Johannesburg – Music Guide 27 Feb – 5 Mar

Yu-Jia Susanne Hou

International Violinist Yi-Jia Susanne Hou is the first ever violinist to capture 3 Gold Medals with unanimous juries at 3 International Violin Competitions: Concours International Long-Thibaud (France, 1999), Lipizer International Violin Competition (Italy, 1999) and Sarasate International Violin Competition (Spain, 1997). Make sure you don’t miss her show in Johannesburg this weekend!

Date:     28th Feb

Times:   8pm

Price:     R55 – R185 pp

Venue: Linder Auditorium


Karen Zoid

South African artist Karen Zoid has made inroads in the local music scene and is performing this weekend. She will have you mesmerized by her super charged rock energy and powerful lyrics.

Date:     1st Mar

Times:   8pm

Price:     R150

Venue: Barnyard Theatre – Emperors Palace


Tale of the Son and Psychotix

They have been away for a while but have come back with a new sound and a whole lot of listening pleasure. Make sure you catch them performing this weekend!

Date:     28th Feb

Times:   8:30pm

Price:     R30

Venue: Amuse Cafe


Elvis the show with Nathan Belt

Nathan Belt is the Elvis of South Africa. He is well known for his flawless tributes to Elvis Presley. From the moves to the voice he has it all and is definitely an act that you should catch this weekend!

Date:     19th Feb – 8th Mar

Times:   8pm (Thurs-Sat) , 3pm (Sun)

Price:     R160 – R350

Venue: Joburg Theatre


Jazz at JAG

This weekend Nduduzo Makhathini takes to the stage delivering his unique Jazz sounds.

Date:     1st Mar

Times:   3pm

Price:     R100 –

Venue: Johannesburg Art Gallery



Khaya Mahlangu

Khaya was born in Soweto and drew his musical influences from his father’s musical collection of local and international artists. He has released a debut solo album and has played some of the jazz greats of South Africa.

Date:     28th Feb

Times:   8:30pm

Price:     R120

Venue: The Orbit Jazz Club