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The Festival Of Lights


Joburg Theatre in association with the City of Johannesburg entities; Joburg City Parks and Zoo and City Power are excited to present the thirdannual Joburg Festival of Lights featuring an enchanting collection of illuminated life-size animal characters and classical, harmonious entertainment, food and craft night market for visitors to the Joburg Zoo.

Launching on the 25th of November and open from 6pm - 10pm daily except on Mondays, patrons can enjoy a walk in the zoo on a designated lit route away from the animals under trees decorated in enchanting lights.The Joburg Zoo Festival of Lights offers patrons entertainment and a perfect night out in the zoo for all

Kicking off the festival calendar and ending November on a glowing high are performances from the Joburg Ballet's Nutcracker which is a classic, who will first be joined by the young and talented sibling band Biko's Manna from the 26th to the 28th of November then later joined by Soulphiatown until the 5th of December.

From the 7th to the 12th of December, Audiences get to enjoy contemporary dance from Art of Dance, a truly unmissable experience for all things dance. Sharing the same stage during this week is the very talented singer songwriter, Xoli B whose magical performance is an enthralling and healing experience.

From the 14th to the 19th, Tribhanghi Dance Company will transport audiences into a world of rich culture fusion through dance. The dance company whose work seeks to reflect a profound sensitivity, respect, understanding and knowledge of the cultures through dance also boasts a repertoire that includes African, Indian, Contemporary and Afro-fusion. Sharing the stage with them is Shef and the kitchen delivering an incredible performance. This live performing international Afro Jazz Funk band, born from the dusty streets of Orange Farm in the south of Johannesburg is a must watch as they deliver their original lyrics in Isizulu, Xitsonga and English.

Award-winning vocalist Brenda Mtambo and Tembisa born musician, pianist, music arranger, sound engineer and producer, Bongi Mthombeni will conclude the Festival of Lights calendar on a musical high from the 28th of December to the 2nd of January 2022.

Tickets are available at joburgtheatre`s website priced at R75 for kids 3 - 12 years, R90 for pensioners and R150 for kids 12+ and adults, Kids under 3 enter free. Joburg Theatre are excited to share that there will be a black Friday sale where tickets can be bought at 50% off on the 26 of November 2021.

Date of Event: 2021-11-25
Venue: Joburg Zoo
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