All White Gospel Picnic. Picture: Twitter
All White Gospel Picnic. Picture: Twitter

All White Gospel Picnic is back with a top quality line-up

By Staff Reporter Time of article published Oct 17, 2018

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The All White Gospel Picnic returns to Carnival City Festival Lawns on November 24. Festival-goers are promised a spectacular showcase when some of the best musical talents gather for one night only at what is set to be “thee” gospel event of the year.

“After a successful inaugural event in 2017, we are proud to be back with a bigger and better offering to festival goers.”

“We are absolutely delighted with this year’s top-quality line-up. We believe the event will appeal to a wider audience of music lovers. Festival-goers can expect a well-organised event with top quality sound and performances, all in a safe and secure environment,” said Vusi Gcabashe, event organiser.

This year, more than 12,000 people can look forward to seeing some of the most renowned gospel stars in South Africa, Kholeka, Abathandwa (of eeh Moya Wam fame), Sipho Ngwenya, Putuma Tiso, Ayanda Ntanzi, Neyi Zimu and many more acts on one stage. 

Revellers will watch the sunset while enjoying the star-studded performances.

The gates will open at 10am and picnic baskets and cooler bags are allowed for R80 each. Tickets are on sale at Computicket 

Food Court will be available on the day and those wishing to purchase food and drinks during the event.

Some of the new features at the 2018 All White Gospel Picnic are a bigger line up of gospel artists, a bigger stage, a children’s play area as well as a retail garden. “This is the start of a movement, an event that audiences can look forward to annually,” said Gcabashe.

Warning: No Alcohol will be allowed inside the venue.


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