Ernie Ball String Collective VII
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | May 9, 2018
It is time once again for the ever popular Ernie Ball String Collective. This year marks the seventh installment of this annual event which celebrates and showcases some amazing talent!
The Ernie Ball String Collective
The Ernie Ball String Collective VII has grown from year to year, and is sure to delight music lovers of all ages. The evening will feature six of Cape Towns top artists. Each artist will play 3 songs, in what has been described as a truly eclectic musical evening.
The event will take place on the 11th of May at the Slave Church Museum in Long Street, Cape Town.
Please note, that the venue (The Slave Church Museum) does not allow alcohol to be consumed on the premises. So if you would like to have a drink before the show, you should take a wander to any of the restaurants or bars that Long street has to offer.
Tickets will only set you back R80 if you buy them in advance, or you can get them at the door for R100. For an evening of great music in the Mother City, that is a small price to pay. Especially when you consider the venue.
Tickets are available [here]. It is important to note that tickets will only be available at the door if the event doesn’t sell out in advance. So if you want to ensure that you get to watch the show, it is imperative that you buy your tickets in advance.
Address and Contact Details
40 Long Street
This event is proudly powered by Paul Bothner Music and Ernie Ball strings. For all the up-to-date information regarding this event, be sure to follow the event on Facebook.
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