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City to host Joyous Celebration

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The multiple-award-winning gospel ensemble Joyous Celebration has promised an explosive comeback at the Mittah Seperepere Convention Centre in Kimberley for a one-night show on Saturday, December 2.

Joyous Celebration will be returning to Kimberley to promote their new album, “Hope & Victory”. Picture: Supplied

THE MULTIPLE-award-winning gospel ensemble Joyous Celebration has promised an explosive comeback at the Mittah Seperepere Convention Centre in Kimberley for a one-night show on Saturday, December 2.

The group has promised city residents a performance that will reignite hope, faith and renewal, after the group’s last performance in the Diamond City in 2017.

The concert was made possible, despite the group’s hectic national, intercontinental and international tour schedule, thanks to a partnership with Zikmo Promotions.

This is also particularly admirable considering how difficult it’s proven over the years to stage live concerts in Kimberley.

The local organiser for Zikmo Promotions, Zikie Molusi, said that the entire crew from Joyous are delighted to be able to reconnect with their Kimberley fans, knowing that they have been patiently waiting for the group to return to the city.

He added that this was a true demonstration of the group’s determination to continuously give its fans and supporters the best that they can offer.

“The people of the city definitely deserve an opportunity to be entertained in their own comfortable background,” said Molusi.

City residents will be introduced to the soul-inspired “Hope & Victory”, the group’s 27th album that “celebrates the Almighty as the fixer of life’s challenges”.

“This year’s performance coincides with the 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence, abuse and femicide,” added Molusi.

“It is definitely a concert with a purpose. This amplifies the relationship that exists between music and using the platform to highlight that which is happening in society.

“Communities will be nourishing their souls, knowing that in all challenges and tribulations they face in their personal lives that there is hope that should eventually lead to victory.”

Molusi pointed out that Joyous are renowned for always coming up with something new and fresh, and the participatory nature of the concert affords audiences the feeling that they’re also curators of the performances.

Speaking on behalf of the group, founding member Dr Lindelani Mkhize promised that the ensemble will take those present on a true “hope and victory journey”.

“Our supporters and fans can expect a joyous experience from start to finish with majestic performances, world-class production, dazzling costumes and melodious voices, which the choir has become revered for.

“The concert will surely serve to bring all music lovers together, with both young and old expected to dance the night away.”

Tickets are selling fast and the public is requested to purchase their tickets from Computicket.

The organisers have offered an “early bird” special until November 20 with a 10% discount on the R250 Floor Seating tickets.

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