Bringing musical magic this November!

Musical magic at Gold Reef City this November!

Gold Reef City, SA’s most loved local entertainment spot, is bringing you a double dose of live recordings with gospel greats: Collen Maluleke and Canaan Nyathi. If gospel is not your thing, catch the Indian Idol Reloaded Tour for a celebration of music and performance!


Collen Maluleke live recording

Gospel recording artist Collen Maluleke is set to record his latest hits at the Gold Reef City Lyric Theatre on Saturday, 2 November. Following the success of his 2018 album Grateful. This is a not-to-be-missed event for all gospel lovers as lives will be transformed through live worship. Tickets are available at – ranging from R250 to R300 per person – doors open at 17h00.


Canaan Nyathi live recording

Canaan Nyathi, Umusa Phezu Komusa hitmaker will be recording his Another Level of Grace Upon Grace LIVE at The Lyric Theatre on Sunday, 17 November. Canaan Nyathi has mastered the art of passionate praise and worship. His unforgettable performances have placed him in the ranks of notable gospel giants. Book at Computicket – tickets range from R150 to R300. Doors open at 16h00 – the show starts at 17h00. Don’t forget to use your Rewards card to claim your discount!


The Indian Idol Reloaded Tour

After the phenomenal success of the Indian Idols sold-out tour to South Africa in February, the idols are coming back by public demand! Panache and Esquire proudly present the four gems of Indian Idols: the winner of Indian Idols Salman Ali, first runner up Ankush Bhardwaj, Top 5 Nitin Kumar as well as Kunal Pandit. They are set to ignite the stage with their electrifying and dynamic performances. Their versatility and charm will mesmerise and enthral audiences on Friday, 29 November at The Lyric Theatre. Ticket prices range from R200 to R2,000 – use your Rewards card to claim your discount!

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