DON’T MISS THIS: Abdullah Ibrahim and Ekaya in Jo’burg

Jazz legend Abdullah Ibrahim will be performing music from two new albums at The Lyric on March 20.

Returning to South Africa from his sold out European tour, the maestro and his band will present an evening of unforgettable music.

WHERE The Lyric, Gold Reef City
WHEN Thursday March 20 at 8PM
INFO Tickets from R250. To book, go to Computicket or Goldreefcity.co.za, or call The Lyric Box Office on 011 248 5000.

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