Two of the most gifted legendary Afrikaans music performers are making their way to The Ridge. Jo Black and Refenste will be giving us pure Afrikaans tunes to dance and sing along to.
Jo Black and Refentse will be performing at The Venue at The Ridge on November 10.
Jo Black, born Jo Engelbrecht grew up in Pretoria North and started working after school. He ran his own construction company where, for approximately eight years, he built everything from roads and bridges, to hospitals and houses. Jo soon realised that there is more to life than just work, and things took an about turn.
Wanting to empower people to be the best version of themselves, Jo launched the Be that Guy movement. The movement took off instantly, fast becoming an overnight success. Jo has delivered his uplifting, inspirational talks at venues throughout South Africa. Jo touches hearts, and minds, and has become somewhat of a phenomenon with his signature brand of positive thinking.
The Be That Guys Roadshow has visited over 100 schools across the country, where Jo Black has empowered children to nurture the good within.
Refentse first burst into the public spotlight in 2015 when a neighbour in Vereeniging shared a video on social media of him singing an Afrikaans song.
Refentse made waves on the internet when he was recorded singing De la Rey and Laurika Rauch’s hit, ‘Lisa se Klavier’. Soon after the videos were uploaded to the internet, Refentse became a viral sensation.
Since then‚ Refentse has gone from being a viral sensation to an established Afrikaans musician.
Make sure you have your tickets for the show.
Doors open at 18:00 and the shows starts at 19:00.
Tickets are R150 per person and is available from Computicket.
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