It’s Freedom Day on Monday, which means celebrating 21 years of democracy in South Africa (and that we get another long weekend – bonus!). We suggest adding some music to this celebratory spirit at one of these events… After all, you have the time.
The Rudimentals at Cape Farmhouse
Join The Rudimentals for some afternoon fun, as this nine-piece band takes the stage to show you a good time. The supporting acts, VooDoo and Ryan Kidwell, are bound to get your feet tapping too.
Where Cape Farmhouse, Redhill
When Saturday 25 April 2015 3–7 pm
Cost R100 (adults), R50 (students), R20 (kids under 12) at Quicket
Contact therudimentals.co.za, [email protected], The Rudimentals Live at Cape Farmhouse Facebook page
Private Life Presents Mr Ties
If you’re looking to let the good times roll on the streets of Cape Town’s CBD, then be sure to check out The Waiting Room this Saturday.
Mr Ties, known for his role in the world-famous Berlin party called Homopatik, will be joined by Julz Sanchez and Pierre-Estienne to keep you moving all night.
Where The Waiting Room, Long Street, CBD
When Saturday 25 April 2015 from 9 pm
Contact Private Life presents Mr Ties Facebook page
Big Blues Meets Rock Fest
If you like a bit of rock with your smooth blues, then get ready for a music mash up like no other!
The Big Blues meets Rock festival will see a collision of the two musical genres, with South African favourites Van Coke Kartel, Boulevard Blues and the Mojo, and The Black Cat Bones joining 11 other bands on stage.
The cherry on the top? Festivalgoers stand the chance to win a massive lucky-draw prize worth more than R17 000!
We House Sundays [Freedom Day Celebration]
We House Sundays is a collaborative bi-monthly event showcasing a mixed bag of food, music and dance.
A truly South African celebration, the upcoming event commemorates Freedom Day and features local performers Leighton Moody, Floyd Lavine, Cassiem Latief, and others.
Where 3 Industry Sreet, Paarden Eilend
When Sunday 26 April 2015 from 1 pm
Cost Free Entry
Contact We House Sunday Facebook page
A dancefloor on an island – how cool is that?
The weekend-long Jungala Festival has been attracting thousands to its dance floors. The beautiful scenery of the Berg River combined with top psy-trance musical acts and safe camping make for an unforgettable festival experience.
Photography Courtesy, ArtsComments