The Message Trust South Africa are excited to announce that UK-based band Twelve24 will be in South Africa from 28th August – 8th September. They will be performing in schools, prisons, churches and at youth events across Cape Town. All concerts will be free of charge. Twelve24 will perform songs which have become popular around the world. Their music is not only catchy and ‘feel-good’ but is informed by their personal stories and a positive, inspiring message for young people.

The tour also serves as a launch-pad for local group KineticIV who will be the supporting act at all the Twelve24 concerts.

Appearances, performances and concert details will be released soon. Three confirmed concerts are as follows:

  • Friday 4th September: Jubilee Community Church, 21 Nelson Road, Observatory. 7pm.
  • Saturday 5th September: Life Church, 30 Main Road, Sea Point. 7pm.
  • Sunday 6th September: Grace Performing Arts Centre, Parow. 5pm.

For information on the tour please contact:
The Message Trust on 0214473345, or email  

The Message Trust
The Message Trust South Africa was launched in February 2014 and is part of The Message Family, a global movement committed to holistically developing the hardest to reach urban youth.

Our mission and vision is to raise up generations of urban heroes by creating opportunities for tens of thousands of urban teenagers to hear the good news of Jesus in word and demonstrated in action. We do this through the following four programme streams: Prison Ministry, Christ – Centred Enterprise, Community Transformation and Creative Mission.


Hailing from three different continents, the band are as global as their sound. A fusion of feel-good pop, euphoric dance and technical rap, their music transcends borders, sounding as fresh anywhere on the planet as it does in their home town of Manchester, UK.

It’s no wonder that the band has spent the last six years building a loyal fan-base on stages from Manchester schools to arenas around the world. As well as playing every corner of the UK, they have performed in Denmark, Finland, France, Lithuania, Norway, Slovakia, South Africa, Sweden and the United States.  

TWELVE24’s music has scored comparisons to Macklemore (for his deep lyrical content and independence) and Calvin Harris (for his euphoric dance style). But ultimately, the band’s sound is entirely their own. They are fiercely protective of their artistic vision, writing and producing all their tracks themselves, with the help of a close team of studio collaborators.


Following an extensive recruitment process and six months training at the Message Academy in England, KineticIV are The Message South Africa’s first full-time mission band. KineticIV recently released their first EP and are embarking upon a busy schedule of performing in schools around the city. Their vision is to inspire young people to fulfil their God-given potential.


The Message Trust appreciate the support Jubilee Community Church, Life Church and Grace Performing Arts Centre in partnering to bring Twelve24 to South Africa.

CCFM 107.5FM are the broadcast partner for the Twelve24 tour.

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