TWO AFRICAN JAZZ EVENTS TO ATTEND THIS WEEKEND

TWO AFRICAN JAZZ EVENTS TO ATTEND THIS WEEKEND

Africa Night with Saxokay

The third edition of the All African Jazz section will be held at Moyo by Zoo Lake in Johannesburg. Moyo Zoo Lake is a tranquil retreat from the urban hustle and bustle of Joburg. By day Moyo offers a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere.
Amazing line ups include Saxokay, Pops Mohamed, Sam Ayunke, Aviwe Damane, Papa Phil, Siziwe Ngema, Dj Mac D, Anamgwenn and many more. The event will uncover the true beauty of African food, art and fashion and it will run between 5 pm till 9pm with tickets starting from R100. Come and enjoy our famous communal feasts at Moyo and get captivated by the Africa Night experience with Saxokay.

Sizzling Saturday with Kunle Ayo and Friends

The maiden edition of the event will be hosted at the Kitchen Vibes set within the vibrant suburb of Morningside, Sandton. Kitchen Vibes a restaurant that is fast becoming an African culinary and cultural hotspot. The restaurant, which plays music from all over the continent will be hosting Kunle Ayo and Friends as they serve sizzling tunes to their fans. An explosion of Authentic West African Tastes with the melodious tunes from Kunle Ayo is a must for all jazz lovers.

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