Freshlyground and Valiant Swart set to rock the Camphill Village Music Festival on Heritage Day

2014-09-18 23:00

Cape Town - To celebrate their 50th birthday, Camphill Village will be hosting a music festival on Heritage Day.

The event will start at 13:00 and run until 18:30 on Wednesday, 24 September with a line-up that includes Freshlyground, Valiant Swart, No Pressure, Bootleggers, Ras Kerry’s Cheety and Greg Kentgens. Some talented artists that are part of an empowerment programme facilitated by Vision Records in Atlantis, namely SillyBoi, Tasha, Che-V and CeeJ, will also be joining the line-up.

Camphill Village West-Coast is a dynamic community working with intellectually challenged adults. It was established in 1964 to provide a unique inclusive approach to life for intellectually challenged adults, offering them purpose and dignity.

The festival will be an outdoor picnic-type concert, with food and drink stalls. Gates open at 10:00 and the Camphill Country market will happen from 11:00 onwards. Festival goers can get some delicious food and wine for their picnic at the market.


Presales - R100 from Quicket
At the gate - R130
(Free entrance for children 3 years and under.)

Get directions to the venue here.

For more information contact Janine on 021 571 8600 or visit

*One lucky Channel24 reader can win 1 double ticket to the festival as well as a bottle of La Brie Merlot red wine! All you have to do to win is follow us on Twitter and tweet us with the hashtag - #CamphillChannel24. Winners will be chosen and notified by 14:00 on Friday, 19 September.

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