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Majozi live at Bridge Street for Human Rights Day

Mar 19, 2018
Majozi live at Bridge Street for Human Rights Day

Majozi is a proudly South African musician from the coastal city of Durban who wears his heart on his sleeve. Literally. He has tattoos dedicated to his faith and to his mother - two very defining aspects of his life, both of which inspire the music he writes.

He will be performing live at Bridge Street Brewery on Tuesday, 20 March as part of a celebration for Human Rights Day.

Entrance is free for all Majozi fans. The doors open at 5pm with openings acts Ben du Toit and Devon Van Driel.

Majozi is refreshingly sincere and crafts heartfelt songs that artfully portray his uplifting perspective on the world around him. He plays the guitar, keys and drums and draws inspiration from his faith and the world around him.

He has been building up his fan base through relentless touring throughout 2016, including a a short stint in Amsterdam playing with local music greats Francois van Coke and Die Heuwels Fantasties.

Free entrance is limited and right of admission is reserved. T’s and C’s apply.

For more information visit the Facebook page Majozi live at Bridge Street Brewery.