Drakensberg Boys’ Choir headed to Bloemfontein

The Drakensberg Boys' Choir will be performing at the Dutch Reformed Church in Universitas.

Bloemfontein choir lovers are in for a treat as the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir will be stopping by as part of their national tour before heading off to perform at the National Arts Festival in Makhanda (formerly known as Grahamstown), Eastern Cape.

The esteemed choir, widely regarded as one of the best in the world, will dazzle audiences in Bloemfontein (25 June), Graaff-Reinet (26 June), Port Elizabeth (27 June), and East London (28 June).

Having been captivating audiences for over 50 years, they will now be showcasing their abilities for the enjoyment of local crowds with songs both old and new. The choir embraces the versatility, stamina and raw talent of boys from across the country and abroad to create a choral spectacular, jam-packed with a variety of musical styles ranging from classical and contemporary choral gems to billboard pop hits, to authentic indigenous South African music.

The concert will be taking place on 25 June 2019 and will start at 18:30, with doors opening at 17:30; at the Dutch Reformed Church (Geloofsentrum) in Strauss Street, Universitas.
Tickets are available through www.webtickets.co.za.