Win tickets to watch When Continents Collide at the casino

TAKE a musical journey around the world with this beautiful group of performers. Watch When continents collideas they perform your favorite hits at the Rockwood Theater at Sibaya Casino and Entertainment World, May 13-June 19.

The all-local, nine-piece cast includes singers, dancers and a live band and will have you dancing to the beat of your memories with some of music’s greatest songs, from artists like Sia, Tones and me. , ABBA, Adele, Elton John, Roxette, Brenda Fassie, Michael Jackson, Cher and many more.

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Singers Marion Louden and Jemma Badenhorst, dancers Sherwin Green, Martinique Palmer and Kirsty Motzouris, and the live band with Paul Cassells on drums, Senzo Mdamba on bass, Chris Brink on guitar and Evan Cullem on keyboards are ready to sing , shake, rattle and roll.

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We’re giving away two double tickets to two lucky readers to watch When continents collide at Sibaya Casino and Entertainment World on Friday, May 20.

To participate, complete the form below. End of the contest on Tuesday, May 17.

When continents collide

When continents collide

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