludlu from South Africa, Sly and Robbie from Kingston in Jamaica and Nigerian saxophonist Femi Koya and his band. Entrance is free and the concert starts at 11am.
There are many more exciting events that form part of the Arts Alive 2015 programme. For more information visit their website; www.arts-alive.co.za