Jonathan Rubain will host the inaugural Hallelujah Arts Festival from Friday November 25 to Sunday November 27 at the Good Hope Christian Centre in Ottery.
The festival will start with a night of spiritual dancing which will be directed by Lauren George of Prophetic Dance Ministries. The Saturday afternoon will be devoted to praise and worship by Durban-based and multi-award-winning gospel artist Dumi Mkokstad. Saturday evening sees the multi-talented Justin-Lee Schultz take to the stage with his band, all the way from the USA. Audiences will see Kyle Shepherd on keys, Don Vino on saxophone, Cameron Ward on guitars, Jonathan Rubain on bass and Keith De Bruyn on drums.
Marc Lottering will perform his first Christian comedy set Sunday afternoon. Sunday evening will see the end of the festival with a concert with many of the country’s favourite Pinkster artists such as Pastor Roland Miggels, Kurt Coetzee and David Jantjies.
Tickets cost R150 a show or R600 for a weekend pass. Book through Computicket.