Karen Zoid celebrates her birthday with a special live stream rock show on KKNK Mothership Sessions which launched last night and is still available to view till next Sunday 16 August 2020.

Karen Zoid is known as one of South Africa’s most popular and influential artists. Queen of rock, presenter and producer of the popular kykNET programme, Republiek van Zoid Afrika, and also well-known for her seat as a judge and mentor in the first two seasons of The Voice on M-Net – Zoid is loved and admired by many fans across the nation.

Mothership Studios recently accommodated recordings of the Cape Town Opera and Cape Town City Ballet Company; hosted a second Johnny Clegg Tribute; and are proud to be part of the KKNK Mothership Sessions.

Over the past four months Mothership Studios have been supporting a local soup kitchen in Philadelphia, that feeds over 200 people a week. This was made possible by Karen Zoid and her Art in the time of Corona Auctions. Mothership now supply three hot meals a week and will do so until December 2020.

The launch of Mothershebeen was unfortunately postponed due to the alcohol restrictions, but watch this space …

Do not miss this exceptional concert offering. Get your tickets at WEBTICKETS. The show will be available to stream from Monday August 10th 20:00 until Sunday August 16th at midnight.

HOW TO WATCH THE PERFORMANCE: (Two easy steps!)

1. Buy a ticket, exactly as you would buy a ticket for a regular concert, at WEBTICKETS. (You need to create a profile and fill in your contact details).

2. On the night of the show, switch back to WEBTICKETS, go to My Account, and then click on My Tickets. There will be a link that goes live at 20:00. Then click on the link – the player will open automatically, and you can watch the show.

As easy as that.

More information, and the full program for the KKNK Mothership Sessions music series is available at: http://www.kknk.co.za/kknk-mothership-sessions/

You can also donate to the TRIBUO Fund while purchasing tickets. This relief fund was set up to support those involved in the performing arts during the Covid-19 pandemic. More information is available at https://www.kknk.co.za/