Divas Unite 2016 set to celebrate Woman's Day...and it's for a good cause

Divas Unite, where top vocal divas are set to unite for a spectacular Women’s Day concert.

The all-star line-up of top South African female vocalists is set to wow the Grand Arena audience at GrandWest on the 9th of August.

The concert features leading songstresses Thembeka Mnguni, Rouchelle Liedemann, Adelia Douw, Kim Kallie, Judy Page, Bev Scott-Brown, Magdalene Minnaar, Lynelle Kenned and seven-time SAMA-nominated girl band, BlackByrd.

Performances by the Winner and all finalists of the first Divas Unite Young Divas Singing Competition will be included.

The powerful musical accompaniment will be provided by an all-female Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the Divas Unite Choir and newly found violin duo, The Grey.

Divas Unite 2016 is a concert for the whole family and tickets are available through Computicket. General admission ticket prices range from R180 – R220 and only R120 for children ages 6-12.

A percentage of ticket sales will benefit the Saartjie Baartman Centre for abused women and children in Athlone, as well as Project Flamingo which supports breast cancer patients in the public health sector.

Ticket holders stand the chance of winning a fantastic prize. LUX* Resorts and Hotels, in association with Air Mauritius and Divas Unite will give away a 7-day dream holiday for 2 people at the 4-star beach hotel Tamassa in Mauritius.

Listen to the full interview below:

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