Don’t Miss This: Twenty years of dreamers, music and freedom

Hansa Pilsener has teamed-up with Kalawa Jazmee Records and Metro FM to celebrate South Africa’s dreamers and doers by gathering the cream of the local music industry for a concert marking the country’s 20 years of freedom. 

The concert will be a 12-hour event titled “Dreamers Celebration” on Saturday May 10 at Ubuntu Kraal in Soweto. Artists taking the stage during the Dreamers Celebration include legendary Oskido, Thebe, Trompies, DJ Vetkuk vs Mahoota, DJ Zinhle, Uhuru, DJ Naves & Sphe, Fistaz, Lulo Café, and many more. 

When Saturday May 10
Time 12pm to 12am 
Where Ubuntu Kraal, Soweto
Info R100 pre-sales (www.computicket.com) or R120 at the door 

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