GOSPEL GOES CLASSICAL
December is just around the corner and the gigs are getting more interesting and frequent. Soon party-goers will have difficulty deciding which event will be the most fun.
Do not despair though, because a gig guide is all you need to be able to navigate your way to some great entertainment. Carnival City’s Big Top Arena is the setting of the fifth edition of the highly acclaimed Gospel Goes Classical showcase on October 27. The Africa Worship themed show features artists from South Africa, the US, Nigeria, Ghana and Switzerland.
“Year after year Gospel Goes Classical is enjoyed by thousands of fans. We could not be more thrilled to host this show at Carnival City,” says marketing manager Michelle Smith.
While previous editions have featured great artists such as Donnie McClurkin, Jonathan Butler, Benjamin Dube, Rebecca Malope and the late Sfiso Ncwane, it gets better this year. Dlophe Records have gone all out to bring to the stage some of the best talent in gospel.
The stellar line-up this year will feature Joe Mettle, Nduduzo Matse, SAMA, Crown Gospel and Africa Gospel award-winner Ntokozo Mbambo. Topping
TOP OF HIS GAME. World-renowned gospel artist Vashawn Mitchell from the US.