Atlasville singer HunTer has been invited by East Texas Performing Arts (ETPA) to participate in the 2017 Texas Sounds International Country Music Awards, in Texas, from November 2 to 5.
In the spirit of National Heritage Day, Carnival City brings to its stage a diversity of well-known local artists for a vibrant musical showcase that promises something for everyone.
For the first time in Johannesburg, comic genius Chris Forrest and celebrity chef Pete Goffe-Wood scrumptiously blend comedy and cooking together into the ‘Top Gear’ of cooking shows.
Carnival City is launching its first-ever Carnival Market on September 3.
Celebrate Heritage Day one day early and in real style this September as Carnival City brings to its stage some of the biggest names in jazz and afro-soul namely Ringo Madlingozi and Selaelo Selota, on September 23.
Carnival City plays host to the first ever East Rand Spring Festival in September this year.
The stage was set for an unforgettable night on August 4 as the Live Arts Little Theatre (LALT) hosted its final event, ‘#Coinsforchange’, before their big move to the new LALT Theatre House.
Renowned South African guitarist and rock music aficionado Nic Rush pays homage to some of the most memorable guitar anthems in a spectacular musical showcase, Six String Stories, at Carnival City’s Mardi Gras Theatre on August 26.
Stand-up comedian and actress Khanyisa Bunu will be opening for Trevor Noah’s upcoming tour at Carnival City, on August 26.
The third annual Caxton Local Newspaper’s Best of Ekurhuleni Readers’ Choice Awards … or simply The Best of Ekurhuleni, is kicking off and we are inviting you to be part of the journey again.
Much anticipated year after year, the final leg of Business Premium Weekend 2017 takes place at Carnival City’s Big Top Arena on August 12.