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Cool as Folk Jozi: All you need to know

2013-05-27 08:39
This year the annual Cool as Folk tree-fundraiser concert will be headlined by no other than Jeremy Loops; hot off the heels of his international tour and recent winner of a 2013 MK award for Best Solo Act in South Africa.

The event will kick-off on Friday May 31 and is hosted by Greenpop, a social enterprise committed to sustainable living.

The concert hopes to raise money for Greenpop’s Trees for Zambia Eco-education and Reforestation Conference of Action event which is happening from 7-28 July this year in Livingstone, Zambia.

Read more about the organisation and the work that they do here.

The night will play host to an awesome line up of bands and DJ’s including:

-    Jeremy Loops & Co.

-    Tidal Waves

-    Flint, Meet Spark

-    Shaun Jacobs
-    BlackLight Panda

-    Jed James

-    Naming James

-    Sub-Urban Roots

-    FistFight

-    Tribute Mboweni

All of this will take place at Pineslopes Shopping Centre, opposite Billy the Bums on the corner of Witkoppen and Straight in Fourways, Johannesburg.

Tickets cost R50 before the day or R80 at the door and can be purchased from NuTickets or Quicket.

Alternatively, you can add a tree to your ticket (Greenpop will plant it on your behalf in Zambia)

Check out hashtags #CoolAsFolk and #TreesforZambia and @GreenpopSA or the Facebook event for more info regarding the event

Watch Jeremy Loops perform:

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