Joyous Celebration in Bay to uplift spirits

[caption id="attachment_202693" align="aligncenter" width="300"] The voices of the choir’s female line-up blend with the male voices[/caption]

South Africa’s much-loved national choir, Joyous Celebration, will be performing in Port Elizabeth this weekend, presenting a concert of traditional spirituals and gospel favourites on Friday and Saturday night at the NMMU Missionvale campus.

And five readers of The Herald will win hampers which include:

  • Double tickets to one of the two shows;
  • MTN Joyous Celebration bag, T-shirt, CD and DVD.
The successful launch and release of the 21st Joyous album and Easter celebrations means the MTN Joyous Celebration annual SA tour has begun and its first stop after leaving Gauteng is Nelson Mandela Bay.

The internationally-acclaimed gospel ensemble will bring spiritual upliftment to the Eastern Cape following a successful three-day run of its Heal Our Land album in Gauteng over the Easter weekend.

“Having uplifted the spirits of thousands of our fans in Carnival City, Johannesburg, we are sure that Bay audiences will be just as captivated,” says founder Pastor Jabu Hlongwane.

The Eastern Cape’s Nwabisa Meth will, among others, take to the stage. Meth is one of the many singers nurtured by MTN Joyous Celebration over the years.