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By Asanda Mbayimbayi

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Mzansi muso Zoë Modiga gears up for upcoming Off-White Concert

The 'Umdali' singer talks about her thoughts and excitement for the upcoming concert on 25 November.

Top Mzansi muso and songwriter Zoë Modiga is prepared to deliver an exceptional performance for her fans at the upcoming Off-White Concert, organised by the Banda Banda Agency.

The concert is taking place at the Big Top Arena in Carnival City on the 25 November.

She is featured in the event alongside renowned musicians Mandisi Dyantis, Simphiwe Dana, Samthing Soweto, and Langa Mavuso and they will present a blend of love songs, healing music, dance tunes, and self-love anthems to captivate the audience.

Zoë Modiga. Picture: Supplied
Zoë Modiga. Picture: Supplied

Zoë Modiga’s anticipation and excitement

In an interview with The Citizen regarding her role as one of the performers at the concert, Zoë talks about what she will share with her fans during the event.

“I think our music lovers are quite well acquainted with what we do at our shows and those who are unfamiliar can come and find out.

“I’m happy to be able to be a part of ushering a healing, vibrant, freeing, loving haven for all of us. I am especially excited about leading the stage with such culturally and musically impactful artists.

“I’ve had the honour of working with all of them but never all on one stage and this will be quite a musical reset,” said Zoë.

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Zoë Modiga on the impact of her music

When discussing the impact of her music on people’s lives, Zoë suggests that it’s better for individuals to express how her music influences them personally.

“I think it’s better to ask the people how they’ve been impacted. I will only ever interact with the music as the one sharing it and the messages are all about the human experience and how we make sense of this world we live in,” said Zoë.

Zoë Modiga. Picture: Supplied
Zoë Modiga. Picture: Supplied

Embracing shared threads amid individuality

Talking about what makes her music different from the others performing at the concert, Zoë says she’s not trying to highlight any contrasts with the other artists.

“I don’t think I’m seeking out any differences with the artists I will be sharing with as there are some beautiful threads that bound us together.

“With that being said, I am Zoë Modiga, intokazi yaseMgungundlovu, mzukulu kaMaKhumalo, uNomthandazo and there’s only one of me, this also runs through my veins and by extension my music,” said Zoë.

Tailored moments for fans to experience

When discussing what fans can gain from the concert, Zoë expresses her desire for them to come and enjoy the specially crafted moments created just for them.

“I’d like them to come and experience moments that are tailored to them and experience what spirit has designed for them,” concluded Zoë.

Tickets for the upcoming off-white concert are available and priced from R300.00 at Computicket.

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