Ladysmith Black Mambazo

World famous South African choir
Fri 10 May ’24 20:15 uur
Fri 10 May ’24
20:15 uur

Paul Simons' world-famous a capella choir 'Graceland' has been one of the most successful South African acts ever for over 50 years. They won five Grammys and accompanied Nelson Mandela at the presentation of his Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo in 1993. Over the years, the original members have welcomed a number of younger members. The newer members provide the group with their youthful energy. Their beautiful and heartfelt harmonies are irresistible, recognisable from thousands and spread a message of peace.

Ladysmith Black Mambazo was founded by Joseph Shabala following a dream he had of a choir singing in perfect harmony. In no time, their reputation in their own country was so huge that they were no longer allowed to enter talent competitions, because they always won! Joseph Shabala has since sadly passed away, but he has passed on the baton to his four sons, who continue to spread the message of peace, love and harmony.


At this concert, there are only standing places.