A music lover's guide to Montecasino

Summer is officially in full swing and, if you’re a lover of music living in Johannesburg, you’re probably trying to get front seat tickets to watch the city come alive. Whether you’re out to vibe with the hottest artists and DJs on SA’s vibrant music scene, or just want to watch your favourite band in action - we’ve got an idea about where to go to find the music.

This December, all roads lead to Montecasino:

The Movie Music Festival - 9 December 2017

It’s a music festival with a twist – join South Africa’s biggest artists for ‘the mother of all parties’ at The Movie Music Festival. The musical extravaganza is set to deliver on-stage storytelling merged with performances by local artists at an international standard. Taking a different approach to live concerts, local music lovers can expect a mixture of sound, breath-taking visuals and orchestrated, choreographed elements. All on one massive stage - expect to see a melting pot of diverse musical acts such as Nasty C, Riky Rick, Emtee, Kwesta, OkMalumKoolKat, Sho Madjozi, Black Motion, Shimza, PH, Major League, MVD, DJ Sandiso, Ms Cosmo.

Texas - Live in SA for ONE DAY ONLY - 10 December 2017

A concert for music lovers of all ages – this December, join multi-platinum selling Scottish band, TEXAS at Montecasino as part of their first-ever South African tour. The alternative pop-rock band’s concert’s line-up features performances by Henry Ate, four-piece band Monark and the UK’s Emily Capell. Performing their hits from the past three decades, devoted TEXAS fans can expect to be blown away!

Don’t miss the chance to experience these great events back-to-back on 9 and 10 December at Montecasino. It’s a music lovers’ dream - BUY YOUR TICKETS and get your live music fix. For more information or to book visit Montecasino.co.za


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