Our sister paper, the Newcastle Advertiser, in conjunction with The Pines Wedding and Conference Village, is excited to announce that renowned Afrikaans singer Juanita du Plessis will be performing in Newcastle.
The show is scheduled to take place on April 7 at The Pines Wedding and Conference Village, starting at 7pm.
Tickets are R150 per person, and R60 for children.
Tickets are available for purchase at the following places: Newcastle Advertiser offices at 70 Paterson Street, The Pines Wedding and Conference Village, Huttenpark Pharmacy, and Franle Pharmacy.
One lucky reader stands a chance to win a set of double tickets to see the show free of charge.
All you have to do is answer the easy question below:
“What is the name of the venue where Juanita du Plessis will be performing on April 7?”
To enter, email the answer, along with your contact details, full names and surname to [email protected]
Entries that do not contain the above information will be automatically disqualified.
The competition will close on Thursday, April 5, by close of business.
The Northern Natal Courier will notify the winners telephonically.
- This competition is open to all readers.
- The judge’s decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into.
- The closing date for this competition is April 5, 2018
- Entrants who do not follow the entry instructions will be automatically disqualified.
- Terms and conditions apply.
For more information about the event, contact 034 218 2534.
About Juanita du Plessis:
She was born and raised in Windhoek, Namibia. Juanita du Plessis, a loving wife and mother of three, became a household name in South Africa when her debut album ‘Juanita’ was released in 1998.
Upon its release, the album won her many awards and made her an overnight success.
She and her family moved to South Africa from Gobabis shortly after, and she finally released her second album to much praise.
This album also featured ‘Ska Rumba’, one of Du Plessis’ biggest hits to date. Today, she continues to break records and collect awards with each album she releases.
After a decade in the Afrikaans music industry, it isn’t difficult to see why Juanita du Plessis is known as South Africa’s own platinum princess.