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Local talent set to shine bright at the Cape Town Folk ‘n Acoustic Music Festival

2014-07-18 06:00
Cape Town – This exhibition of some of South Africa’s finest creative minds is in its 6th year and promises to bring out all the stops to wow the crowds with collaborations that will leave them gobsmacked.

Expect stripped down songs that cross genres and offer an intoxicating musical cocktail from over 24 acts on Saturday, 30 August 2014 at the Baxter Theatre, Concert Hall.

Line up for collaborations at Cape Town Folk ‘n Acoustic Music Festival 2014:

Vusi Mahlasela / Ard Matthews

Deep South / Errol Dyers  

Reza Khota / Derek Gripper  

Jesse Jordan / Mark Haze  

Louise Day / Tatum

Farryl Purkiss / Digby and the Lullaby  

Wayne Pauli / Nuka  

Blacksmith / Dave Ferguson  

James Grace / Saudiq Khan  

Evelyn Hart / Carla Conradie

More to be confirmed soon...

Your chance to hit the stage and win:

In a joint competition with Cape Town Folk ‘n Acoustic Music Festival, Music Experience is giving one lucky muso the chance to win an Alvarez guitar AND open the festival at the Baxter. For more information go to their Facebook page or email Werner at .

Tickets for Cape Town World Music Festival 2014:
Tickets are between R165 - R185 and available at Computicket:

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