In association with Montecasino, Marshall Music & Sony ATV, JAM JOZI is set to create a noise in Johannesburg with the celebration of SA’s finest musicians. ENTER & SECURE YOUR TICKETS!!!
With an expected turnout of OVER 15,000 SA MUSIC LOVERS and a full multicultural music mix of most genres, ranging from rock, pop, folk and even some house funk, JAM JOZI kicks off on Saturday 29th October with folk artist Adelle Nqueto followed by Nakhane Toure, Sutherland, Josh Kempen, Boxer, and Ben Dey & The Concrete Lions.
This festival caters for all genres of music with over 20 artists and a weekend pass, ensuring access to each artist at a cost effective price. The Saturday evening set will be kicked into high gear with the hippest Band BCUC, who opens for up and coming popular artist Matthew Mole. Jam Jozi’s fever pitch will then see international act Al Baire take to the stage, followed by a spectacular set from The Kiffness and Chunda Munki to funk out the rest of the evening.
Sunday 30th October
Those who return on Sunday will be stunned by the lovely Lilly Million, crooning our crowds, followed by Bad Peter, By Beneco, Urban Village and the new up and coming Rubber Duc. Short straw sets the late Sunday afternoon in motion, with the legendary Kwaito band Mafikizolo following thereafter. After grooving to the nation’s natural heritage ‘khona’ vibes, the crazy Jack Parow will wow audiences with his slick Afrikaans rap, followed by Good luck, who will close the very first ever Jam Jozi jump-off.
Jamming in Jozi is where it’s at!
<Alcohol will be served – no under 18’s>
Enter our social media competition and stand a chance of WINNING a set of double tickets to JAM JOZI for you and a partner on 29-30 October 2016!
To enter, answer the easy question below:
What time is the first set by Adelle Nqeto scheduled to OFFICIALLY GET THE PARTY STARTED at SA’s VERY FIRST JAM JOZI event from Saturday 29 October 2016 to Sunday 30 October 2016?
Email your answer PLUS the following to email@example.com
- Full Names
- Contact Number
Competition closes Thursday 27 October 2016