Lira To Headline At The Lyric Theatre

Lira is the first artist to perform a Bassline Live event this year.

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:49 PM  | Lerato "Lira" Molapo 

Lira has just been named as the first act of the 2020 The Bassline series and we can't wait to watch her live at the Lyric Theatre in Johannesburg! 

This show is allowing guests to get up close and personal with Lira as she takes them through all of their favourite hits from her 6-album-deep catalogue. Of course, there will also be some surprises from the coach and mentor on the reality show The Voice who has recently been exploring career possibilities and recording in The United States of America. 


Lira explained why she's spending more and more time away from home when she said:

"I'm steadily building a career in the US. My ultimate dream is to win a Grammy, and having experienced my first Grammy ceremonies, I feel like the dream is attainable.  I’m writing new music constantly and I’m working with some of California’s best producers. I look forward to sharing some of the new music with SA. People can expect their favourites, with some additions to songs they don’t usually hear. Be prepared to be inspired and to have a wonderful and memorable time!”
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The Singer, songwriter and actress boasts a music career which spans 16 years and includes six studio albums, 3 live DVDs, an autobiography, a 7-part documentary TV series and a full feature movie. She has truly established herself as one of the foremost female artists in South Africa and a formidable presence on the global music scene.

Don’t miss this one-night affair with Lira and her 6 piece band, performing songs from all her albums, including her latest Born Free and sharing with the audience her trials, tribulations and most especially her many celebrations.
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The Bassline Live Series has grown in popularity over the past few years and is host to the cream of the crop artists such as the late Zimbabwean legend Oliver ‘Tuku’ Mtukudzi, Thandiswa Mazwai, The Soil, living legend Tsepo Tshola and Simphiwe Dana’s Annual Congregation. 

Tickets to this intimate evening of music start from R250 and are available via Computicket. 

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