Johnny Clegg Zimbabwe

Johnny Clegg announces show in Zimbabwe as part of final tour

Johnny Clegg Zimbabwe: It’s true, one of Africa’s musical icons will be playing a single show in Zimbabwe as part of his farewell tour. We have all the details, right here.

Johnny Clegg Zimbabwe

Musical legend Johnny Clegg is currently finishing off his incredible career with one last tour. Now, just before he signs off, Clegg has announced that he will be performing a special one night only concert in Harare Zimbabwe.

Johnny Clegg live in Zimbabwe

While people think of Clegg as a global icon who represented Mzansi proudly, the South African musician also spent seven years of his youth in Zimbabwe.

The historic event will take place on 4 May 2018 at RainTree, Umwinsidale, Harare as part of the Final Journey World Tour.

Harare Final Journey Concert
Venue: RainTree, Umwinsidale, Harare
Date: 4 May 2018
Times: 5pm – 11pm 
Get ready for a night of anthems, incredible music and a historic send off for one of Africa’s most loved musicians. 
To buy tickets to the Harare concert visit: 
General Tickets:                 $35
VIP* Tickets:                       $75
Children’s Ticket (7 – 12):    $20
*Ticket includes VIP parking, VIP entrance, VIP viewing deck some seating, private bar and toilets.
** Children 6 and under are free. 
In partnership with ZambeziFM, The Sunday Mail & Zimbabwe Tourism Authority. 

Johnny Clegg Zimbabwe: A musical veteran’s last march

Known for his brand of crossover music worldwide, Clegg has truly mastered succes and sold over five million albums.

Organisers say concert goers can can expect classic hits like Impi (meaning “Zulu warriors” or “War”), Asimbonanga, which has achieved anthem status with crowds in SA and accross the globe. Of course, let’s not forget about I Call Your Name, Scatterlings of Africa, African Sky Blue, Kilimanjaro and many more.

A moment for Zimbabwe

The concert’s partnership with the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority seems to show the country’s willingness to get back into hosting events like this. After years of regulations and despair, the new government’s sentiments about “making Zimbabwe open” are much needed. Even something small like a conert can make a big difference economically for so many people.

Will you be attending the show in May?