Great Joburg Events in March 2024: Don’t Miss Out!


Once again there are many sensational Joburg events this March. The busy city’s rich sense of culture boasts ample opportunities for fun, excitement, and just a little bit of culture. So get your diaries out and start booking.

From theme park events, via live music and comedy specials, to onstage musical and theatre productions, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Constitution Hill

The Human Rights Festival is on at Constitution Hill

This year marks 28 years of the South African Constitution. On 24 March from 7am to 12am; Constitution Hill will host a symbolic walk to commemorate constitutionalism. The walk, which follows a path around points of significance; encourages participants to demonstrate through carrying messaging or placards; walk and talk; and drumming for constitutionalism. The, We the People walk is a Symbolic 8 and 5 km walk that was launched in 2014; attracting over 4000 people in 2016.

The rest of the festival programme includes live music performances, art walkabout and more.

Cost: Free, reserve your space via Webtickets

When: 21 to 24 March 2024, various time slots
: Constitution Hill, 11 Kotze St, Braamfontein, Johannesburg

Website: | Email: | Tel: 011 381 3100

James Hall Museum

Market, Live Music and Museum visits for the Creative Native Vintage Motor Show & Picnic

As part of International Museum Week, the James Hall Museum of Transport is running the Creative Native Vintage Motor Show and Picnic on Saturday, 23 March. This cultural event is a curated outdoor vintage motor show with private collections, artefacts, and memorabilia in a curated exhibition of both classic and vintage vehicles. 

A vintage craft market, live music entertainment and, to keep up with the theme of the day, vintage food trucks will be selling food and refreshments to visitors. Visitors are welcome to take their picnic blankets, cushions, and chairs along and enjoy the activities of the day in a relaxed environment.

Cost: Free entry, reserve your space via email or Quicket

When: Saturday, 23 March, 10am to 6pm
: Klipriviersberg 106-Ir, Johannesburg South

Website: | Email: | Tel: 011 435 9487

Jimmy Carr performing standup - Joburg Events

Jimmy Carr: Terribly Funny

British comedian, Jimmy Carr, brings his dry humour to South Africa. Jimmy is a household name in UK television, well known for hosting shows including ‘Big Fat Quiz of The Year’, presenting ‘Comedy Central’s Roast Battle UK’, and ‘Your Face or Mine’.

Carr has toured to over 40 different countries. His last tour, ‘Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits’, sold over 480 000 tickets globally with current show, ‘Terribly Funny’, exceeding that figure by the end of 2022.

The tour continues into 2024 with some new shows in South Africa. As Jimmy’s PR takes pains to point out, the show contains jokes about all kinds of “terrible things”. Terrible things that might have affected you or people you know and love. But – as Jimmy says – they’re just jokes, they are not the terrible things. The show is not suitable for under 16s.

Cost: R915 – R1 565pp, book online via Ticketmaster

When: 2 March, 8pm
Where: SunBet Arena Time Square, 209 Aramist Ave, Waterkloof Glen, Pretoria


Switch off for this sound bath experience in Parktown North

Nuru, known for their mindfulness sessions and retreats, is hosting a Sound Bath experience on Thursday evening. This meditation therapy follows the art of mindfully listening to different sounds that help relax the body and mind through different instruments such as chime bells, singing bowls, tuning forks and gongs.

Take a yoga mat, a light throw and a cushion along.

Cost: R295pp, book via Webtickets

When: Thursday, 14 March from 6pm
: Fynn Studio, 235A Jan Smuts Ave, Parktown North, Johannesburg

Promo image of Jeffrey Osbourne

Jeffrey Osborne: You Should Be Mine Tour

International R&B and Soul star, Jeffrey Osborne, performs on a South African stage for the very first time.

Throughout Jeffrey Osborne’s career, he has worked with powerhouses such as Whitney Houston and Dionne Warwick but has managed to make his own stamp in the music world. After five decades in the music industry, having crafted some widely popular ballads of the 70s and 80s, Osborne finally brings his musical tour to the Global South.

Some of his most popular songs, which concertgoers can expect to hear during his set include hits like ‘You Should Be Mine’ (also known as the ‘Woo Woo’ song), ‘On the Wings of Love’ and ‘The Family’. The night promises nostalgia and is perfect for lovers and people with a taste for old-school music.

Cost: R490-R1 490pp (dependent on seating section), book via Ticketpros.

When: 28 March, Doors open at 6pm for 7pm until midnight
SunBet Arena at Time Square Casino, 209 Aramist Ave, Waterkloof Glen, Pretoria

Rand Show

Rand Show: Music, rollercoasters, crafts, and fun for people of all ages to enjoy

The Rand Show returns for its latest instalment with lots more music, rollercoasters, crafts and fun for people of all ages to enjoy. The Rand Show has been a staple annual tradition in South Africa, inviting thousands to celebrate the Easter Weekend together at the show.

The event is great for the entire family, with something for everyone to enjoy. For the kids, there will be a Kids Hall, with its Candy Land theme and exciting activities. The adults can also have their share of fun at the Craft Area, where they can indulge in locally crafted drinks. There are also options to get hearts racing with the Adrenaline Zone.

However, if attendees opt for a more relaxed activity, they can visit the shopping hall and spend on various arts, crafts and more, or enjoy learning about dinosaurs at the Dino Expo.

Cost: Free-R320, book via Ticketpro.

When: 28 March – 1 April, daily from 9am to 7pm
Where: Johannesburg Expo Centre, (NASREC), Corner Nasrec Road & Randshow Road, Johannesburg

Reuben James performing with a microphone and keyboard

Jazz on the Square: A day of music, art and good vibes

Produced by La Funk, Jazz on the Square is a one-day annual live music extravaganza, which promises an exceptional fusion of local South African and international artists.

Audiences will enjoy live music whilst indulging in the picnic vibes the event attempts to curate. Apart from music, the festival grounds are adorned with captivating art installations, beauty exhibits, and fashion displays.

The artist lineup includes soulful performances from a selection of talented local artists, including Zonke, Shekhinah, and Bongeziwe Mabandla to name a few. International act Reuben James (UK) also graces the local stage, along with many more.

Cost: R600pp (General Access Phase 3) | R800pp (Picnic Hamper) | R1 875 – R2 250pp (VIP), book via Ticketmaster

When: 30 Mar, from 11am
Where: The Wanderers Club, Cricket Oval, 47 North St, Illovo, Sandton

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