Phones are not just phones – and when you’re listening to music on them, you want it to be loud…
SPLASHY FEN IS SET TO WELCOME 3000 FANS AFTER A 2 YEAR BREAK. 3 000 eager fans can let…
With just over a month to go before South Africa’s friendliest festival kicks off in the rolling foothills of the…
KATRINE ANKER-NILSSEN MEETS THE TALENTED QADASI AND HIS FUSION OF TRADITIONAL ZULU AND WESTERN FOLK MUSIC Born in Pietermaritzburg, David…
FOR MUSIC CONNOISSEURS NOTHING BEATS GOOD OLD VINYL. AND FOR UMHLANGA’S PAUL BUTTERY, HE HAS MASTERED THE ART OF FINDING…
A ROCKING COLLAB SET FOR THE MARRIOTT BALLITO BEATS CONCERT WITH ARNO CARSTENS & ARD MATTHEWS. They’re back! Two of…
Meet a passionate piano teacher who loves sharing her musical knowledge with young and old alike
The Grammy Award-winning Minnesota Orchestra prepares to launch its Music for Mandela project at Orchestra Hall in the northern U.S. city of Minneapolis this week.
Next month sees South Africa’s best selling indi-rock band, The Parlotones, take to the stage at The Rockwood Theatre, Sibaya.
The fourth Michaelhouse Festival of Music will be taking place at the magnificent school grounds from Friday 11 to Sunday 13 May.
Local band Grand Traverse can’t wait to share their new album with the Upper Highway community – and the rest of the world, writes Katrine Anker-Nilssen.
The Durban branch of the South African Society of Music Teacher’s is presenting three days of interesting presentations as well as a wonderful concert.
RBT is a young, vibey and fun music school based in Hillcrest. They endeavour to keep music light-hearted while also…
Amber Rubarth & Nibs Van der Spuy KwaZulu-Natal Spring Tour Dates
Due to unforeseen production scheduling and logistic issues, the planned on-sale of all tickets to Yusuf / Cat Stevens’ November concerts in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban will be temporarily delayed.
The Buco Umhlanga Food and Music Festival at Chris Saunders Park in Umhlanga is set to take place on August 9th – just in time for the Women’s Day celebrations.
KZN Philharmonic’s ‘Royal Symphony’ to delight with programme of west end musical melodies.
From the big-band sounds of swing to the freedom of avant-garde and everything in between, jazz-lovers will want to diarise June 17th when the second International Jazz Extravaganza.
CELLIST, Aristide du Plessis, and pianist, Christopher Duigan, will perform Cello Song at St Agnes Church in Kloof at 7.30pm on Thursday, May 25.
South African icon and treasure PJ POWERS – Thandeka, has mesmerized South Africa and the world for over 40 years…
PIETERMARITZBURG concert pianist, Christopher Duigan, will present a recital of French music by Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel and Jean-Phillippe Rameau at St Agnes Church at 53 Abelia Road, Kloof at 7.30 pm on Thursday, April 20.
Austrian born and US based guitar virtuoso Thomas Leeb, makes his very first appearance in South Africa with Guy Buttery.
11 Bands, 3 Venues, 1 Epic Eshowe Weekend…20th – 23rd April 2017.
Wet ‘n Wild will be rocking its slides on Saturday, March 25th , with the Wolf Pack and a hot line up of South African local talent.
Global credit card brand American Express has named Splashy Fen as one of the top five events to attend in April this year.
The third of the Sol Sunday Sessions at Northwood Crusaders Sports Club is coming up on 19 March
Modern day guitar maestro, Seb Goldswain will be performing two solo acoustic show this March/Feb scheduled for around KZN.
For one night only, Durban audiences have the privilege of catching Guy Buttery’s new collaboration with The Odeion String Quartet at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on Monday 3 October.
With Heritage month upon us, uShaka Marine World is aiming to truly embrace the variety of cultures that make up our South African heritage.
The countdown has begun as final preparations are in gear for this year’s Durban International Blues Festival which takes place at its new home- The Plant.
SAMA-nominated 24 Skies is a Kloof band making waves internationally, from Abbey Road to Shanghai, with a growing fan base and a dedication to excellence
Accomplished guitar maestro, Seb Goldswain will embark on a Not Quite Spring provincial tour this August with six acoustic performances scheduled for around KZN.
This year’s White Mountain Festival is coming up from 29 September to 2 October and once again promises a line-up of some of the best acoustic acts in the country.
International musical history will be made in Durban on 24 July 2016 when perhaps the world’s longest running band, The…
Top music, extreme sports and quality food lined up for the 2016 Ballito Pro Presented by Billabong
Talented musician Seb Goldswain is on a mission – reviving the long-listening experience with joyful sounds while inspiring the next generation
Preparations are underway for Gateway’s 8th annual Vodacom Durban July Preview Fashion Show and Concert, an unprecedented celebration of fashion and music.
The KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra creates music to warm our hearts and souls every Thursday in a six concert Winter World Symphony Series 2016.
PJ Powers live and unplugged at the Oyster Box this Friday!
Head to the Shongweni Farmer’s & Craft Market on Freedom Day (Wednesday, April 27) for a fantastic line-up of live music, good food and chilled vibes!
The second annual Zakifo Musik Festival, Durban boasts some of the finest music-makers comes to Durban at the site of the old Natal Command opposite Battery Beach, for two days only, on 27 and 28 May, 2016.
World-celebrated guitar virtuoso Guy Buttery has just announced his KZN dates in support of his much-anticipated 2016 album launch tour.
Over the four-day long iconic music festival Splashy Fen fans can be sure of one thing: a line-up of both local and international acts that will please all tastes.
Splashy Fen is set to wow music-loving fans both old and new with a star-studded line-up of international and local music acts, that will put the iconic music festival on the map.
Next batch of quality artists commit to Splashy 2016
KZN Philharmonic Orchestra 2016 World Symphony Series Summer Season
Find a spot and enjoy Shongweni Farmer’s Market presents Valentine’s Day celebrations.
A first ever classical recital is coming to the highly popular venue of Jazzy Rainbow
Prepare for a merry season of festive fun with popular comedian, Aaron McIlroy and friends, in the show Funny Father Christmas.
Hip Hip hooray … Christmas is on its way! And to check if you’ve been naughty or nice , Santa ‘s sending friendly elves from the land of snow and ice!
Be transported by the heavenly sounds of the Durban Men’s Choir, performing at the Kloof Town Hall this November.
An evening of beautiful music will be held at the Kloof Baptist Church this October with performances by local classical musicians.
Renowned guitar virtuoso Guy Buttery returns to KZN with a brand new show
Get ready for an electric explosion, with Rock Royalty at The Barnyard Theatre, Gateway’s on Thursday 8 October, paying tribute to the kings and queens of rock.
Popular Afro-pop duo Mafikizolo will get spirits soaring this summer at the Old Mutual Music at the Lake picnic concert on Sunday, 18 October 2015, at Durban’s scenic botanical gardens.
Join the Afriski Winter Music Fest in August
The annual Everton Garden Party Picnic in the Park has been changed to August 16
Head down to a picnic in the park at Everton’s Garden Party from 26 July from 12:30 – 5pm.
One of KwaZulu-Natal’s fastest-rising Eastern bands, Saverah, is set to take Sibaya by storm this June.
Green Sleeves once again present local musical talent and some say, “the best burgers in town”!
The inaugural Zakifo Muzik Festival comes to Durban’s City Hall on 11 June and Rivertown Beer Hall on 12 and 13 June.
Watch South African performers – DreamTeam, DJ Tira and Brent Harris & Thee Jam – who will be heating things up at Wet ‘n Wild this May.
The Dutch in Umhlanga has another week of great live musical acts.
The Parlotones, are launching their new CD with a national tour of The Barnyard Theatres, performing at Gateway on 28 and 29 May.
Trish Symington is a professional, down-to-earth violinist who has dedicated the past 18 years to teaching young children to love music, especially the violin
Live for the First Time in 5 years in Salt Rock
The Dutch presents a week of musical wonder.
Join Sedgwick’s Original Old Brown for a weekend of fun and live outdoor music.
Don’t miss this exceptional performance of popular Spanish, Italian and Latin songs at St Agnes in Kloof on Friday, 19 September
Do you dream of performing in front of 1000s of people? Submit one of your songs to East Coast Radio and stand a chance to perform at Durban Day 2013
The Barnyard Theatre at Gateway is spanning back three decades to a time best remembered for its music icons and forgotten for its fashion, with Icons Of The 80s.
See The Parlotones live in concert on 15 April, supported by the mesmerising Gangs of Ballet
Don’t miss this exceptional entertainer when she visits Durban on The Captured Tour. Watch our video here too
Jazz and blues fans are in for a treat, as Durban plays host to a rich collection of performers, all ready to stun you!
This celebration of local talent begins today and promises a wealth of music, art and crafts to delight all visitors
Spend a weekend enjoying the beautiful surroundings of Makaranga with friends and family – and raise money for Kloof Rotary
Durban music fans will be sad to hear that guitar maestro Syd Kitchen is fighting cancer . . . here’s a message from Syd’s family.
Julius Malema, leader of the ANC Youth League, is using gospel music to drive his political agenda.
Peta Lee talks music, mountains and Oscars with South African composer Paul Hepker.
Garth Johnstone caught up with Umhlanga’s Shannon Hope – one of South Africa’s brightest music stars.