Concerts in the Park
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | January 7, 2018
It’s coming into December and your budget is tight. Does that mean you need to stay home and count your change? Not anymore! The Concerts in the Park series are all completely free!
Concerts in the Park
Pack a picnic basket and a blanket and come down for some great free shows. Summer in Cape Town is the perfect time of year to be outside. And what better way to celebrate this weather than spending time, listening to great music in some of Cape Towns most historic parks?
The shows take place at the De Waal park.
Some of the biggest names in the South African music industry will be playing at the Concerts in the Park series. Names like Jimmy Nevis, The Rudimentals, and Freshly Ground.
Best of all, these shows are family friendly. And the extends to your 4 legged family members. So bring the kids and the dogs, bring some snacks and something to drink and enjoy the best free shows you’ll every see.
Entry to the concerts in the park series is completely free. If you would like to get a premium seat, however, you need to arrive early.
Line Up and Venue
17 December 2017: Jimmy Nevis
21 January 2018: The Rudimentals
25 February 2018: Mi Casa & The Gugulethu
05 March 2018: F@k*fPolisiekar & Mr.Cat & the Jackals
18 March 2018: Freshly Ground
8 April 2018: Prime Circle & Crimson House & Mark Haze
In addition to the artists listed above, there will also be performances on the 4th and 18th of February 2018. The acts for those dates have not yet been confirmed, so if you want to keep up to date, be sure to check out the Concerts in the Park Website.
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