Northlands Girls’ High School is thrilled to announce that pop singer-songwriter, actor, heart-throb and judge on The Voice, Bobby van Jaarsveld will be performing, for one-day only, at Northlands Girls’ High School on Saturday, 17 September.
Bring along the family, blanket and picnic baskets for what promises to be a fantastic show! Tickets are R250 for Golden Circle and R200 for general entrance. Tickets are limited. Gates open at 2pm (the concert will end at 6pm). Members of the public are requested to mail firstname.lastname@example.org for ticket sales. Please visit Northlands Girls’ High School’s Facebook page for more information and Terms and Conditions.
About Bobby van Jaarsveld
Bobby Van Jaarsveld started his professional singing career in high school when he was offered a recording contract, and he released his first solo album in his final year.He won the award for Best Newcomer at the Huisgenoot Tempo Awards in 2006 after receiving three nominations from the Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees, Vonk (a local music magazine) and Huisgenoot Tempo magazine. As the winner of this category, Van Jaarsveld performed at the Skouspel Extravaganza hosted at Sun City, and continued to do until 2011.
In November 2006, Theuns Jordaan Productions offered Van Jaarsveld a recording contract. His first album, ‘n Duisend Ure, was released later that year and album sales reached gold status.His second album, Net Vir Jou, was released in 2009 by Coleske Artists. Bobby Van Jaarsveld wrote and composed each of the tracks on the album. Album sales reached platinum status within eight weeks, and have since reached double platinum status with sales of 83,000 units.Songs from the album include Spieëltjie and Net Vir Jou.
In January 2010, Van Jaarsveld was awarded the Viewers’ Favourite Artist award for 2009 on DKNT, a local music program on DStv. That same year, “Spieëltjie”, a song from his second album, won Best Afrikaans Song at both the Huisgenot Tempo and Vonk Awards. He went on to release two more albums, “Wat Geld Nie Kan Koop Nie” and “Maak ‘n Wens” in 2012 and 2014, respectively.