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2012-05-30 16:49
Cape Town – Some of the country's top musical talents are set to perform at the DRUM Beat festival this coming Friday and Saturday.

Artists such as Zahara, Toya DeLazy and Sibongile Khumalo are expected to perform their hits at the annual concert.

The festival takes place in Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg at the Birchwood Hotel and showcases cross-genre artists on two separate stages.

"The programme will be predominately jazz-oriented with a twist of Afro-pop and dance music.

"An added bonus is HHP's performance during the Amstel Golden Hour followed by German collective Jazzanova featuring Paul Randolph on Saturday's main stage," the organisers said.

Tickets are available at for R250 for a day pass.

Festival line-up

Friday 1 June 2012

Jazz stage
20:00 Maleh
21:00 Herbie Tsoaeli
22:00 Trio (Steve Kekana, Babsy Mlangeni and Joe Nina)
23:00 Zahara

Saturday 2 June 2012

Main stage
16:00 Koldproduk
18:00 Selaelo Selota
20:00 Lira
22:00 HHP
00:00 Jazzanova
01:15 Zakes Bantwini

Jazz stage
15:00 Taiwa Jazz Band
17:00 Asanda Bam
19:00 Adam Glasser (with Pinise Saul and Bheki Khoza)
21:00 Sibongile Khumalo
23:00 Stimela

Dance stage/Piano lounge
14:00 Karabo Mohlala
17:00 Hot Water
19:00 Vusi Mahlasela and Karen Zoid
21:00 Toya Delazy
23:00 Mi Casa
01:00 Jam session

*Artist line-up is subject to change.

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