Mike McCully & The Harmonix – That 80s Show
Feb 20 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Mike MCully and his talented group MIKE MCCULLY AND THE HARMONIX, now brings you another hit show ...THAT 80'S SHOW !

This show was performed at Grand West Casino in 2014 and had three sell-out seasons and rave reviews !

Combining music and humour, THAT 80'S SHOW ! takes patrons back to the 80's in all its glory.

Based on the concept of a live TV show in which the audience participates, the show runs through the 80's with the cast impersonating artists like BRYAN ADAMS, TINA TURNER, QUEEN, BOB MARLEY, STEVIE WONDER, JOURNEY, MADONNA, MICHAEL JACKSON, PHIL COLLINS, JOAN JETT, MEN AT WORK and many more including top South African Artists like JOY, JOHHNY CLEGG and MCCULLY WORKSHOP.

As with all Mike's shows, comedy abounds with rip-offs of those famous TV shows of the 80's.

For a night of laughter and fun THAT 80'S SHOW ! should not be missed !

Not to be missed ! **PLEASE NOTE: DINNER FROM 6.30/7PM. SHOW AT 8.30PM
The Bootleggers Blues Band
Feb 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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The Bootleggers Blues Band consists of six musicians, each with decades of recording and performing experience between them.

The Bootleggers are Cape Town based and have been playing clubs, festivals and music venues around the Cape Town music scene for a number of years.

The band features Lead vocalist and harp player Terry
Porter, the fabulous Miss Marguerita Freeks with years of entertainment experience, a huge voice and a scintillating stage personality, guitarist/vocalist Hallam Lewis, guitarist Ralph Buddle, Dieter Stutz on bass, drummer Brian Mansell and keyboard player Trevor Perrins.

The Bootleggers exhibit levels of professionalism and musicianship that makes it easy to become a dedicated fan.

The band is well versed on what it takes to please a crowd and are equally at home playing concerts,festivals, music venues, functions and private parties.

They take the traditional influences of blues and create a rocking up beat sound that respects the tradition of the blues whilst providing the audience with an entertaining and danceable mix of blues classics along with a variety of songs that showcase the talents of all of the band members.





Nonhlanhla Wanda & Sharon Katz in Concert
Feb 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Grammy-nominee Sharon Katz, originally from Port Elizabeth, and Nonhlanhla Wanda from Durban, celebrated 25 years of worldwide touring and musical collaboration by releasing a new CD, “Side-By-Side” and will be performing songs from this CD as well as many of their compositions and arrangements at Roux Café in Noordhoek on February 22nd, 2019.

The international performers, who were the original founders of The Peace Train project in the 1990’s, went home to Durban to record “Side-By-Side” with producer Malcolm Nhleko of Maltre Studios. The Afro-Jazz-Contemporary fusion album features all original compositions by Nonhlanhla and Sharon and showcases their distinctive voices and gorgeous harmonies complemented by the instrumental virtuosity of Sharon on guitar; Qhubekani Mthethwa on bass; Charles Boykie Mnomiya on drums; and Sanele Phakathi on piano and synthesizer. For this concert, Sharon and Nonhlanhla will appear as a duo.

Following the launch of the CD in Durban, they performed in Johannesburg at the Holocaust and Genocide Center and at the Trevor Huddleston Museum before embarking on an American tour in July which took them to famous clubs in New York City, Philadelphia, San Diego and to the Tijuana Cultural Center in Mexico. The duo contributes proceeds from their concerts and CD sales toward social development projects in South Africa, including supporting a children’s home, bursaries for orphans, after-school cultural programmes, and therapeutic music projects across the country.

Sharon and Nonhlanhla are also the subjects of the multiple-award winning film, “When Voices Meet.” It documents the role of The Peace Train in creating South Africa’s first, 500-voice multiracial youth choir in KwaZulu-Natal in 1993; its groundbreaking concert tour across the country in support of the first democratic elections; The Peace Train’s first tour of America after President Mandela was elected; and the long-term impact of the project as told by the participants 20 years later. The film, which premiered at the Durban International Film Festival, has won awards at more 30 film festivals around the world and been broadcast in over 50 countries. John Kani and Abigail Kubeka also feature in the film.

In addition to their own CDs, the group was recorded on the Carnival! album with Sting, Tina Turner, Elton John and Madonna. They have also recorded with Dolly Rathebe and Abigail Kubeka and featured Ladysmith Black Mambazo on The Peace Train’s original tour.


Ancient Agents
Feb 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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With musical influences from Africa, Asia and Scandinavia, this quartet combines traditional rhythms and contemporary harmonies, producing an acoustic world beat that crosses genres, borders and time signatures.

Ancient Agents invite you on a musical journey that bridges cultures, combining grooves from north India and the Middle East with Afro beats and polyrhythms – ancient sounds telling a modern tale. 

A sound that has abolished musical border-posts but is deeply grounded in and respectful of different musical legacies… one that is simultaneously nowhere and everywhere   respected SA arts journalist Gwen Ansell

Reza Khota (SA)  – Guitar 


Collaborations: Shane CooperKesivan Naidoo, Derek Gripper

– Reza’s strings produce a crossover between east and west, with influences of jazz and classical. He’s worked with South Africas finest musicians, among them Louis Moholo, Kesivan Naidoo, Shane Cooper and Buddy Wells. In addition to playing widely around Africa, he has performed in Switzerland, Norway, Canada and Carnegie Hall – New York.

Fredrik Gille (SE) – Cajon, Riq. Frame Drum, Percussion


Collaborations: Bazar BlåKarima NaytAmine & Hamsa

-Fredrik has collected and mastered a variety of percussion instruments from all over the world, with Middle Eastern drumming being his expertise. His sound is influenced by Arabic rhythms and Spanish music. 

Ronan Skillen (IE/SA) – Tabla, Percussion, Didgeridoo


Collaborations:  Deep South Tonik A.Spell

-Ronan is inspired by the aesthetic of record label ECM, and music from Mali to Memphis and Mumbai. His flair for improvisation began with the didgeridoo, and his later schooling in Indian classical music and wide palette of textural percussive sounds combine to create a rich soundscape, incorporating tabla and hybrid percussion kit. 

Schalk Joubert (SA) – Bass

Collaborations:  Michelle Shockt David Kramer Schalk Joubert Band

-One of SA’s busiest session musicians, bassist Schalk Joubert (SA) is a product of his cultural heritage. He is able to articulate South African melodies, West African grooves and harmony in the European tradition to produce a cohesive, melodic sound.


SunXa Experiment
Feb 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm








Sun Xa Experiment is an Ancestral spiritual Avant garde out the box group hailing from Gauteng and Durban South Africa born in 2014. A 7 piece live music band that caters a spiritual Ancestral sound that tells of stories of who we are as the global community without race colour or nation. With their music written in IsiZulu, Sesotho and English their presence on stage is felt through their performance that leaves you in healing mode. What they give to people during their performances is not only music but also part of it is a spiritual journey into self-discovery, more is connecting with your ancestors, reminder of who you are and where you are from as a human being. Their sound which they see as medicinal “Umculo Umuthi” is a 6 track journey through an hour set. Sun Xa Experiment gives a consultation performance which is a sound you do not want to miss.

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A spoonful of Sugar
Feb 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm








A Spoonful Of Sugar & James
It’s been called “The Greatest Music story of the past 60 years”, the story of this wonderful and talented musician and his journey to his well-deserved and long-overdue fame. But enough about James Stewart 😉 In this innovative, informative and slightly irreverent show, James joins Stephen “Sugar” Segerman, the person behind the rediscovery of Sixto Rodriguez and “Searching For Sugar Man”, the Oscar-winning documentary about the whole story, as the two music journeymen tell their respective tales and play and sing some of the most seminal Rodriguez and South African classic songs.
Ben Dey & The Concrete Lions
Mar 1 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Ben Dey & the Concrete Lions (BDCL) is an Afro/Indie pop-rock-dance band from Cape Town. Founded in 2015, BDCL offers a unique blend of South African rock and soul with lyrics inspired by the every day. The group broke ground in 2016 with their first studio single, ‘Easy Love’, topping radio charts in South Africa. The band released their debut EP, ‘Rise’ the following year.

BDCL has performed on both local and international stages, such as Rocking the Daisies, Oppikoppi, Splashy Fen, Up The Creek, and Bushfire Festival. BDCL are: prolific lyricist, Ben Dey; the gravy Ongx Mona on lead guitar; and brothers Alex Birns and Dillon Birns on drums and bass.”


Prime Circle – Outdoor Daytime Show @ 3.30pm
Mar 2 @ 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm

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Prime Circle are no strangers to touring and have been continuously raising the bar in efforts to expand their musical horizons and boundaries for many years now. Since their debut in 2002, Prime Circle have been one of the most celebrated rock acts in South African history. The band has toured extensively, performing at several major international festivals over the course of their 17 year career, and have been honoured with numerous South African music awards and celebrated chart topping hits.

Two ticket types available:

Grass tickets R180 – 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 – R280. Full menu available.

Kids are 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.

****PRIME CIRCLE is an AFTERNOON SHOW. Not an evening show

Dan Patlansky Duo Electric Tour
Mar 5 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm


Photo by: Jason Ryan Comins (jrcomins@gmail.com)

Photo by: Jason Ryan Comins (jrcomins@gmail.com)


DAN PATLANSKY is working on a brand new set and format for shows for his upcoming DUO ELECTRIC tour, which promises to an unique and special new offering to fans. DAN was voted the 9th Best Blues Guitarist in the world by Total Guitar & Musicradar in December 2018, and his latest studio offering ‘Perfection Kills’ was voted the #2 Best Blues Rock Album in 2018 by Blues Rock Review USA.

The DUO ELECTRIC tour will feature DAN on electric guitar joined by a keyboard player – the first time ever DAN PATLANSKY will be performing with his electric guitar in intimate settings.

“I have been doing solo acoustic shows between tours for as long as I can remember, and think it is time for a change. This time I am on electric guitar with a keyboard. A good keyboard player can cover a lot of ground, and keys are a massive part of the vision I have for the tour.” says DAN PATLANSKY.

DAN will be choosing songs specifically to fit the format of the show and his repertoire will feature songs from his last three albums, and a few other surprises. Fans can look forward to exciting elements to the show such as the rethinking of song arrangements and reinventing existing ideas.


Jenny & The Jameses
Mar 8 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Jenny and the Jameses is an Original Celtic folk band formed in March 2015. The band comprises singer / songwriter Jennifer Eaves on lead vocals, guitar and piano, James Hall on violin and vocals, and multi-instrumentalist James Harvey on accordion, harp, flutes and vocals (and quite frankly whatever else he feels like playing on the evening).

The bands Debut album Untitled was released in early September / October 2015 and since then the band have been on a whirlwind adventure all over South Africa, and recentle touring Holland as support act for the Johnny Cleggs World Tour. After a year of touring their debut album and composing new material the band finds themselves in studio again on the verge of releasing their second album.

Jenny and the Jameses have performed in the Cape Town Folk and Acoustic festival, Knysna Celtic festival, White Mountain Festival, Taste of Darling Festival, Darling Beer Festival, as well as venues big and small, quirky and straight-laced, and humble and grand all around the country. They never fail to charm. Jenny and the Jameses are one of the most fun and refreshingly honest bands on the circuit and most certainly not to be missed live.


Mar 9 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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“CROSSCURRENT are a young band making their way as one of the freshest sounds on the S.A. music scene. Packing a powerful punch with their big songs and high energy performances”
CROSSCURRENT is a three man independent Afro/Rock/Pop band playing their own brand of original music. David Franke (Lead Singer/Guitarist/Songwriter), Mil0 Hills-Williams (Amazingly talented drummer and percussionist) and Owen Franke (Keyboard, Trumpeter and every other possible instrument)
  • CROSSCURRENT – So named after the meeting and blending of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans at the Cape of Good Hope, which speaks of the band’s Authentic Cape Town background and love of the ocean, the wild and all things ‘green’. The name ‘Crosscurrent’ also highlights the mixed cultural backgrounds of the band members.
  • CROSSCURRENT’S original compositions incorporate traditional Cape/ African Rhythms with a rich, tight sound. The three musicians carry their audience on an epic journey through buildups and drops with a complicated and resonant repertoire. Their infectious songs find their audience, their lyrics touch and connect with their fans.
  • Each of CROSSCURRENT’S 18 original tunes are woven with distinctive. and diverse elements, creating music that is both serious, fun and uplifting. With a toe tapping, dance orientated ‘festival’ sound, they capture their audience and carry them away.
  • Influenced by international artist like Mumford and Son, Two Door Cinema Club, Lumineers, George Ezra, Ben Howard to name a few and local artists, The Kiefness, Beatenburg, Watershed and Prime Circle.


Games 4 Brains
Mar 12 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Games 4 Brains and Kalk Bay Theatre bring you something completely new, but of course wildly entertaining. GAMES NIGHT!

 Join us for a fun filled, laugh your socks off, be sociable, do something other than watch TV, GAMES NIGHT.

 Forget the usual suspects like Pictionary and Scrabble and join us to experience all new Internationally award winning games.

 The Games 4 Brains team will be there to guide you through the games that will guarantee a night of digital detox and serious interactive fun. So grab your family and friends and join us.

 Get your game face on!

 Age restriction 16 (not that it’s naughty but this one is for the adults)

Expected timings for the evening – 

Arrive 6:45pm to order a drink/get your supper order in.

First game starts 7pm (approx 45 mins)

Dinner from 8pm

Next game at 9pm

Ticket price excludes dinner/drinks.


A Shirley Bassey Tribute Show – presented by Anna
Mar 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Anna Davel has firmly established herself as a highly accomplished and respected singer/songwriter with a music career spanning more than 20 years. This includes: four SAMA nominations and a SAMA award (2006), nominations for several other prestigious awards, the release of 9 independent albums, overall winner of Crescendo National contest (1997), performing on stages in various countries in the world (including Belgium, Canada, London, Portugal, Finland and China), producing numerous stage productions (a.o. Ashes, Boheem!, Bon Appetit) and making numerous television appearances. She currently celebrates the release of her most recent album “Moment” and songs from this album can be heard on several SA radio stations.

Some highlights:

  • In 2010, Anna plays in two feature films released on the South African circuit: Liefling – die Movie and Susannah van Biljon. In 2014 she also stars in the Afrikaans Movie Suurlemoen! and her 4th feature film to be released in SA in 2019, Hole in the wall, has already received 5 nominations during the Southampton International film festival.
  • The past 4 years Anna has been directing the entertainment segment of the National Cancervive road show. Cancer survivors travel throughout SA on motorbikes to give hope, support to Cancer patients and to give information to the community, spreading awareness about the importance of early detection.
  • She was also seen performing in the 2010 hit production Afri-Frans touring the country alongside the amazing French singer, Myra Maud.
  • In 2011, Anna tours throughout South Africa with the Spanish songstress Marta Gomez, along with Steve Hofmeyr, Sandra Prinsloo, and CH2 in the production Afri-Spaans. She was also part of the yearly Skouspel ’11 concert at the Superbowl, the biggest event on the Afrikaans music calendar.

  • In 2011 Anna released a new Afrikaans Jazz album with music legend Ollie Viljoen called Blues & Susters. The live production was nominated for a Kanna Award for Best Music Production at the KKNK ’12. The album is also the proud winner of a Media 24 Tempo Music Award ’12.

  • In 2013 Anna releases her first children’s album, where she performs with the ever-popular Jacaranda Children’s choir. In die land van Kammalielie was nominated for a Huisgenoot Tempo as well as a Ghoema Award for ‘Best Children’s Album 2013’.

  • A personal highlight is her 2013 performance with Lira, Elvis Blue and Ian von Memerty in the RMB Starlight Classics production at Vergelegen Winefarms with the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by legendary maestro, Richard Cock.

  • Landskap, a poetry production she directed and performs in, won the award for the Best Word production at the prestigious Stellenbosch Woordfees in 2017. She also co-directed the poetry production “Rooidag” which won the award for the Best Word production during the same festival 2018.
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    With Anna Davel (vocal) & Jaconell Mouton (piano)

    Diamonds are forever” celebrates the incredible songs that Bassey recorded throughout her live. Join SAMA award winning songstress Anna Davel and Ghoema award winning music producer Jaconell Mouton in this joyous and soulful production of their personal highlights of Shirley Bassey’s discography. The audience can look forward to acoustic piano and vocal arrangements of some of her greatest hits – amongst others; Diamonds are forever / Never, Never, Never / Big Spender / I, who have nothing / Kiss me, Honey, Honey / Where do I begin / How do you keep the music playing / I am what I am.


    As a child, the international Wales singer, Shirley Veronica Bassey, said: “…everyone told me to shut up. Even in the school choir the teacher kept telling me to back off till I was singing in the corridor!” At the age of 14, Bassey was working in a metal factory by day and singing in clubs in the evenings and on weekends to make ends meet. Her incredible talent did not go unnoticed. At the very young age of 19 (1957), Bassey had her first hit with “The Banana Boat Song”, which reached No. 8 in the UK Singles Chart. The rest is history.

    This incredible singer has since conquered the world, re-inventing herself time after time. Her worldwide popularity took off when she sang “Goldfinger” for the 1964 James Bond movie of the same name. She also sang the theme songs for two other Bond films, Diamonds Are Forever and Moonraker. These Bond songs, along with her interpretations of numbers like “Big Spender” and “I Am What I Am,” made Bassey’s career an unmitigated success.

    After a music career that spans several decades,

  • Shirley Bassey was made a dame commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2000. It was another mark of distinction in a career that has seen her sell over 135 million records. She received a standing ovation at the 2013 Academy Awards for her performance of “Goldfinger.” Dame Shirley Bassey has truly come a long way from her humble beginnings, and is at the age of 82, still a sought after performing, gracing stages all over the world.



EXPLORING CONSCIOUSNESS Tuesdays with Morrie Starring Jack Lemmon, recommended by Oprah Winfrey (Film @ 10am)
Mar 14 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

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Café Roux and Exploring Consciousness bring you Films to inspire living.

Join us for an enlightening morning….pre-book your tickets online, have an optional  hearty breakfast & coffee (not included in ticket price), then sit back and watch an inspiring film and stay for a discussion thereafter. The movie will begin at 10am sharp so we suggest coming from 9am if you will be eating.

Tuesdays with Morrie Starring Jack Lemmon, recommended by Oprah Winfrey

This delightful film, based on the best selling book by Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie will make you laugh and make you cry. Morrie, a sociology professor with a terminal disease, teaches his final course about… dying? No,….. about living. When you know how to die, you know how to live. “moments such as these he could live in forever”

Join us at Café Roux for an inspiring morning

Starts 10am
You are invited to stay for an open discussion there after.

Rob van Vuuren Live
Mar 14 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Rob van Vuuren is a comedic phenomenon. He has performed nationally and internationally for twenty years. He has won a slew of awards of over that time including the Comics Choice Breakthrough Act Award as well as over 5 Standard Bank Ovation Awards. He has two Comedy Central Africa specials to his name and can be seen currently on Famous Last Words on the same channel. He is the guy who schucksed Schuster, he is Twakkie and Van Der Merwe and the person behind many other iconic South African television and film characters. He will be at Cafe Roux for one night only to bring you a hilarious hour and a half of his favorite comedy from an illustrious career.


Richard Stirton “Naked EP- A Sneak Peak”
Mar 15 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Richard Stirton is a Singer/Songwriter from Cape Town, South Africa. Richard burst onto the South African music scene after winning season 1 of The Voice South Africa at the tender age of 22. He signed a lucrative recording contract with Universal Music and released his debut single, “What Tears Me The Most” and album, “Middle Ground”, which both shot to number 1 on the South African iTunes Charts. He was subsequently nominated for a SAMA in 2017, for best Rock Album.
After 2 years of sold out shows across the country, sharing lineups with the likes of The Parlotones, Karen Zoid, Francois Van Coke, The Pixies, Jack Parow, Majozi, Dan Patlansky, Claire Johnston and Lira, Richard retreated from the spotlight to hone his songwriting skills.
An individual driven by the human connection Richard set about finding his sound. In the second half of 2018, after parting ways with Universal music, Richard began independently crafting a follow up EP to his debut album. He hadnʼt been able to contribute much in the songwriting process during the creation of his first album, as is the nature with most works released soon after a talent show is completed. This new work, that he has spent countless hours refining, is entirely his, because at the end of the day he wants to be true and honest to both himself and his fans. He wants to connect with them. He wants whoever listens to his music to know that the song is a direct message from him to them.
His new EP, entitled “Naked”, epitomises that ethos. One of honesty. One of truth. A reminder to everyone th%t they are not alone in their journey through life into becoming the best version of themselves. He %ims to be the peoplesʼ artist. A friend. And to build a career of longevity based on  connection with his listeners. To grow with them, to be a part of each of their journeys.
With a live show catered for every environment, Richard and his band deliver performances with the sole goal of making a connection with the audience. With sprinklings of introspection, thought provocation, plenty of healthy banter and laughs creating a feel good show to leave the audience buzzing.


Monark & Majozi – Daytime Outdoor Show @ 3.30pm
Mar 16 @ 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm

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Home to some of South Africa’s most renowned legendary bands, Potchefstroom delivered their latest offering to the South African music scene – Monark – in May 2013 when the four piece pop rock band emerged with their first single, Smiling. Their energetic and polished live performances have been incredibly well received by their fans, with Monark performing on some of the top stages in the country.

Majozi is a proudly South African musician who has recently emerged onto the scene from the coastal city of Durban.
At the age of thirteen, he started to teach himself guitar, which eventually led to him studying a foundation course in jazz and popular
music at the University of KwaZulu Natal.
He describes his music as being Indie-folk with subtle influences of electro and attributes his faith as one of his musical inspirations.

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 – R220. Full menu available.

Kids are 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.

****Monark and Majozi is an AFTERNOON SHOW. Not an evening show

Tony Browne presents a Sting Tribute Show
Mar 20 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Tony Browne, of Me & Mr Brown fame, will be doing a tribute to Sting – one of the world’s best-selling music artists of all time!

Expect a great evening hearing all the greatest hits and more, played with all the passion of the originals.

Reini Adelbert & Jenny Eaves
Mar 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm








Corporate veteran and writer Reini has lived in South Africa since childhood. In his other life he is a lawyer. The ingredients of his highly personal renditions range between European roots and a deep love of Africa.

Socio-political commentary, environmental issues and a quest for fairness define his minimalistic lyrics –

We are all rich and poor, black and white.

Prisoner set us free – you are who we might be.

All the pictures on your wall will end up hanging in my head.  

They say we crawled out of the ocean neither fish nor fowl.

He keeps his options open like a can of gasoline.

They don’t belong to anyone they are perfect on their own.

You were my dream that didn’t come true.

Plastic islands in a sea of technology.

Flew to Corsica on Google maps the other day.

My malaise derailed you where could you have run to.

The view from paradise across the bay changes magnificently every day.

You are the constant resident in my soul.

His album, ‘Leave your light on’, produced by Jonny Blundell, enjoys regular radio airtime. The new album, ‘Memories of Rain’ again produced by Jonny Blundell under the Rootspring label, was launched late last year. Since ‘Memories’ a number of new songs have emerged, some of which will be featured at the February False Bay Folk session.

He is currently working on a novel and an anthology of poetry.

One Night of the BLUES with The RICHARD PRYOR BAND
Mar 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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A Night of the Best BLUES awaits you at Cafe Roux Noordhoek on the 23rd March courtesy of The Richard Pryor Band.
This is Blues that is going to uplift the soul & get you up and rocking to the Beat.

It features:
Doctor John  – Vocals
Nhoza Sitsholwana  – Vocals
Dan Shout  – Saxophone
Richard Pryor   – Guitar
Rob Stemmet   – Bass
Graeme Abbott  – Drums

Expect a superb musical experience which only seasoned musicians with their roots firmly in the blues can provide!
Book now on: http://www.webtickets.co.za/events/featured/cafe-roux-noordhoek/1461459612
Or for more Info Ph 021 789 2538


Doctor John & Nhoza Sitsholwana on Vocals
This always proves to be a special combination of Blues ,Soul & Rocking Goodness
Together these two have proved themselves to be formiddable Powerhouse Blues Singers and have graced stages all over the country
spreading the good news of the Blues wherever they go.

This show also boasts the Inimitable Dan Shout on Saxophone and he’s smokin hot blowin’ all  he’s got.
He has toured extensively & Internationally with Johnny Clegg’s band and is literally an institution of great vocal Sax melodies.
With a penchant for Burning Jazz Blues solos he’s armed to the hilt with Saxxy Mojo always adding an air of sophistication to any show

Richard Pryor on Guitar coming from his Hard Rock roots of the 70s and 80s has been embracing the Blues lately and is where he spends most of his time.
For the longest time Richard has been playing with many different bands & musicians most notably Boulevard Blues & Pebbleman.
This year after nearly 3000 live gigs he decided to put a band together that features an ever changing lineup of his favourite musicians.
Hence The Richard Pryor Band. He’ll be firing Blues Pyrotechnics on all 6 Strings with this wonderful lineup.

Graeme Abbott on Drums is a legendary time keeper and he has been keeping the beat for Boulevard Blues with metronomic precision
When he Swings the chandeliers get Dizzy and he’ll keep it swinging right up until the final Crash Cymbal is beaten to a Blues Pulp

Rob Stemmett on Bass is one of Cape Town’s top players and when it comes to the Blues there are not many that can drive & Lock down a groove like this man
His Rhythmic and Pulsating bass style makes you want to get up and Boogie and when his bass strings vibrate it’s time for your soul to rejuvinate

Don’t miss this action packed evening of Blues Rocking Goodness.
Book now on: http://www.webtickets.co.za/events/featured/cafe-roux-noordhoek/1461459612
For More Info Ph 021 789 2538


Volunteer Wildfire Services presents Noordhoek has Talent
Mar 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

FireFighter Fundraiser


Noordhoek has Talent!

Wildfires are a part of life in the Western Cape and every fire season, agencies in the Cape Peninsula, the Overberg, the Cape Winelands and as far afield as the Cedarberg respond to thousands of fires, stretching resources to the limit.

The Volunteer Wildfire Services (VWS), a group of some 250 volunteer wildland firefighters, deploy from four fire bases – Newlands, Jonkershoek, South Peninsula and Grabouw – to provide much-needed support to the likes of CapeNature, Table Mountain National Park, Overberg District Municipality and Winelands District Municipality, fighting some of the most destructive wildfires Cape Town and the Western Cape have experienced.

With the exception of a full-time employed general manager, the VWS is staffed, run and managed by committed people who all have day jobs. Many of the VWS’ deployments are at night, providing welcome relief for day-time fire crews, but once a VWS crew comes off the line, it’s back to base, home for a shower and maybe an hour or so of sleep, before heading for a full day at work or in the lecture hall.

For the VWS to do its work, it needs money, which makes fund-raising a critical focus when its members are off the line. A registered non-profit organisation, the VWS relies on the support of the communities it serves, to be able to do what it does best: fight wildland fires.

The VWS South Peninsula fire base is setting up shop right here in Noordhoek, and Cafe Roux wants to help by hosting a Noordhoek has Talent evening, the proceeds of which will be donated to the VWS to help fund setup and operational costs at the new base.

Join us for an evening of great Cafe Roux food, fun and entertainment, interspersed with the intriguing tale of how the VWS came into being, and an engaging general knowledge quiz during which you can impress your friends and family, while making a meaningful contribution to a vital community organisation. Great food, great fun, great cause. See you there.



Neil Young Tribute Show by The Dusty Rhodes Band
Mar 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm








Neil Young, Canadian singer-songwriter, musician, producer, director and screenwriter, best known for playing with Buffalo Springfield, and Crosby, Stills and Nash. A musical genius who is constantly improvising. He plays guitar, piano and harmonica on many albums which frequently combine folk, rock, blues and other musical styles. His gritty guitar work, especially with Crazy Horse, earned him the nickname “Godfather of Grunge”. Young has received several Grammy and Juno awards. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducted him twice: as a solo artist in 1995 and in 1997 as a member of Buffalo Springfield. In 2000, Rolling Stone named Young the 34th greatest rock ‘n roll artist.

In this tribute The Dusty Rhodes Band is a folk/rock band who recreates that unique acoustic sound of Neil Young. Featuring songs such as Alabama, harvest, old man, southern man, long may you run, heart of gold and many more, this show is not to miss.


 Mark Larkin – Guitars, Harmonica and Vocals

Starting in the 70’s at the Four Winds Folk Club in Port Elizabeth Mark has kept playing, digging in on some great guitar styles. As an enthusiast to folk / country music he started alternative country outfit “Los Hombres”. After many saddle sores and a brief foray into hard rock this journey brought Mark to form the Dusty Rhodes Band.


Ian Hinrichsen – Bass and Backing Vocals

Ian comes from an extremely musical family, his mother was a Concert Pianist. He started out as a drummer in his early years then the bass bug bit. As a musician Ian has mainly been playing covers with some originals in between. As a bassist he loves to supply the low end to music and feels right at home with a bass guitar, and is comfortable playing almost any genre.

Stephen Guild – Cajon, Percussion and Backing Vocals

In the earlier years Steve was on the front line of Johannesburg original bands playing concerts along with some of South Africa’s top acts. He then spent a couple of years in and out of studio recording on albums and playing live gigs.


PJ Powers
Mar 29 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

PJ Powers


Th​is show is a stripped-down ​look at songs from ​PJ Powers’ long ​and colourful ​career as one of SA’s best loved singers.

All of the hits are there – unplugged versions of “Feel So Strong,” through “The World in Union” and her ode to the Stadium she got to know so well while fronting Hotline in the 80s – “Jabulani.”

She also includes renditions of her latest hits, “Destiny” and “Stay” that are enjoying airplay at the moment as well as her newly released single: “Walk in my Shoes.” The latter being a hauntingly earnest plea for all of us to consider one another in a more compassionate way

She is accompanied by Tigger Reunert on guitars and vocals and together they weave a beautiful and nostalgic tale covering the last thirty-something years in the music business.

PJ has been busy. She has written a book, she has been writing songs and she continues to perform throughout the continent and the world.

This quintessentially South African show provides an insight into ‘PJ Powers – The Person’ through songs, stories and amusing anecdotes in an intimate environment that audiences have been finding spellbinding.

PJ is upbeat and optimistic about life in South Africa and during the show she shares inspiring stories of her life in this beautiful country. It is a feel good show and has great appeal for South Africans here and abroad from an sentimental point of view as well as for audiences merely interested in a good night out listening to an amazing singer playing great songs backed by a tight band.

Audiences have ranged from an older crowd familiar with the Hotline years and early solo hits, to people sentimental about the Rugby World Cup victory and on to younger fans introduced to the newer material.

Her relationship and travels with former President Nelson Mandela provide funny and light-hearted snippets of the humility of the great man.

A light-hearted and beautifully nostalgic jaunt”


A Tribute to Neil Diamond
Apr 6 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Johan - Neil Diamond Tribute







American singer-songwriter, musician and actor, Neil Diamond is one of the most enduring and successful recording and performing artists of all time, having sold more than 100 million records worldwide. He is also the third most successful adult contemporary artist on the Billboard charts and was inducted into the Songwriters’ & Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He received that Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018.

Namibian-born, world-class, consummate performer, Johan Liebenberg, has appeared as vocalist and guitarist in myriads of Barnyard productions, such as “Diamonds & Pearls”, “Rough Diamonds & Divas”, “Neil Diamond & Friends” and “King of Diamonds” , to mention but a few. He swiftly built a reputation for sounding like the “Sweet Caroline” maestro, after realizing that singing Neil Diamond’s hits is his forte. He received great acclaim for the highly successful Barnyard show, “Diamonds & Pearls” in 2009 and went on to produce and direct his own sell-out show, “Neil Diamond & Friends” in 2013 and has not looked back since.

Johan’s popular “Tribute to Neil Diamond” features the icon’s evergreen hits like “Sweet Caroline”, Beautiful Noise”, “America”, “I Am I Said”, “Forever in Blue Jeans”, “Song Sung Blue”, “Desiree”, “I’m A Believer”, “Longfellow Serenade”, “Cracklin’ Rosie”, and many more, uncannily brought to life by Johan Liebenberg. He truly does justice to the timeless music of one of America’s greatest entertainment giants! Not only has Johan enjoyed sold-out performances of his “Tribute to Neil Diamond” across the length and breadth of South Africa and Namibia, but he has also received rave reviews and standing ovations for his show and will be celebrating the music of his idol, Neil Diamond, with a stellar cast at the Attebury Theatre on 27 February.

Be captivated by Johan’s acoustic medley of “Play Me”, Canta Libre” and “The Grass Won’t Pay No Mind”, to mention but a few, and be transported back in time to that Hot August Night that has endeared Neil Diamond and his “Beautiful Noise” to all of us. A show not to be missed!

***please note: dinner from 7pm. show at 8.30pm

The World of Birds
Apr 19 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Nic Preen and The World of Birds







The World Of Birds is comprised of Cape Town musicians, Nicholas Preen (Al Bairre), Conor Paul McCarthy (Cute Couple) & Benjamin Samuel McCarthy (Oracles). Initially, the trio came together with the intention of launching Preen’s solo career, after a decent run as the lead singer of Al Bairre, one of South Africa’s brightest indie bands. The trio began a journey into the processes and mechanics of writing the modern-day pop hit that quickly sparked a song-writing chemistry, driven by their shared love for the classics and popular music across many genres.
Fresh from a recent tour of Europe in 2018 as well as performing at Rocking The Daisies and Lentedag in Pretoria. The band has recently released two chart topping singles in the form of ‘Having You’ and ‘Open Up’ managing to get playlist on Triple J in Australia.
See where the birds are flying on their Instagram @TheWorldOfBird !