Rock Your Mojo this Heritage Day at the Hillcrest Quarry
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | September 7, 2017
If you’re looking for an awesome way to spend Heritage Day this year, then you should come down to Rock Your Mojo at the Hillcrest Quarry.
For only R99 you can spend a whole day watching some of the top Blues and rock acts from the Cape. That’s right, it’s time to Rock Your Mojo.
With a massive 2000 watt sound system, the Quarry is one of the best outdoor music venues around. Some of the top artists in the country have played at the Quarry and all rave about the sound quality.
Where: Hillcrest Quarry
Hillcrest Estate, Tygerberg Valley Road, Durbanville
When: Sunday 24 September 2017
Time: 14H30 till 22H00
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This event, like most events at the Quarry, is a family friendly event. That’s right, even granny can come and Rock Your Mojo. So bring the kids, pack in some picnic chairs and spend a day in the sun watching some great music.
Original Music and Some Homage
The format of this event will be slightly different from what one might expect. The bands will play not only their own music but will each be playing a few covers as well.
That means that you can expect to hear songs from artists ranging from BB King to Joe Satriani. Additionally, you will be treated to some Deep Purple, John Lee Hooker, Nirvana & much more!
Rock Your Mojo Line Up
Fourteen of the best-loved Blues and Rock bands from the Cape will be taking to the stage. The first band will start playing at 14H30, but if you want to get in the front row it’s best if you arrive early.
HAWK (Up & Coming New Band)
Dean ‘Satriani’ Jarvis
Lance ‘ACDC’ Jackson
Nhoza ‘Beth Hart’ Sitsholwana
Wayne ‘Hendrix’ Pauli
Morne Two Keys & Madmouth Mike
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