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2015-08-05 18:00

Cape Town - Camphill Village West Coast will be hosting their second annual music festival on 31 October.

The event will start at 13:00 and run until 19:00. The line-up includes popular South African artists Beatenberg, Just Jinjer, Ottoman Slap, Bootleggers and Swallowers of Time.


The festival will be an outdoor concert, with a variety of great food and wine stalls.

James Sleigh, managing director at Camphill Village West Coast says that they are excited to have Just Jinjer and Beatenberg as the headliners of this year's festival.


Beatenberg won a total of 7 SAMAS in 2015 including Best Album. Just Jinjer also needs no introduction. They are South African Music legends.

Sleigh says that with names like these on the line-up, Camphill Village Music Festival will hopefully grow to be a highlight on the Music festival calendar in the Western Cape. Add to that Ottoman Slap's exotic flair, Bootleggers' musical mojo and Swallowers of Time's blues-rock vibes, the Camphill Village Music Festival 2015 is set to be an unforgettable experience.


More about Camphill Village West Coast: Camphill has provided a unique inclusive approach to life for intellectually disabled adults, for over 50 years, involving them in the activities of a thriving community. Residents live and work at Camphill. They live in group homes, run by a group home leader, and work in one of the various enterprises on the premises. The enterprises consist of a dairy, a bakery, a cosmetics workshop and a working farm.

Produce from the enterprises are sold to many shops and outlets in Cape Town. The revenue generated from these sales, helps to sustain the organisation. The music festival is a fundraising event to further support the Camphill Village West Coast community.

Tickets cost R200 at webtickets.

(Free entrance for children under 4 years and R100 for children under 13)

Directions to the venue are on the contact page of the Camphill website.

Visit them on their Facebook page and follow them on Twitter.

For more information, people can contact Janine on 021 571 8600 or visit the Camphill website.

Watch the 2014 festival below:

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