It’s been a long absence from the stage, but then Ndlovu Youth Choir will be returning to woo fans again with their singing.
The celebrated South African band paused shows – like others in the music industry – following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. It will be heading back to the stage in a magical way. The group announced this much recently.
In a post on picture-sharing platform Instagram, the group noted it will be live for the We Will Rise concert at the Theatre of Marcellus, Emperors Palace, Johannesburg. The show will hold for three days, beginning from Friday 30 October and ending on Sunday 1 November.
Strict COVID-19 protocols will be observed at the event. The venue will only take 50 per cent capacity, sticking to the protocols. Tickets are therefore limited. If you desire to attend, you might want to hurry and get a ticket now that it is still available.
Tickets can be purchased from currently available at Quicket. The cost of a ticket is R300. However, pensioners of over 65 years and kids under 18 will only have to fork over R100.
Side note: hand sanitizers will be provided at the entrance. Also, without a face mask, you can’t make it to the venue