Are you ready to be blowed away with smashing psychedelic tunes?
Under The African Sky will keep you dancing and grooving to epic beats in the heart of the Durbanville Wine Valley, Hillcrest.
The Quarry, has been the home to Under the African Sky before and it will be again. So psychedelic lovers the chapter continues for another smashing festival.
Head down to Hillcrest Quarry in Durbanville for a high-quality outdoor production featuring a full-power line-up of Cape Town’s best artists, on Saturday, 3 September 2022.
For the first time ever, Under The African Sky has paired live acts Glitch (Dash Hawkins) and Priest (Rameez Reagon) together for a special versus set. These two have been producing some of the freshest tunes in the country, pushing new boundaries of psychedelic music.
Once again, dance floor bangers can catch one of the most well-known psytrance and psytech producer from Southern Africa, Headroom who has performed on a global scale for more than two decades.
After exactly 5 years, Tall Tales will also perform and add a killer performance to the jam packed lineup. Another veteran of the scene, DJ Mark will be delivering a psychedelic journey of natural progression, big bass lines, massive drops and melodic tunes.
While dancing to ten of the best local psychedelic artists, tuck into something tasty at the food trucks with a variety of food offerings. Wash it down with a beer or cider available at the the fully stocked bar.
With an African themed stage, the stage will bring the everything to life with its roaring stage design. Are you getting excited yet?
- Tall Tales
- Miles From Mars
- Glitch vs Priest
- DJ Mark
This jam packed line-up will keep you dancing non-stop. It’s an epic 12hour party that you and your friends simply cannot miss. So get your friends together and get grooving to massive drops of psychedelic tunes all day.
- Venue : Hillcrest Estate, Tygerberg Valley Road, Durbanville
- Date: Saturday, 3 September 2022
- Time: 2pm-2am
- Cost: Tickets are on sale on Quicket for R375
Picture: Under The African Sky II / Facebook