Feb
21
Wed
Gangs of Ballet
Feb 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Gangs of Ballet

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Times SAMA nominated and MTV Award winning band Gangs of Ballet will be joining us for 2 special nights on the 9 & 11th November.

Gangs of Ballet – band from Durban comprising of 3 musicians and friends, which music boasts a winning combination of their vibrant energy and a host of musically intriguing melodies, cannot be pinned down to any specific genre but rather experiments with an eclectic mix of alternative, melodic, electronic and dance. In any context, Gangs of Ballet’s audiences are encouraged to experience the band’s music in ways that are dually intuitive and physical as their music seeks to stimulate the musically-minded while also providing those merely seeking a good time with a good reason to dance.

The first single from the EP, entitled Always, reached #3 on 5FM and #9 on KFM and 947. In January 2016, the band released a second single from the EP, I Can Hear You, which peaked at nr. 2 on the 5FM Top 40.

March 2016 , Gangs of Ballet supported Of Monsters and Men on their South African Tour and currently working on Part 2 of their Form and Function album.

***Please note that dinner is available from 7pm & show starts at 8:30pm

Feb
22
Thu
Gangs of Ballet
Feb 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Gangs of Ballet

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Times SAMA nominated and MTV Award winning band Gangs of Ballet will be joining us for 2 special nights on the 9 & 11th November.

Gangs of Ballet – band from Durban comprising of 3 musicians and friends, which music boasts a winning combination of their vibrant energy and a host of musically intriguing melodies, cannot be pinned down to any specific genre but rather experiments with an eclectic mix of alternative, melodic, electronic and dance. In any context, Gangs of Ballet’s audiences are encouraged to experience the band’s music in ways that are dually intuitive and physical as their music seeks to stimulate the musically-minded while also providing those merely seeking a good time with a good reason to dance.

The first single from the EP, entitled Always, reached #3 on 5FM and #9 on KFM and 947. In January 2016, the band released a second single from the EP, I Can Hear You, which peaked at nr. 2 on the 5FM Top 40.

March 2016 , Gangs of Ballet supported Of Monsters and Men on their South African Tour and currently working on Part 2 of their Form and Function album.

***Please note that dinner is available from 7pm & show starts at 8:30pm

Feb
23
Fri
3 Tons of Fun
Feb 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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3 Tons of Fun has emerged over the last 8 years as one of SA’s most loved all-female group. Based in Cape Town, they are in great demand amongst the corporate circuit in South Africa and overseas.

In 2013 they released their first album ‘ Larger than life’ which has a collection of old favourites as well as three original songs written by Saxy Sthe herself.

This is a one of a kind must see show! Join us on the 8th September for a spectacular night in Noordhoek.

PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW TO START AT 8.30PM

Feb
24
Sat
The Parlotones – DAY TIME OUTDOOR SHOW
Feb 24 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

sold out

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The Parlotones are Kahn Morbee, Neil Pauw and brothers Glen and Paul Hodgson. They formed over 10 years ago and achieved massive success in their home country of South Africa, as well as success in various international markets.

They released their first album Episoda in 2003 and have since released five more studio albums: radiocontrolledrobot(2005), A World Next Door to Yours (2007), Stardust Galaxies (2009), Journey Through the Shadows (2012) and Stand Like Giants (2013). They have also released two live albums, Unplugged (2008) and Live Design (2010). In 2015 the band released Antiques & Artefacts, their first independently released album.

The band has toured internationally since 2007; regulary visiting the UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and North America, as well as shows in South America, Canada, Australia, Japan and Russia. They have also toured with Coldplay, Starsailor, Ash, The Wombats, Snow Patrol and Blue October.

We’re so excited to see them LIVE in Noordhoek on the 24th February! What a treat! Get booking folks!

Two ticket types available:

Grass tickets R150 – to be seated on the grass area of The Farm Village. Bring your own blankets.

No cooler boxes allowed. There will be a mobile burger stand & bar on the grass.

cafe Roux menu also available.

Seated table tickets within cafe Roux, under the bedouin tent – R250. Full menu available.

Kids under the age of 12 enter for free and are expected to “roam free” – they do not get allocated table seats.

Weather – if it rains, those booked on the grass will not have cover.

Those booked at seated tables will be under the big bedouin tent.

Times – arrive from 3:30pm. Music to start at approx. 4:30pm. Finished by 6pm.

****THE PARLOTONES is an AFTERNOON SHOW. Not an evening show

Feb
28
Wed
Ernestine Deane with Rayelle Goodman
Feb 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Ernestine Deane, photo by Gregory Franz - DSC_6813

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Ernestine Deane incorporates jazz, soul, goema, funk & hip-hop into music that has a distinctly Cape identity, as well as a worldliness that transcends borders and genres.  An urban African voice sharing ancient African stories, she is known for her distinctive and incredibly powerful  emotive vocals, laid over chilled, uplifting grooves.
Her homecoming to SA, after some years spent living and performing in Europe, has seen her welcomed with open arms by her fans here, with sold out concerts at Cafe Roux, Cape Town Fringe and the iStudios Lapa.  Ernestine is a mesmerizing live act and has performed at festivals including the Haarlem Jazz festival, Oppikoppi, Womad, Pukkelpop, Rocking the Daisies the & Cape Town International Jazz Festival.

Ernestine is now working with an all woman band on her new material, with her latest single, Flow, produced by Gabi le Roux (known for his work with Mandoza and other top SA artists), due for release in late 2017.   The band includes: Terryl Bell on drums, Tiana Marwanqana on bass, Nobuhle Mazinyane on keys, Rayelle Goodman on violin and Ernestine Deane on vocals.

“Ernestine Deane is a Capetonian musical institution in and of herself. A remarkable talent and respected peer of mine since the 1990s when we recognized the need for intentional industry creation interventions in the interest of inclusive nation and culture building in the democratic South African era. I am today, more than two decades later, still in awe of her and her work. She has an uniquely dexterous voice, massive range not only in pitch but also projection, style, texture, phrasing and the capacity to emote and take audiences with her. And she is an exceptionally skilled improviser – perhaps the most exciting part of any artist’s creative capacity as I see it. I love working with her. She touches me deeply, every time.”

– Adrian Brand, Springbok Nude Girls

LINKS: 

Latest single – Flow:
**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM
Mar
1
Thu
MEL BOTES PRESENTS POETS, WINE & SONG
Mar 1 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Mel - Pic taken by Francois Theron 2

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A celebration of the poets, their songs and of course paired with wine!  Featuring master guitarist and songwriter, Mel Botes.

Take a trip down memory lane as Mel performs a variety of old classic songs by some of his favourite poets. Be swept away by a selection of Mel’s original music from his albums “David’s Confession”, “Flight of Bird”, plus the new “River Symphony” – A symphony in progress.

A seasoned raconteur – Mel relates how words became songs and why these songs made such an extraordinary impact on him personally and on the music-listening community at large.  The music of icons such as Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens, Neil Young, Mark Knopfler, David Gilmour, Roger Waters and Rodriguez will be interpreted through the eyes, mind and voice of Mel Botes.

Opening the stage for this sit-down show is Tanja Storm. With her soulful, sophisticated style, Tanja captivates any audience.  You are sure to be in for an entertaining, yet profound, artistic experience!

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

Mar
2
Fri
Legoloop
Mar 2 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Combine an eclectic fusion of electronic, jazz and house with some edgy tribal sounds, add a few quirky toys and a looping machine – and you’ve LegoLoop.

This Italian Inditronica duo – Francesca Krnjak and Riccardo Moretti – are pushing the boundaries of the avant guarde muso-artiste! This is an act that simply must be seen, LIVE. Franscesca’s otherworldly sensuality and syrupy voice combined with Riccardo’s high energy percussion and mixing, make them a potent duo of performance, poetry and passion.

LegoLoop is a tour-de-force on the music scene. Bold, imaginative and quirky – these are performers of the highest order. Step onto their musical carpet ride and you’ll be transported to a world of new sights and sounds.

Listen to this –>ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPRCRMOI8AQ

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

Mar
3
Sat
Stuart Taylor – Funny you should say that!
Mar 3 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Fresh from making his first feature film début in the South African comedy drama, Finders Keepers, earlier in August this year, 2018 sees comedian Stuart Taylor returning to the stage with his hilarious new offering, Funny You Should Say That.

Comedy fans are in for a massive treat as the Grassy Park-born Taylor prepares to showcase his latest solo stage offering – his first comedy show in three years.

“It’s been a while since I’ve done a one-man show. So I’m really excited about doing a full hour of brand new material” he says.

Taylor is a perennial Cape Town favourite and his new show promises more of his hit-the-nail-on-the-head comic musings that will have you laughing out loud.

Adds Taylor: “Developing the material in the comedy clubs over the past few months has been a blast for me. I turned 40 recently, so I guess this show is my version of a ‘mid-life crisis’! I find that my tolerance for BS has gone down with age, so this show is about me being uncensored, saying what I want to say, and hoping y’all find my comic musing hilarious.”

Funny You Should Say That is directed by the multi-talented award-winning theatre director and comic, Rob van Vuuren – and promises to deliver all the laughs and punchlines to get your 2018 in a great mood.

Follow Stuart on Twitter: (@TheStuartTaylor) or like his Facebook page (Stuart Taylor) for up-to-date info.

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

 

Mar
7
Wed
Majozi
Mar 7 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

majozia

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Over the past years, Majozi has been steadily climbing the South African music ladder, getting the opportunity to open for Matthew Mole, Gangs of Ballet, Zebra and Giraffe and international artist, Yoav. His most recent achievements include opening for Mango Groove at Durban Botanical Gardens, playing at Oppi Koppi Music Festival and White Mountain Music Festival as well as playing on the main stage at the Mr Price Pro Concert. Now signed by Universal Music SA, Majozi is taking the music industry by storm!

‘I am fully amazed by the love and grace of God, and thank him full heartedly for giving me the abilities to do what I do. Love any guitar driven music. Blues, rock, indie, country, hardcore, or anything that gets bodies moving in a positive way’ – Majozi

Take a listen –> Majozi

Note: Dinner from 6:30/7pm. Show starts at 8:30pm

Mar
8
Thu
Majozi
Mar 8 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

majozia

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Over the past years, Majozi has been steadily climbing the South African music ladder, getting the opportunity to open for Matthew Mole, Gangs of Ballet, Zebra and Giraffe and international artist, Yoav. His most recent achievements include opening for Mango Groove at Durban Botanical Gardens, playing at Oppi Koppi Music Festival and White Mountain Music Festival as well as playing on the main stage at the Mr Price Pro Concert. Now signed by Universal Music SA, Majozi is taking the music industry by storm!

‘I am fully amazed by the love and grace of God, and thank him full heartedly for giving me the abilities to do what I do. Love any guitar driven music. Blues, rock, indie, country, hardcore, or anything that gets bodies moving in a positive way’ – Majozi

Take a listen –> Majozi

Note: Dinner from 6:30/7pm. Show starts at 8:30pm

Mar
9
Fri
Sean Koch
Mar 9 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

sean koch 1

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Sean Koch, originally a trio but now   4 piece band of close friends hailing from Cape Town, South Africa have been creating infectious music since Jan 2016 releasing there first 5track EP Natural Projection shortly after. Since then they have completed two European tours and joined up with there now German family, Budda Publlishing, based in Berlin. They are quickly growing there following abroad and are now moving towards recording there first full length debut album to tour in the European Summer of 2018. With there rootsy acoustic sound they also fuse electronic pieces in the most convenient places whilet not losing the singer-songwriter style of music.

There show caters for all, from the  person at the back wanting to listen to the strong messages they trying to convey of unity, being present and gratitude for everything and everyone around us, or from the people in the front row jumping around to what can be very sing along kind of songs being Good Times Keep Rolling and Flow there two upbeat summer anthems off there EP.

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

Mar
10
Sat
CrossCurrent
Mar 10 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Crosscurrent photographed at Noordhoek Beach, Cape Town by Mark Williams.

Crosscurrent photographed at Noordhoek Beach, Cape Town by Mark Williams.

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CrossCurrent is a four man Indie/ Afro/country band playing toe-tapping, get up and move, original Cape Town music.

Having just won the Cape Town Upstaged Battle of the bands, Crosscurrent is making big waves wherever they go, moving like a rocket to the very top of the Cape Town music scene. Lead singer David Franke will move you with his superb vocals, Paul Botes with his sweet guitar riffs. Â

Milo Hills-Williams will amaze you with his insane yet sensitive drumming and Owen’s trumpet will stir your heartstrings and make you feel. Their incredible ability to reach deep inside their audience and take them on an epic musical journey is well worth the experience.

Influenced by Mumford and Sons, Beatenberg, Of Monsters and Men, to name a few, they have found their own, unique sound. Rooted in Africa, their songs celebrate life in all its shades.Â

Their rhythm makes it impossible to sit still, having wowed audiences and received standing ovations. The generous response from their audience combines with their love of performing and makes for a heady mix.

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

Mar
14
Wed
Nik Rabinowitz – Dry White
Mar 14 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Nik Rabinowitz

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Nik Rabinowitz has recently recovered from his early-onset midlife crisis, just in time for Cape Town to become the world’s first city to run out of water. Run out! Imagine! Running out of milk – sure! Eggs – definitely! But water – what!? At least we’re first at something?

In his new one-man show, Dry White, Nik explores the causes and its ramifications of Cape Town’s water crisis – which if you know anything about Cape Town, you may know are not the same for everyone. He looks at the bigger picture, but also the smaller picture – the details nobody has had time to consider. For example; should we really still be referring to it as The Cape of Storms? Just saying.

It’s important to note however, that Nik is addressing the water crisis because it’s a highly relevant subject at the moment, that he knows his audience wants to hear about. And he’s using it to reel you in, so that he can get into what he really wants to talk about – relationships.

When it comes to relationships with humans, Nik has had many, continues to pursue some, and lose others. Whether it’s his relationship with his very first girlfriend – who ended up being his last girlfriend (as a result of ultimately becoming his wife), or the girlfriends in-between, or his relationship with his children or an aunt or his dogwalker (you heard me) or his late father – it’s all connected to something larger. What is that something?

You’ll have to come to the show to find out. But keep your expectations low when it comes to getting real answers – remember, this is a comedy show, not a therapy session. Then again, from my experience in therapy, I’d say there might be more to gain from a comedy show.

Dry White is at Café Roux in Noordhoek on the 14th, 15th  and 16th of March at 8.45pm. Tickets available on/at:

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

Mar
15
Thu
Nik Rabinowitz – Dry White
Mar 15 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Nik Rabinowitz

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Nik Rabinowitz has recently recovered from his early-onset midlife crisis, just in time for Cape Town to become the world’s first city to run out of water. Run out! Imagine! Running out of milk – sure! Eggs – definitely! But water – what!? At least we’re first at something?

In his new one-man show, Dry White, Nik explores the causes and its ramifications of Cape Town’s water crisis – which if you know anything about Cape Town, you may know are not the same for everyone. He looks at the bigger picture, but also the smaller picture – the details nobody has had time to consider. For example; should we really still be referring to it as The Cape of Storms? Just saying.

It’s important to note however, that Nik is addressing the water crisis because it’s a highly relevant subject at the moment, that he knows his audience wants to hear about. And he’s using it to reel you in, so that he can get into what he really wants to talk about – relationships.

When it comes to relationships with humans, Nik has had many, continues to pursue some, and lose others. Whether it’s his relationship with his very first girlfriend – who ended up being his last girlfriend (as a result of ultimately becoming his wife), or the girlfriends in-between, or his relationship with his children or an aunt or his dogwalker (you heard me) or his late father – it’s all connected to something larger. What is that something?

You’ll have to come to the show to find out. But keep your expectations low when it comes to getting real answers – remember, this is a comedy show, not a therapy session. Then again, from my experience in therapy, I’d say there might be more to gain from a comedy show.

Dry White is at Café Roux in Noordhoek on the 14th, 15th  and 16th of March at 8.45pm. Tickets available on/at:

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

Mar
16
Fri
Nik Rabinowitz – Dry White
Mar 16 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Nik Rabinowitz

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Nik Rabinowitz has recently recovered from his early-onset midlife crisis, just in time for Cape Town to become the world’s first city to run out of water. Run out! Imagine! Running out of milk – sure! Eggs – definitely! But water – what!? At least we’re first at something?

In his new one-man show, Dry White, Nik explores the causes and its ramifications of Cape Town’s water crisis – which if you know anything about Cape Town, you may know are not the same for everyone. He looks at the bigger picture, but also the smaller picture – the details nobody has had time to consider. For example; should we really still be referring to it as The Cape of Storms? Just saying.

It’s important to note however, that Nik is addressing the water crisis because it’s a highly relevant subject at the moment, that he knows his audience wants to hear about. And he’s using it to reel you in, so that he can get into what he really wants to talk about – relationships.

When it comes to relationships with humans, Nik has had many, continues to pursue some, and lose others. Whether it’s his relationship with his very first girlfriend – who ended up being his last girlfriend (as a result of ultimately becoming his wife), or the girlfriends in-between, or his relationship with his children or an aunt or his dogwalker (you heard me) or his late father – it’s all connected to something larger. What is that something?

You’ll have to come to the show to find out. But keep your expectations low when it comes to getting real answers – remember, this is a comedy show, not a therapy session. Then again, from my experience in therapy, I’d say there might be more to gain from a comedy show.

Dry White is at Café Roux in Noordhoek on the 14th, 15th  and 16th of March at 8.45pm. Tickets available on/at:

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

Mar
17
Sat
CLOSED FOR A PRIVATE FUNCTION
Mar 17 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Mar
20
Tue
Creedence Clearwater Revival Tribute
Mar 20 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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CREEDANCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL TRIBUTE: The Story of John Fogerty

Bertie’s in his garage again, this time with Johnny Ray on lead vocals and guitar, James Kibby on vocals and guitar, Mike Dorea on vocals and Bass and Alan Thwaites on Drums. Bertie, the backyard mechanic from Parow is played by Graham Burton. He tells the story of CCR and John Fogerty from his own perspective. From the early years of CCR through to the present, he recalls the events that shaped Fogerty’s life, and his own, with more than 20 hits, such as, ‘Suzie Q’, ‘Hey Tonight’, ‘I Put a Spell on You’, and ‘Bad Moon Rising’ the audience is taken on a humorous and poignant journey through, John Fogerty’s life. To quote Bertie, ‘It’s like the band was right here in my garage!

 

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW TO START AT 8.30PM

Mar
21
Wed
Lonesome Dave
Mar 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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“LONESOME” DAVE FERGUSON is a one-man lo-fi-hi-impact explosion of Trans-Blues & Country-Dub. This solo show uses only harmonica, human beat-box and vocals, recording live loops and then layering and building those loops to construct a song… Although it’s a solo act it’s not your typical singer-song-whiner type show, expect more in your face dance-style grooves served up in a Deep-South style…

“LONESOME DAVE, A ONE-MAN-MUSIC-MAVERICK THAT SENDS YOU INTO A TIMEWARP OF WARM, DEEP SOUTHERN SOUL, BLUES & COUNTRY SOUNDS, MIXED UP WITH A GOOD MEASURE OF FOOTSTOMPING DUB FUNK AND DANCESTYLE GROOVES. RAW, RETRO-FUTURISTIC GENIUS…” – Heartbeat cover story issue 02 2011

“HE MOVES LIKE A MAN POSSESSED BY HIS OWN ART, HE DELIVERS THE WORD HALLELUJAH IN A WAY THAT I’VE NEVER HEARD BEFORE BUT I BELIEVE HIM MORE THAN I BELIEVE ALL OTHERS THAT CAME BEFORE HIM… HE LOOKS THE BUSINESS. HE SOUNDS THE BUSINESS. HE DELIVERS THE BUSINESS. LAST NIGHT I WAS IN THE PRESENCE OF GENIUS. TODAY, YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW, I AM RICHER FOR IT.” – 24.com review of Levi’s Vintage Sundays 2010

“DAVE FERGUSON OPENED FOR EVAN DANDO AND HAD THE COUNTING CROWS OFFER CASH DOLLARS TO EXTEND HIS SET…NOT BAD FOR ONE MAN AND A HARMONICA” — Evan Milton, Obrigado Magazine 2008

“FOOTSTOMPING, BLUES, BLUEGRASS AND CAJUN OFFERINGS FROM ONE OF THE MOST OUTSTANDING SOLO PERFORMERS YOU ARE LIKELY TO SEE FOR SOME TIME” — Vusa Mazula 2007

Take a listen.….https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9VYjtwx5cI

** Please Note: Dinner from 6.30/7pm. Show to start at 8.30pm

 

Mar
22
Thu
Jack Mantis Band
Mar 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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The Jack Mantis Band have just returned to S.A. after their second successful European tour. The Cafe Roux audience can expect a showcase of songs form the upcoming album, and the new South African band line-up. With a history steeped in music and a lifetime spent gaining insight and wisdom the world over, JMB brings something truly generous to their performances – a sense of common humanity and togetherness. The brotherhood between band members and the sincere heart expressed through their music is tangible. It is undeniable that their vision is to create a conscious shift through their music and to hold a space for meaningful shared experiences.
**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM
Mar
23
Fri
Colorfields
Mar 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Coloufields

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COLORFIELDS was conceived in 1997 by drummer- songwriter Ash Read (The Streaks, The Zap Dragons, Strawbelly) as a live electro band seeking to combine elements of the exploding electronic dance music scene with an authentically live rhythmic core. The Colorfields sound draws inspiration from a wide variety of musical genres ranging from the swirling psychedelic rock of classic bands like Pink Floyd to the live dance giants, Faithless; from the edgy sonic trip-hop songs of Massive Attack to traditional and tribal World music beats, while the thought provoking content and social commentary draws much inspiration from anarchist philosophy.

In 1998 Colorfields released their debut album Incidents, which was described by Stephen Sugar Segerman as “one of the most electric and thrilling indie SA albums of the decade”. After a brief and intense period of touring, during which they shared the stage with Hip-hop giants, Cypress Hill, Colorfields disbanded due to Ash’s crippling drug-addiction – that very same addiction being the central theme running through the Incidents album.

Colorfields return in 2017 with a brand new collection of songs and a fresh line-up showcasing their unique sound. Ash Read (drums & vocals) and Kerstie Read (synths, violin & vocals) team up with legendary bass player Schalk Joubert and virtuoso guitarist Ben Badenhorst to deliver a pumping dance-driven set. The forthcoming album Decade, which is to be released on 23 March 2018, is a conceptual work bringing a message of hope and a clarion call to the rebel within for the advancement of personal freedoms, creativity and connection.

They kicked off the 2017/2018 season headlining at the intimate Aftermath festival, and will be appearing on the Main Stage of the Bazique Festival in March 2018.

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

 

Mar
24
Sat
Arno Carstens & Ard Matthews – DAY TIME OUTDOOR SHOW
Mar 24 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

ard and arno

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Ard and Arno are known world over for their unqiue and brilliant voices.

Ard Matthews originally as the front man of Just Jinger, and Arno Carstens the lead man of Springbok Nude Girls, both bands dominating the SA music scene during the 1990’s. Ard and Arno both recently pursued solo careers and have each released their debut solo albums. As the front man to two of SA’s most iconic bands, it should be a special day when they collaborate for the first time together in a full show

Two ticket types available:

Grass tickets R150 – to be seated on the grass area of The Farm Village. Bring your own blankets.

No cooler boxes allowed. There will be a mobile burger stand & bar on the grass.

cafe Roux menu also available.

Seated table tickets within cafe Roux, under the bedouin tent – R250. Full menu available.

Kids under the age of 12 enter for free and are expected to “roam free” – they do not get allocated table seats.

Weather – if it rains, those booked on the grass will not have cover.

Those booked at seated tables will be under the big bedouin tent.

Times – arrive from 3:30pm. Music to start at approx. 4:30pm. Finished by 6pm.

****ARNO CARSTENS & ARD MATTHEWS is an AFTERNOON SHOW. Not an evening show

Mar
29
Thu
The Rivertones
Mar 29 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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The Rivertones – Join Cape Towns’ most loved Reggae band for a night of reggae skanking to the likes of Bob Marley tunes and The Rivertones original reggae music.

The Rivertones have been busy gigging around the Western Cape 7 nights a week and we are lucky to have this awesome band join us.  They have performed at Cape Fest, Obs Fest, Whale Fest, Bastille Fest, Un-Corked Wine Fest, Billabong Pro World Surfing Competition, Cape town Festival of Beer, Bay Hotel, Raddison Hotel, Round House, The Grand, Mojo Spier, Brass Bell, HQ Heritage Square and many more and do not disappoint.

Please note: Dinner from 7pm. Show starts at 8:30pm.

Mar
30
Fri
Mike McCully & The Harmonix presents a Trbute to ABBA
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

mike mccully abba pic

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Mike McCully (McCully Workshop and Buccaneer fame) has again put together another tribute show this time featuring the fantastic music of ABBA.

With an All-Star cast, this show first came to prominence in 2014 at Grand West Casino and ran for two sell-out seasons !

This time Mike himself is on drums and vocals and leads the amazing cast comprising of bassist extraodinaire Neil Payton, the multi-talented Warren Lomberg on guitars and vocals and keyboard wizard  Gordon Mackay( like Mike from McCully Workshop)

on violin, keys and vocals.

The two girls making up the Abba group (both Agnetha and Freda lookalikes) are the awesome Sjanel Vosloo and the amazing Luella Holland, Both girls were in the original show at Grand West.

Patrons will be encouraged to sing along to their favourite ABBA songs like WATERLOO, RING RING, CHIQUITITA, FERNANDO, MONEY MONEY MONEY, DOES YOUR MOTHER KNOW, GIMME GIMME, VOULEZ VOUZ, NAME OF THE GAME, THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL, MAMA MIA, DANCING QUEEN  and many more.

Recently the show was performed again at Grand West  to a sellout crowd and the audiences went ballistic !!

If you are an ABBA fan then this show is not to be missed !

WHAT THE CRITICS SAID…………………CAPE TIMES……………….PHENOMINAL ABBA SHOW ! UNMISSABLE !!

                                            DIE BURGER……………… THE GIRLS ARE AMAZING !! THEY HAVE ALL THE MOVES !1

                                                                   CAPE ARGUS ……………..THIS IS AN AWESOME ABBA SHOW !! ALL THE MUSICIANS ARE AMAZING !!

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM

Mar
31
Sat
Khoisanboy Man
Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Khoisan boy 1

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Khoisanboy.Man is a solo acoustic/loop artist based in Cape Town. He makes experiential soundscapes. Music that deals with the Human Condition, Love and Separation and the Ultimate learning of Loving the Separation.

**PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW TO START AT 8.30PM

Apr
5
Thu
Barry Hilton
Apr 5 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Barry Hilton NH

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Barry Hilton –  30 years of touring, 6 children, 2 ex-wives, a new wife, 6 dvd’s, two movies, Vegas, Cleese, Connolly, Monkhouse, millions of air miles and a Lifetime Achiever statue on his mantelpiece…. If Barry Hilton isn’t the quintessential South African comedy giant, no one is.

Forged in the fire of the global comedy circuit from London to Hong Kong, this versatile and dynamic comedy icon works the room with magnetic charm and infectious ease. His deft timing and tap-dancing mind leave any crowd thrilled that they came, regardless of their own background.

**Please note that dinner is available from 7pm & show starts at 8:30pm