Standard Bank Joy of Jazz

What to expect at the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz Festival 2015

Standard Bank Joy of Jazz Festival has become one of the world's biggest artistic showcases, creating a musical spectacle that South Africans have been proud of for 18 years.

This year's event will feature more than 20 artists from across the world and will take place over 3 days in Sandton from the 24-26th September 2015.

CapeTalk and 702 presenter Redi Tlhabi spoke with event founder and producer Peter Tladi, who has become synonymous with the 18-year-old festival.

Listen to the full conversation from The Redi Tlhabi Show:

The Line-Up:

Among the much anticipated acts taking the stage over three days:

Marcus Miller, Larry Carlton, Jimmy Dludlu, Oliver Mtukudzi with Hugh Masekela, Peabo Bryson, Dwight Trible, Simphiwe Dana and more.

To learn more about the line-up, ticket sales and other information, visit the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz Festival website.

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