Yami, well known as Lady Zamar to her fans, is a female house vocalist, a writer, essayist, and an academic. She started singing at the tender age of six and has been inspired by the likes of music greats such as Tracy Chapman. With two SAMA nominations and a win for Best Dance Album, as well as two infectiously danceable albums, Durban locals are in for a treat this Sunday.
“As our Music in the Lake series draws to a close for 2019, with a showstopper of Lady Zamar, Black Motion and Colours of Sound performing at the Durban Botanic Gardens event this Sunday the 3rd, we are filled with an enormous sense of pride and accomplishment,” says Thobile Tshabalala Head of Brand Old Mutual Limited.
“Our continued motivation to integrate our financial solutions with our customer’s lifestyle and to become a part of their everyday lifestyle choices is starting to become a reality. #TheTimeIsNow to amplify your financial future and make your dreams and the lifestyle you strive to achieve, a reality”
Secure parking is available on the umPhafa field at the Durban Botanic Gardens. Attendees are invited to spend the afternoon picnicking on the beautiful lawns, and are welcome to bring their own food, drink, blankets and camping chairs.
For more information visit www.musicatthelake.co.za