Songstress Sibongile Khumalo and more world-class greats perform at Joy of Jazz

The Joy of Jazz is back with a fantastic line-up of world-class acts.

The 22nd Standard Bank Joy of Jazz 2019 unleashes a not to be missed

Produced by T-Musicman and supported by 702, these unmissable evenings include both local and international artists.

Join world-class acts such as Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, ZAR Jazz Orchestra with Marcus Wyatt, Manu Katche from France, Roberto Fonseca from Cuba, Ken Peplowski, Sibongile Khumalo, Don Laka, Mandla Mlangeni, Zoe Modiga, Nomfundo Xaluva.

The three nights of performances take place from 26 to 28 September at the Sandton Convention Centre.

It’ll be Jazz Unleashed, so Live the Music.

Click here to book your tickets.


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