Last year four of the best Afrikaans Christian singers joined forces to tour Down Under with the production ‘Manne wat Glo’



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Manne wat Glo returns to Australia and New Zealand in a brand new production for Gospel Fees 2016 from 4-20 March 2016. For more information or to book your ticket go to: www.musiekfabriek.global
Last year four of the best Afrikaans Christian singers joined forces to tour Down Under with the production ‘Manne wat Glo’ (‘Men who Believe’). Jan de Wet, Leon Ferreira, Willie Joubert and Dewald Gouws are established solo artists in South Africa and when they joined forces to produce ‘Manne wat Glo’ (‘Men who Believe’), they produced the best Afrikaans Christian album and production ever! They enjoyed tremendous success during their tour in 2015 and are now ready to proclaim the Gospel with the sequel ‘Manne wat Glo 2’ (‘Men who Believe 2’)
They are visiting Australia and New Zealand in March 2016 by invitation from ‘Musiek Fabriek’ (The Entertainment Factory Pty Ltd)) and will be launching a brand new album and production of colourful harmonies and energetic rhythm, alternating with acoustic sounds and A Capella singing.
15 songs on the new album are carefully selected to showcase the unique talent of each member of the group whilst enjoying the combination of four of the best Gospel singers in South Africa.
The central theme of ‘Faith, Hope and Love’ is apparent through-out the album. Each of the songs is a new creation except the last song, which is a powerful organ and symphony rendition of the old favourite ‘Lofsing die Here’ (‘Praise the Lord’). This final song concludes the proclamation of the Gospel in a wonderful arrangement of word and melody. This album is essential to complete your Gospel music collection and CD’s will be on sale at each of the concerts.
This international concert tour is one of the biggest ever by South African artists. They are touring 2 continents and 9 states and are performing in 14 concerts over 19 days in 5 time zones!
“The theme of the tour is ‘Geboorteland na Beloofde Land’ (‘Country of birth to the Promised Land’) and I pray that everyone who attends this production will be motivated to find their special role to fulfill in Australia and New Zealand in the greater scheme of God’s plan,” says Hennie Botha, owner of ‘Musiek Fabriek’ and promoter of this event.
“We suggest that tickets are booked well in advance to avoid disappointment as this family friendly concert is of a very high standard and we expect tickets to sell like hot cakes,” says Hennie. Jan de Wet is doing his well known program for toddlers ‘Jan en die Lofkleuters’ (‘Jan and the Worshipping Toddlers’) as a supporting act.
This production demonstrates that the group is not only an asset to the South African music scene, but also of significant value to the international Christian music genre. This production is highly recommended to all lovers of Afrikaans Christian Music as each of these men has great singing voices and is talented songwriters.
The Gospel Festival 2016 tour program is as follows:

  • Friday, 4 March 2016 Evening for Men in Brisbane (18:30pm)

Citipointe Afrikaanse Kerk Mansfield - 322 Wecker Rd, Carindale, QLD 4152, Australia (FREE EVENT, MUST HOLD TICKET) – Indoors - Afrikaans Church.

  • Saturday. 5 March 2016 Gospel Festival Gold Coast (18:30pm)

Life Development Church Nerang (Afrikaanse Kerk Gold Coast) - 67 Warrener St Nerang, QLD 4211, Australia

  • Sunday, 6 March 2016 Gospel Festival Brisbane (12:30pm)

Bray Park Commuunity Church - 10 Youngs Crossing Rd, Bray Park, QLD 4500, Australia

  • Wednesday, 9 March 2016 Gospel Festival Christchurch (18:30pm)

Hope Presbyterian Church Hornby - 27 Amyes Rd, Hornby, Christchurch 8042, New Zealand

  • Thursday, 10 March 2016 Gospel Festival Wellington (18:30pm)

The Rock Church - Unit 10, 4 Glover Street, Ngauranga, Wellington, New Zealand

  • Friday, 11 March 2016 Gospel Festival Hamilton (18:30pm)

Afrikaanse Christen Kerk van NZ - Hamilton Gemeente (Auditorium in die Hamilton Methodist Church Centre), 62 London Street, Hamilton Central, Hamilton 3204, New Zealand

  • Saturday, 12 March 2016 Gospel Festival Auckland South (18:30pm)

The Connexion Church NZ - Ormiston Primary School, 291 Ormiston Road, Flatbush, Auckland, New Zealand

  • Sunday, 13 March 2016 Gospel Festival Auckland North (18:30pm)

North Harbour Seventh-day Adventist Church - 40 Bronzewing Terrace, Unsworth Heights, North Shore City 0632, New Zealand

  • Monday, 14 March 2016 Gospel Festival Sydney (18:30pm)

Seventh-day Adventist Church - Christian Reformed Church of Castle Hill - 84 Cecil Avenue, Caslte Hill, NSW, 2154

  • Tuesday, 15 March 2016 Gospel Festival Melbourne (18:30pm)

Vantage Point Church (Donvale) - 320 Reynolds Rd, Donvale VIC 3111, Australia

  • Wednesday, 16 March 2016 Gospel Festival Adelaide (18:30pm)

Campbelltown Reformed Church - 55 Hill St, Campbelltown SA 5074, Australia

  • Friday, 18 March 2016 Evening for Men Perth (18:30pm)

In the Shed at 49 Balannup road, Harrisdale, WA. (FEE EVENT, BUT $5 CHARGE FOR STEAKROLL – Own non alcoholic drinks allowed – MUST HOLD TICKET)

  • Saturday, 19 March 2016 Gospel Festival Perth South (18:30pm)

Livingston Seventh Day Adventist Church - Nicholson Rd Canning Vale, WA 6155

  • Sunday, 20 March 2016 Gospel Festival Perth North (13:30pm)

Quins Baptist College - 8 Salerno Dr, Mindarie WA 6030, Australia

The two “Evenings for men” are free of charge (but you still need a ticket) and for men only. At these events men are invited to worship in song and talk about the Lord in a relaxed environment.


Book your tickets here: www.musiekfabriek.global
Ticket prices for the Family nights are as follows:
• Adult: $30.00

• Teenagerss: $20.00

• Todlers: Free

• Students/Pensioners & Concession: $25.00

• Family of 4: $80.00

• Family of 5: $100.00

• Family of 6: $100.00

• Groups of 10: $250.00


Join us on facebook at and stay in touch with Gospel Fees as an annual event over the next years: www.facebook.com/groups/GospelFees
More information about the entertainers:

JAN DE WET

Jan did his first gospel recording 44 years ago and still performs full-time in South Africa and overseas. He is a well-known minister, singer, composer, writer and broadcaster. His greatest joy is to serve the Lord full-time. He is married to Jeanette and they are blessed with 3 children and 6 grandchildren.


WILLIE JOUBERT

Willie is a writer and a singer-songwriter. He has been active on the gospel music scene for the last 25 years and his latest album ‘Ek wil Jubel” (‘I want to Rejoice’) includes 17 of his original songs. He lives in the beautiful town Parys, in the Free State, with his beloved Natasha.


LEON FEREIRRA

Leon launched his first CD in 1992 and he has since produced 13 music productions. His latest album ‘Asemrowend’ (Breath-taking’) was released in September 2013. He was recently chosen to star in a movie and his first book was launched in November 2014. Leon and his wife Amandalives in Centurion with their two children, Damien and Kayla.


DEWALD GOUWS

Dewald is relatively new to the South African Gospel music scene, but he has already been described as an absolute sensation by the well-known record label Select. He launched his debut album ‘Verhaal van Glorie” (‘Tale of Glory’) in September 2012. He produced several music videos and shared the stage with the worldwide evangelist Angus Buchan of ‘Faith like Potatoes’ fame at Mighty Men conferences.  He is married to Nesta and they have two children, Denrique en Chenesse. They live in Polokwane, Limpopo.



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