Sunday, December 26 will see South Africa’s biggest gospel ensemble take to the stage one more time at the Big Top Arena, Carnival City in Johannesburg.
As is tradition this time of the year, the show will see Joyous Celebration opens up its platform for artists who are not necessarily from the group, aptly referred to as Friends of Joyous.
Audiences will be treated to the choir’s enthralling performance, plus the diverse and much loved presentations from Kwa-Zulu Natal singer Thobekile Mkhwanazi, who boasts eight albums to her name.
Also billed in the Friends of Joyous lineup is the ‘Umusa Phezu Komusa’ hitmaker Cannan Nyathi and award winning Ayanda Ntanzi, whose latest album ‘Priestly Worship’ has won him multiple categories in this year’s Crown Gospel Awards.
“Our passion has always been about developing talent as well as exposing the best talent South Africa has to offer, so we are thrilled that these Artists have accepted our invitation to join us on this particular show” said Joyous Celebration co-founder, Dr Lindelani Mkhize.
The live show tickets were soldout in a couple of days as only a limited number of tickets were made available as a result of the pandemic restrictions.
To those attending the show live, they are requested to arrive by 6pm to ensure all Covid-19 safety protocols are adhered to.