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.


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
It was a weekend filled with jazz & joy

It was a weekend filled with jazz & joy

We've been building up to the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz and like all great things it's come and gone in a whirlwind of activity!

Music master Marcus Miller at Standard Bank Joy of Jazz

Music master Marcus Miller at Standard Bank Joy of Jazz

Brooklyn born jazz master, Marcus Miller and his bass guitar are in South Africa this weekend - and ready to wow audiences.

Nduduzo Makhathini jamming on #702Unplugged

Nduduzo Makhathini jamming on #702Unplugged

Catch the dynamically talented Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz 2015, Nduduzo Makhathini LIVE on #702Unplugged with Xolani!

Vusi Mahlasela jamming on #702Unplugged

Vusi Mahlasela jamming on #702Unplugged

Vusi Mahlasela is lauded as one of the most unique voices on the continent, and will be on stage for #702Unplugged this afternoon!

LIVE NOW - 702 and Standard Bank Joy of Jazz giving new meaning to "Traffic Jam"

LIVE NOW - 702 and Standard Bank Joy of Jazz giving new meaning to "Traffic Jam"

Joburgers have a reason to drive home IN rush hour traffic today. That reason is jazz, and it’s coming to you on the 702 app - live from a billboard!

Billy Ocean's impromptu duet with Xolani Gwala

Billy Ocean's impromptu duet with Xolani Gwala

Billy Ocean visits 702 ahead of his performance at the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz...

Popular articles
[LISTEN] 'Zuma's  affidavit in aid of Tom Moyane is a fascinating move'

[LISTEN] 'Zuma's affidavit in aid of Tom Moyane is a fascinating move'

Journalist at Daily Maverick’s Investigative Team Scorpio Pauli Van Wyk shares her take on this development.

Momentum to pay all violent crime claims, regardless of previous medical history

Momentum to pay all violent crime claims, regardless of previous medical history

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Johann le Roux, CEO at Momentum Life.

Plans to deny foreign children birth certificates violates Constitution - group

Plans to deny foreign children birth certificates violates Constitution - group

Lawyers for Human Rights says government's bid to discontinue birth certificates for foreign children born in SA is unlawful.

Bara doctor takes medical aid to court for denying him 'pricey' cancer treatment

Bara doctor takes medical aid to court for denying him 'pricey' cancer treatment

Dr Sipho Bvuma says Gems has refused to pay for his expensive brain cancer treatment, which he believes will prolong his life.

[WATCH] An  excruciating moment as  woman jumps into frozen lake...ouch!

[WATCH] An excruciating moment as woman jumps into frozen lake...ouch!

Khabazela shares tweets and Facebook posts that have gone viral.

'Momentum did nothing wrong, legally. But the man died protecting his family!'

'Momentum did nothing wrong, legally. But the man died protecting his family!'

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews consumer journalist Wendy Knowler.

Markus Jooste will absolutely hate this book by FM Editor Rob Rose

Markus Jooste will absolutely hate this book by FM Editor Rob Rose

Financial Mail Editor Rob Rose talks about his book, “Steinheist: Markus Jooste, Steinhoff and SA’s biggest corporate fraud”.