People are finally counting the weeks before they can be out and about to celebrate the return of the Rand Show, to be held from April 13 to 18 at Nasrec, Johannesburg.
The Rand Show is all about entertainment galore, where adults and children get to have a family day of relaxation and enjoyment.
At this exciting event, those in attendance can enjoy it picnic-style while being entertained by some of South Africa’s best musicians.
After two years of hibernation due to Covid-19, the show has managed to survive.
While many businesses could not survive the unfortunate consequences of the pandemic, people are grateful that some of them were able to rise after falling, and get back to their game.
This year’s event promises to provide a great family day out – much needed by us all after the past couple of years.
Having being promised a colourful experience, adults can look forward to the live music concert.
On Friday, April 15, the main stage will feature A-list performances from the Mi Casa and GoodLuck. Saturday's show sees A-listers such as renowned musician Shekinah and TKZee take to the stage.
On Sunday, April 17, Kelly Khumalo, Doctor Victor, MXO and Mango Groove perform. And to wrap up the event on Monday, April 18, headline acts such as Mafikizolo and AKA will take the stage.
Children will also have a lot of fun things that they immerse themselves in, such as a popular farm experience, and an interactive, fun, learning experience at Mobilezoo.
The animals at the Mobilezoo are rescues or surrendered pets, and the team highlights the pros and cons of keeping animals as pets, helping audiences make informed decisions, and sharing how to care for animals properly. The area is open all day, with three live shows per day, and is free for visitors.
The CEO of the Rand Show, Adele Hartdegen encouraged people to attend in numbers and enjoy the fresh air.
“Bring a blanket, have a joyful family day out while soaking up the South African sun, listening to original South African music, and sampling the delicious food and drink from our local vendors. Festival-goers will also have access into the Rand Show itself at no extra cost."