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The Ndlovu Youth Choir to perform for 67 minutes this Mandela Day

Join the Ndlovu Youth Choir for their first public live stream performance this Mandela Day where they will be performing for 67 minutes to raise funds for charity.

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The Ndlovu Youth Choir is excited to perform in their first public live stream ever this Mandela Day, 18 July 2020.

The live stream, which will take place from 19:00, will see the choir perform for 67 minutes “to raise funds for charity”. The performance will also include the choir’s debut of their brand new single, We Will Rise.

Booking your ticket

You can buy a streaming voucher for R80 to watch the show. This will also give you unlimited access to the recording of the live stream you purchased. Visit Computicket for more.

About the Ndlovu Youth Choir

The Ndlovu Youth Choir’s incredible run on America’s Got Talent (Season 14) made them the first choir in the history of either America’s Got Talent or Britain’s Got Talent to reach the final. Their soul-stirring performances won hearts and minds around the world. After their final AGT performance, legendary music producer and record executive Simon Cowell labelled the performance “the best final I have ever sat on in my life”. He went on to sign the choir and together with SYCO and Sony Music they released their first album, which debuted at number one on iTunes.

Since AGT, the choir has undertaken two European tours, sold out every public performance and performed on numerous local and international television and radio shows. Performance highlights include a performance to over 115 000 people in Cape Town and The Match in Africa which featured Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Bill Gates and Trevor Noah.

During COVID-19, the choir continued to offer hope and inspiration with their enthusiastic musical public service messages which were shared by the WHO and the United Nations. They joined many of the world’s top A-list performers on a virtual stage when they were featured during the Global Citizens One World: Together at Home virtual concert.

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