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Monday, September 23, 2013


The very best in international music will fill the air throughout the MTN Festival at Montecasino. The Festival, which runs from 18 September to 13 October, is jam-packed with world-class musical entertainment from as far afield as Italy and Wales.  Giving you every opportunity to APPLAUD BIG!

“These world-class concerts will add more than a touch of class to the not-to-be-missed MTN Festival which is already offering a large variety of unique, diverse and world-class entertainment that will appeal to all visitors across all demographics – giving everyone the opportunity to have a big experience to remember,” says Joseph.

The two international performers are beautiful Welsh songbird Katherine Jenkins and the exceptionally talented baritone Patrizio Buanne, who will both be performing at the MTN Festival for two concerts each.

Katherine Jenkins, who is best known for her unique interpretations of popular songs and operatic arias and hymns, will perform at the Teatro on 18 and 19 September 2013, accompanied by a 24-piece orchestra. Tickets from R300 on montecasino.co.za or through Computicket. 

Patrizio Buanne is an Italian singing sensation, and one of the world`s most exciting baritone crooners. He will perform on 21 and 22 September at the Teatro. Tickets start from R250 at Computicket. Get yours now!

MTN Festival events and entertainment run throughout the week but heighten from Thursdays to Sundays. There is no entry or general access fee into the festival. For more information on bookings and costs for select ticketed events, please visit montecasino.co.za, computicket.co.za, itickets.co.za or bierfest.co.za. Standard parking tariffs and entry fees to Montecasino venues apply.

For full details on these and other events, activities and special offers forming part of the 2013 MTN Festival at Montecasino, visit montecasino.co.za, like Montecasino on Facebook (facebook.com/montecasino) or follow @MontecasinoZA on Twitter.

Montecasino – We’ve Got it!


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