We are jumping the gun and having a #Shisa&Brew #Freedom Food and Beer festival on the 21st of April! Come taste the best of local foodies, indulge in SA’s finest Brews, fall in love with the home grown sounds ofRubber Duc and African Footprints as we relish in the delights of our colourful nation!
Windhoek Beer & Strongbow will be there to commemorate and enjoy the festivities of the most celebratory day in the event calendar!
Guests can expect an explosion of traditional jazz, rock and contemporary African rhythms, as our extensive live entertainment program offer a variety of South Africa’s most talented and nationally acclaimed performers!
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10h30 Dominique Tarr
11h30 Ncuthu The fame
Uncuthu The Firm is an Umguyo music group composed of four gentlemen who specialise in Afro Pop and Afro Soul, performed in Acapella. The diverse group is highly influenced by Isixhosa; and hope to represent the possibilities a multi-cultural nation.
12h30 The Mshengu Project.
The Mshengu Project is a Jazz Music project founded by Lally Tshabalala in 2013.His music is inspired by several life events he has experienced, including the love for his daughter and family. Songs like “ Siyamthanda’s Blues” and “ Ingoma kaMama” are inspired by a project the way he feels about the birth of his daughter and his upbringing – it is magical combination of rhythm and sincerity.
13h30 Shade Music
A singer, songwriter, poet, and storyteller, SHADE, born Ntokozo Mahlangu, blends music and literature, creating an urban contemporary sound which he describes as unconventional afro neo-soul. Hailing from KwaNdebele, a colourful village in the Mpumalanga province, SHADE returns to his love for music as he dazzling music lovers with Pretoria’s second hottest events “Poetry & Song Sessions”, Arts & Culture Hour with Thabo Mdluli on Power FM, The Rhythmic Roundtrip on Tshwane FM, Touching Base on VOW FM and Africa United Fashion Week and Swedish Embassy Culture Day.
This Multi-faceted, culturally diverse Afro / Country-Funk Jam Band takes their influences from all over Africa, jamming to complex arrangements with simplistic melodies that draws the crowd into a powerful experience, rather than watching a traditional performance. Influences include: Dave Matthews Band, Desmond & The Tutus, Mango Groove, Dr Victor & The Rasta Rebels, Vusi Mahlasela, Phish, Cat Empire, Snarky Puppy, The Grateful Dead and Nomadic Orchestra.
15h30 Mshengu Project
16h30 Rubber Duc (Headlining Act)
Since hatching in late 2013, Rubber Duc has taken the South African music scene by storm, and somewhat by surprise! Their very first single, “Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That” hit the charts at full flight and peaked at the number 2 spot on 5FM and East Coast Radio and made the top 10 on several other radio stations.
Starting out as a trio consisting of Nick Jordaan, Brendan Campbell and Sheldon Sham, the DUCs have grown not only in reputation, but also in size! Amiel Gopal has just joined the band, adding spice to their already quirky and unique sound, which they describe as “folk-swing-hop”.
They’ve gathered a fine flock of followers and a ‘duckload’ of attention. And rightfully so: their sound is fun and authentic, with cheerful, catchy melodies and clever lyrics that stick in your mind… and make you want to dance. In addition to performing original material, they do a mean job of “ducking up” covers with such playful passion and sincere joy it’s simply impossible not to like them!
18h00 Another Headlining Act – African Footprints (A MARKET FAVORITE THAT CANNOT BE MISSED!)
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