This month we’re teaming up with Windhoek, Tanqueray & Strongbow and going green to celebrate two of the most exciting days in the international event calendar! International Day of Forests, 21st March & Earth Hour, 24th of March.

Date: 24 March 2018

Time: 11h00 – 20h00

Venue: 012Central, 381 Helen Joseph Street, Pretoria


In 2012, the United Nations​ proclaimed 21 March the International Day of Forests – a day which will celebrate and raise awareness of the importance of all types of forests by encouraging people to undertake local, national and international efforts to organize activities involving forests and trees!

Earth Hour is an annual worldwide movement organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to encourage individuals, communities, and businesses to turn off non-essential electric lights for one hour, from 8:30 to 9:30 pm on 24 March as a symbol of commitment to the planet. The movement started as a lights-off event in Sydney, Australia, in 2007, and since then, has grown to engage more than 7,000 cities and towns across 187 countries and territories!

Join us as we put our green foot forward and bring the importance of nature back to the city!


11h00 Surprise Busking Artist

12h00 Phila Mpofu.

Phila is a South African song-writer, currently living in Johannesburg. Phila has been described as a story teller as a lyricist with fresh international sound. He produces his own tracks and as an up and coming artist, Phila has won hearts of those he has shared his music with as he grows his following with gigs

13h00 Bianca Blanc

Bianca is a talented and hardworking young, emerging singer/songwriter/guitarist from Centurion, Gauteng, with an amazing voice and a passion for music. The past year she has been the guest artist for Mathys Roets, Elvis Blue, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Monark, Jesse Clegg and Matthew Mole among others and she performed in various productions alongside artists such as Little Sister, Philip Moolman, Burgerd Botha, Rouel Beukes, Ghapi, Franna Benade, Die Kat se Snor and the comedian Schalk Bezuidenhout, to name but a few.

14h00 Lynol Brown

Lynol is based in Pretoria born and Zimbabwe. He has been in music industry since when he was 15 years old. He has shared stage with big artist such as Dr Malinga ,Kwesta ,Lira , Busiswa and many more. His music is inspired by Jabu Khanyile, Ringo Mahlingozi, Tracy Chapman ,Oliver Mtukudzi ,Lokua Kanza and Lionel Richie.


AZAH chose their name from the word in twii, which means complete or contentment in one of over forty spoken official languages in Ghana, West Africa. AZAH is also the name of a phenomenally versatile music band from Mamelodi, which is some 20km East of Pretoria. Azah was formed by a brilliant and multi-talented musician, and cultural activist, Given jood Mphago. Azah’s divergent and all-encompassing musical vision uses organic clinical sound but also incorporates various genres such as acid jazz, smooth soul, afro beat, and indigenous afro sound, all in all the music of the Diaspora, including psyched blues, folk and world music to find inter-dimensional expressions.

16h00 The Third Gunman

A performance based on the tales told by legends of a time when rock would blend rock with other genres to form a revolving combination of sounds. Armed with this arsenal of musical styles, they lead the way as one of the heralds in a new era of Roulette Rock.

17h00 Mali Zulu

Mali Zulu is an Acoustic Pop/Folk trio from Pietermaritzburg. We have been together for 2 years as an independent band and close friends. We pride ourselves without talents as we are all self-taught musicians. This makes room for a lot of creativity. We have original songs and we do covers (With a Mali Zulu twist) as well. This has caught a lot of attention and has made the brand grow much quicker.

Market @ the Sheds is set at the trendy multi-space precinct of 012central and is a monthly gathering spot where people from all walks of life can experience the true colours of the capital! Local fashionistas, art lovers, foodies, tourists, trendsetters and socialites of all ages find themselves indulging in delicious street foods and craft cocktails, whilst collectible designer goods spread curiosity, and the smell of hand-made leather adds to the spice of it all!

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