The second installment of the annual All White Gospel Picnic is headed to Carnival City in November and promises to be even bigger and better than last year. Renowned South African gospel performers are collaborating to present the gospel music festival of the season at Carnival City on 24 November 2018. The All White Gospel Picnic is a family friendly, outdoor celebration on the property’s Festival Lawns.
Vusi Gcabashe, All White Gospel Picnic spokesperson says that after a successful inaugural event in 2017, the organisers are proud to be back with a bigger and better offering this year. “We have a top-quality line-up and believe the event will appeal to a wider audience of music lovers. Fans can expect a well organised event with top quality sound and performances, all in a safe and secure environment.”
More than 12 000 people are expected to rush to Carnival City to see some of South African Gospel’s greats such as Lebo Sekgobela, Kholeka, Abathandwa (of eeh Moya Wam fame), Sipho Ngwenya, Putuma Tiso, Ayanda Ntanzi, Neyi Zimu and many more acts on one stage.
“Gospel music lovers and their families can enjoy these much-loved artists perform all the gospel classics and favourites, into the night,’ says Michelle Smith, Marketing Manager of Carnival City.
This premium lifestyle event, dubbed one of South Africa’s biggest event on the gospel calendar, brings together thousands of gospel lovers for a spirit-filled day of praise and worship in a relaxed, picnic setting geared to accommodate the entire family. This year fans can expect a bigger stage, children’s play area and even a retail garden. Carnival City’s extensive offering of eateries in their Food Court will also be open on the day for anyone who wishes to purchase food or drinks at the event. No alcohol is permitted at this event.
The Festival Lawns gates open at 10h00 and close again at 22h00. Picnic baskets and cooler bags are allowed in at R 80 per basket or cooler box. Tickets cost between R250 and R650 per person and can be bought through Computicket.