3 gigs that will rock your weekend

2017-01-13 14:09
 

Cape Town – It’s almost the weekend and we’ve got just the stuff to make it even better.

We round up some awesome music events happening this weekend so you can get your live gig fix.

Check them out here:

Lucy Kruger
Catch singer and songwriter Lucy Kruger live at Café Roux in Cape Town on Friday 13 January at 20:30. Lucy Kruger moved to Cape Town in 2013 to record her debut album. Since the release of Cut those Strings in 2013 she has toured the country relentlessly, collaborating with many different artists and playing most of the countries major festivals. She has just returned from her second European tour with Dream Noise Duo, Medicine Boy, made up of herself and her musical partner, Andre Leo. Tickets cost R110. Click here for more info and to book your spot.


Jesse Clegg 
Catch the son of iconic South-African musician Johnny Clegg live at Café Roux in Cape Town on Saturday 14 January at 20:30. Jesse, who spent the first six years of his life on tour with his father, has released six Top 10 singles and toured extensively throughout South Africa. As an official ambassador for the Nelson Mandela 46664 Foundation, Jesse was invited to play at Radio City Music Hall in New York for the annual Mandela Day Concert. He has been nominated for three South African Music Awards. Tickets cost R150. Click here for more info and to book your spot.

Magnum P.I. Party featuring Tidal Waves and Nick Turner
From The Good Luck Bar: "Hells teeth Jozi we missed the shit out of all of you and we cant think of a better way to all show off our holiday bermudas and snorre than a Magnum P.I. party with Tidal Waves and Nick Turner. We will be klapping two for one cocktails between 19:00 and 21:00 and due to us all been broke AF you get to see two of our countries finest acts for only R50. Best dressed person wins a R300 bartab so floral it up hard." Click her for more info. 

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