Kekana will deliver an unforgettable 2-hour show of pure local nostalgia, including all his hits right from the beginning in 1978 to date.
Kekana, who has lived with a disability since he lost his eyesight at the age of five, he has never let this stand in his way of fulfilling his dream. This concert aims at entertaining and inspiring people living with disabilities or facing various challenges which may be regarded as stumbling blocks towards fulfilling their dreams. It is for this reason that the show is called Iphupho the Dream.
Kekana will be performing with Joe Nina whom he previously collaborated with on his hit song Iphupho. The show will also feature Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabuse on the all-time classic Burn Out.
Multi-Grammy Award winners Ladysmith Black Mambazo will also be making a guest appearance to pay special tribute to Steve Kekana.
Kekana has over 20 albums to his credit and is one of the few artists who has managed to cross over from different genres including Mbhaqanga, Pop, Gospel and Soul. His decision of not confining himself to a particular genre was seen as a recipe for disaster at the outset as it was believed that he would not be able to sustain his fans. But he has managed to prove his critics wrong and to dispel any myths about cross-genres, as to date he is amongst the most loved and respected musicians of his time.
Iphupho the Dream starring Steve Kekana will be on stage at Joburg Theatre on its Mandela Stage for TWO SHOWS ONLY on Saturday 29 April at 19h00 and Sunday 30 April at 13h00.
Tickets are R150 and can be purchased at www.joburgtheatre.com or via Webtickets or by calling Joburg Theatre’s Box Office on 0861 670 670.
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