4 gigs that will warm up your weekend

2016-06-03 15:00

Cape Town – It looks like it’s going to be a cold weekend!

So why not warm up your body and soul with some lekker live music.

Check out these gigs you can’t miss this weekend:

Crimson House
Come listen to some blues on Saturday at Cafe Roux in Noordhoek. Crimson House is grassroots, soul lifting, foot-stomping, heart moving audio candy, built on a brotherhood that will outlive the timelessness of music they create. Tickets cost R100 and dinner is from 19:00 with the show starting at 20:30. Click here to book your spot.

Ministry of Sound featuring Eton Messy
On Friday Shimmy Beach Club plays host to one of the world’s most iconic dance music brands, Ministry Of Sound. The famed party will head to Cape Town’s premier lifestyle venue and club for one night only, pulling out all the stops to create a partygoer’s paradise. For more info and to book your ticket, click here. To book a VIP table, simply e-mail tickets@shimmybeachclub.co.za or call 021 200 7778.

Springbok Nude Girls
Formed in the winemaking town of Stellenbosch, South Africa, the Nude Girls burst onto the indie music scene in the late-90’s championing an eclectic approach to rock music that instantly struck a chord with the University crowd around their hometown. Frontman Arno Carstens and his band need no introduction, so get your butt over to Assembly on Saturday. Show starts at 21:00 and tickets cost R80-R100. Click here to book your spot.

Tears for Animals
An all-female line-up for this lunch time show at The Good Luck Bar is all you need this Sunday. The line up includes Andra Cilliers who is already a legend in the music scene, Adelle Nqeto, a powerful African female songwriter and performer; Tuin, who never leaves an audience disappointed and Natalie Poppy who is as well known for her hustling in the local industry as her performances. Tickets cost R80 at the door and R60 presales. Click here for more info and to book your spot.

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