GOSPEL GOES CLAS­SI­CAL

The Citizen (Gauteng) - - CITY -

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.

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