The Virtual National Arts Festival has announced that the feast of arts content created in the eleven days of the first ever online Festival will still be available till 16 July. This means that new audiences can also still buy tickets and passes and get to enjoy the country’s biggest and most diverse arts offering, along with a growing and expanding vFringe, which will be continuing until 31 July.

Some of the unmissable shows include the works of the Standard Bank Young Artists; Jefferson Tshabalala, Lulu Mlangeni, Sisonke Xonti, Nthato Mokgata and Blessing Ngobeni. Audiences have also flocked to SWAN SONG; a collaboration between Buhle Ngaba and Nicola Pilkington, PEST CONTROL by Mamela Nyamza and of course, Standard Bank Jazz Festival performances from incredible acts like Thandiswa Mazwai, Mi Casa and Grammy-award winner Jacob Collier. Adam Donen chose the Virtual National Arts Festival for the world premier of his radio play, NIXON IN AGONY, and Featured Artist, MADOSINI is celebrated in an 11 episode documentary series called SONGS ARE LIKE THE GRASS.

Ticket and pass holders can return to the platform at any time until the 16 July to watch on demand shows and audiences can also still buy single tickets and passes for the curated programme up until 16 July. vFringe tickets, which are all single purchases can be bought up until 31 July.

The full festival programme can be found on