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Sizzling events and upbeat entertainment

Spectators and performers can look forward to an action-packed dancing and singing competition, Legends are Made Season 2, at Woodlands International College, Boksburg. Last year’s competition was well supported with over 800 entries from across the country. Join them on June 8, 9, 15 and 16.

Details: De Pontes on 071 475 6576 or [email protected]. Also follow Legends are Made on Facebook and Instagram.

To mark 30 years of South Africa’s democracy, the Apartheid Museum partnered with the Ifa Lethu Foundation to showcase an exhibition of selected works from its esteemed collection. It is on display at the Apartheid Museum and runs until July 31. The exhibition features some highlights of the collection of over 500 works and includes works of contemporary South African artists. The museum is situated at Northern Parkway and Gold Reef Road, Johannesburg.

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Details: 011 309 4700.

Dust off those golfing shoes and support Alberton High School’s annual golf day at Germiston Golf Club on June 7.

The cost of a four-ball is R1 600 or R400 for a single player. The price per golf cart is R450. Interested individuals can book their cart directly through Germiston Golf Club at 011 827 7818. You can also sponsor a hole or a tee at R1 000, enter a four-ball and sponsor a hole at R2 300, sponsor the halfway house thatch at R1 200 or the putting green at R1 200. Tee-off times are from 9am to 12 noon with prize-giving at 6pm. All funds raised on the day will go towards the school’s development. Sponsorship of prizes and donations are welcome.

Details: [email protected]

Book now for the Ben Vino wine festival, brought to you by Val De Terra, at 114 On Waterhouse (gate 3), Benoni, on June 8 from 10am to 4.30pm. Taste 150 wines from 20 different estates. There will be food stalls, kiddies area, live music with C’est La Vie awaiting you.

Loads to eat and drink. Bubbly, beer and wine on tap. You can pre-order a graze-box for two or buy food on the day from Orexi Greek Street Food, The Grill Bus and Goliath Coffee. Tickets are available at R250 per person which include glass and tastings. Hurry and book now as there are only 500 tickets available. Secure off site parking with a shuttle service every 15 minutes and e-hailing drop off point at the venue.

Details: 010 025 8133 or book at Quicket

After months of riveting competition that kept you glued to your screens, rooting for your favourites and celebrating their triumphs, South Africa can now witness the star power live on stage with the winner and top 3 finalists from Indian Idol Season 14.

Performing for the first time in South Africa, the musical extravaganza, Dynamic-4, will see winner Vaibhav Gupta joined by finalists Subhadeep Das, Piyush Panwar and Ananya Pal performing live on June 9 at Theatre of Marcellus, Emperors Palace.

The Dynamic-4 will be showcasing their phenomenal talent with a power-packed live performance of fan-favourite Bollywood numbers, soulful ballads to evergreen classics and modern pop tracks. Accompanied with a live band, this concert is a celebration of their inspiring journey from aspiring singers to national icons. Doors open at 5pm, show starts at 6pm.

Details: Ticketpro or your nearest SPAR Payzone kiosk

The PAW Patrol are on a roll and heading to South Africa this June for the action-packed, music-filled, live stage production, PAW Patrol Live! ‘Race to the Rescue’.

The heroic pups from the top-rated animated preschool series will be live on stage at Theatre of Marcellus, Emperors Palace From June 28 to June 30. Come dance the Pup Pup Boogie, help the pups rescue Mayor Goodway, and win the race.

Details: Ticketpro and SPAR Payzone kiosks

The Fire & Feast Festival returns as part of the Mzansi Food & Drink Show running from June 15 to June 17.

Given that the majority of South Africans like nothing more than a rump steak, lamb chop, chicken kebab or piece of boerewors done to perfection on the braai, it’s no wonder that the Fire & Feast Festival has has been a popular food attraction in Gauteng. Make your way to the Kyalami Convention Centre from 9am to 6pm on the Saturday and Sunday and 9am to 5pm on the Monday.

Details: howler.co.za/events/mzansi-food-drink-show-cf61

Gauteng is set to rock to the rhythms of Afrikaans music as the city prepares to host the inaugural Dag Drome Afrikaans Music Festival on June 15 at Huddle Park in Linksfield from 10am to 10pm. Celebrating the rich heritage of Afrikaans music, the festival promises to be a celebration of family and music with a stellar line-up of renowned Afrikaans musicians and exciting performances from the likes of Francois van Coke, Jack Parow, Van Pletzen, Droomsindroom, Loufi, Biggy, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Alter Ego, Yo Nax, DJ Justine and more.

Food and beverage stalls will be on site and concert goers of all ages are welcome, with ID required to purchase alcohol. Bring along your camping chairs and picnic blankets and prepare for a wonderful winter day out enjoying the best that South African Afrikaans music has to offer.

Tickets cost R95 for children under the age of 12, with standard tickets costing R295. Priority tickets are also available at R550 which comes with the added benefit of fast tracked entry and priority access to bars and toilets. For those wanting the ultimate Dag Drome experience, VIP tickets are available at R2 450 which includes access to a VIP hospitality lounge, premium seating, complimentary bar and catering as well as VIP parking and toilet facilities.

Details: Tixsa

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