Veteran music ensemble, Ballyhoo, is back at Carnival City on Saturday, 14 March 2015 as part of the festive St Patrick’s Day celebrations. They are set to rock the Carnival City Show Bar with their infectious energy and entertaining array of songs from the 1960s to now.

“We are excited to welcome Ballyhoo back to our stage. It has been a while since their last show here and we look forward to an evening of great music and entertainment, Ballyhoo style,” says Michelle Smith, the Marketing Manager at Carnival City.

The band originated in Ireland but has become a household name in South Africa for their smash hit “Man on the Moon”, which took them to the top of the charts in 1981, and is still going strong. Other songs for which they are still remembered are “Air Incident”, “Rock ‘n Roll Party”, “Mama Microphone”, and “Don’t you Go Walking”, to mention but a few.

Collectively Ballyhoo holds a wealth of experience, which forms the foundation of one of the most dedicated and determined bands around today. Since the band’s emergence in the late 1970s, they have traveled extensively throughout Africa, Europe and Asia, performing for at private and corporate, music festivals and parties.

Ballyhoo will perform at the Show Bar from 21h00. Entrance is R50 per person and this includes a complimentary welcome drink.