One of the top leaders of Joyous Celebration Mr Jabu Hlongwane has announced that they would only allow a certain number of people in their concerts this year, he said they have started doing concerts for people to enjoy and listen to good music.
Jabu Hlongwane Revealed that the main reason for them to organise these concerts is because of the pressure fans were giving them, he said fans were complaining saying they haven't done anything as Joyous Celebration this year.
Joyous celebration are currently Performing songs from their 24th album titled 'The Rock'. The album is divided into two with different sounds of praise in each part. Mr Hlongwane stated that they already did one concert and people showed great love for them.
Another concert is expected to happen on 22 November .Mr Jabu Hlongwane also revealed that if things go according to their plans, there's going to be a biggest concert held in Durban where people would get a chance to see them live. He said they hope the lockdown rules would be eased by then.
He advised people who wish to attend these events to make sure they buy tickets as soon as possible at Computicket as this year's events are different but people would sure enjoy.
Sources : www.isolezwe.co.za
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