Cape Town - It’s almost the weekend and if you don’t have any plans yet, then look no further!
We went in search of six awesome music events that will make your weekend even sweeter.
Check them out here:
International acts Jasmine Thompson (UK), FlicFlac (Austria) and James Hersey (Austria) will be headlining Parklife Festival in Johannesburg on Saturday 16 April. The event will be taking place at Marks Park, Emmarantia and will also feature local acts such as Jeremy Loops, GoodLuck, Desmond & The Tutus, Al Bairre, Majozi, Monark, Tresor, Mi Casa and Just Jinjer. Click here for more info and to book your spot.
This event at Shimmy Beach Club in Cape Town on Sunday 17 April will also feature international acts Jasmine Thompson (UK), FlicFlac (Austria) and James Hersey (Austria). They will be joined by local acts Pop Art Live, Jet Treger, Thank Me Later, Gareth Kenward and Blanka Mazimela. The party starts at 15:00. Click here for more info and to get your tickets.
The Friday Night Feast: Our First Birthday
This night-time celebration of delicious food, inspiring sounds and quality local design in Woodstock has been put together to celebrate Cape Town’s incredible creative culture while giving everyone a beautiful space to unwind and connect. Catch live music by Sean Koch Trio, The Rivertones and Los Tacos. Click here for more info and to get your ticket.
Jack ParowJoin Jack Parow in Nelspruit at Jock Pub & Grill as he films parts of his new TV series, Dis Hoe Ons Rol. The show follows Jack as he tours across South Africa on his Harley Davidson. Tickets cost R50 for the show. Click here for more information.
Jack Stone is a self-taught singer and songwriter who plays various instruments including the guitar, piano and bass amongst others, while being a qualified Sound Engineer and producer. Catch him live at Cafe Roux in Noordhoek on Saturday. Tickets cost R100 and are available here.
Euro SafariShortstraw, Al Bairre & December Streets will be making their way to Arcade Empire in Pretoria on Friday to raise funds for their European Tour. The Simpaticos will be starting off main stage with some fun party vibes. Click here for more info and to get your tickets.
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