Feb 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Dynamic and flamboyant guitarist/vocalist Eric Omba Yindje hails from the DRC and was born in the heart of Katakokombe. Together with South African percussionist Anthony Stroebel on djembe, cajon and darbuka (as well as a couple of other weird and wonderful perc toys!) and further accompanied by backing vocals, trumpet, drums and bass, the world music flavour of Bushfire covers a vast array of eclectic styles, rooted in Central African, Cuban and Reggae themes, with fresh unexpected paths of departure from time to time. This is a high-energy Afrorumba journey, balanced with soulful side streets and tributaries. Bushfire are: Eric Omba – Guitar and Vocals Anthony Stroebel – Percussion Tresor Peta – Harmonies and Dance Mbala – Drums Nzinga Lenga – Bass


Rock Steady – All you need is love!
Feb 14 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Rock Steady Valentines Day Special






RockSteady, the band that pays tribute to “The Women of Rock”, are back with another power packed show. This one, aptly named for Valentines Day, “All you need is love”.

Most songs we know are in some way or another about love and “All you need is Love” brings the audience love in all its forms. Perfect love, lusty love, love that hurts, that ‘cant live without you’ love and any other type of love you can sing about. Join us on Valentines Day…you will ‘love’ it!



The Show must go on – A Tribute to Queen
Feb 15 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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A tribute to the music of Queen is truly a trip through various emotions and feelings. Come see, hear and enjoy a proverbial festival through the highlights of Queen’s iconic musical career. Fronting this outfit with powerful rock vocals and hoping to pay homage to the incomparable Freddie Mercury, his favorite vocalist of all time, is Mark Haze.

Expect to hear the famous flaming Brian May guitar sounds and solos as well as the ‘Under Pressure’ grooves of the Steyn Family Band – the same band who brought you ‘Elvis on my Mind with Nicholis Louw’.

Come and enjoy the hits that shaped a generation with tracks like, “We Will Rock You”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Another one bites the dust” and many more!

The Show Must Go On… and so it does.


Qadasi & Maqhinga
Feb 16 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Hailing from Empangeni in the heart of Zululand, Qadasi and Maqhinga are an acoustic duo on a quest to revive the powerful sounds of traditional Maskandi music. Both professional musicians in their own right and sharing the same vision, joining forces has resulted in an international caliber of music which represents the heart and soul of South African roots music.

David Jenkins, also known as Qadasi, is an accomplished Maskandi guitarist, concertina and banjo player who developed a deep passion for Zulu culture and music at a young age.

This interest grew exponentially over the years, and as a result, his love for traditional music was born.

After matriculating in 2010, Qadasi released his first studio album under record label, Sande Entertainment headed by Sibongiseni Shabalala of four-time Grammy Award winning group, Ladysmith Black Mambazo. His second album, released in 2014, has since been nominated for a SAMA (South African Music Award) and SATMA (South African Traditional Music Award). Qadasi was also recently honoured to receive a KwaZulu Natal Young Achievers Award for ‘social cohesion through Maskandi.’

Maqhinga Radebe began his career as a Maskandi musician in the mid 80’s and has received numerous awards for his amazing musical skills, which also include SAMA and SATMA Award nominations.

Well travelled, he has performed to audiences in several countries, including Zimbabwe, England and the USA and throughout Southern Africa, sharing stages with top artists such as Hugh Masekela, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Phuzekhemisi and Soul Brothers, to name a few.

He is presently most well known for his key role as the guitarist in popular Maskandi group, Shabalala Rhythm.

David first met Maqhinga in Durban in early 2010 when enquiring about a concertina tuner. After a ‘jam session’, thus began their story and the two have become firm friends, with Maqhinga taking the role of music director and producer of David’s first solo projects.

The talented musicians later decided to join forces after realizing the musical potential that was possible by combining their artistry.

Over the past several years, the two of them have travelled home and abroad with their eclectic fusion, taking it to audiences in the UK, Europe, Asia, and throughout South Africa, and are thrilled to have released their long awaited collaborative album titled, “Lashis’ Ilanga” – an organic, acoustic fusion of traditional Maskandi and western folk music. This was nominated for a 2017 SAMA Award for Best Traditional Album.

Aside from promoting Zulu culture, traditional music and social cohesion, the duo have also been actively involved in rhino conservation, working alongside the Kingsley Holgate foundation and Project Rhino KZN as rhino ambassadors.

There is much excitement in the promise of what lies ahead for this Maskandi duo which is continuing in the steps of this powerful genre’s icons.


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.


EXPLORING CONSCIOUSNESS Anna Breytenbachs – The Animal Communicator @ 6pm
Feb 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

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

Join us for an enlightening evening….pre-book your tickets online, have an optional early supper / drink (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 5pm if you will be eating.

The Animal Communicator.

Can we really communicate with animals? Where does animal communication come from? Are we all able to ‘tune in’?

Meet Anna Breytenbach and other animal communicators showing how their intuition leads them to the tracking and understanding of wild animals. This Foster Brothers documentary, touches the hearts of local animals and people. It shows how through intuitive communication we feel compassion, understanding and connection to all beings.

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

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.

Listen to this –>



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

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 cafe Roux Noordhoek 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 & play on your phone –  GAMES NIGHT.

 Forget the usual suspects like Pictionary and Scrabble and join us to experience all new Internationally award winning games. (Insert names of some of the games to be played). All games played will be available to buy afterwards. 

 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 (kids must be 16 or older).

Also feel free to come on your own, or as a couple and join up with other people to make up a table to play the games. 

 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 



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

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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, Send in the Clowns, and many more.



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

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

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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.


Raised listening to Neil Young and Joan Beaz, trained classically at UCT, and with nearly 20 years spent performing around South Africa and Europe, Jennifer Eaves is a musical enigma. Morphing between classical musician, celtic, and Folk story teller, Jennifer has immersed herself in the world of emotive songwriting.

With her 2 previous albums “Braiding the Silence”(2006) and “Land of Lonely”(2011) in her pocket, Jennifer launched her full length studio album “Half of You” in May 2019 which tells stories from the road, the heart, and the home. It will take you on a journey of what it means to be human, to be present in our own lives, and the world around us.

Jennifer has performed at the 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017 versions of the Cape Town Folk & Acoustic Festival, held at the Baxter and Kirstenbosch respectively as well as other local and national festivals. Selling out listening venues both as a solo artist and as a part of the stunning Jenny and the Jameses trio which incorporates, traditional folk and bluegrass together with Jennifer’s solo material.


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


Nik Rabinowitz – Work in Progress
Mar 26 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Nik Rabinowitz is working on a new show! It’s a hilarious, rollicking adventure through… something. Probably something personal. Maybe politics? There’s definitely going to be a joke about Romania in there. He’s still working out the details. At least he has a title. Kind of. It might change. What he does have is the certainty that whatever the new show ends up being about, it’s going to be a side-splitter. Or possibly a dark exploration of his childhood traumas. At this point, anything is possible.



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”


Justin Serrao and Red Tape Riot
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm


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Justin Serrao is not just your average singer-songwriter. At the age of 27, Justin is a festival promoter,  PR specialist, studio producer, multi-instrumentalist, live performer, strategic networker, successful music business entrepreneur and all-round nice guy! Having played in several bands since 2001, Justin has settled into a comfortable niche space that no other SA artist is presently dominating in. He describes his music as a fusion of acoustic and country rock. Aside from powerful originals, Justin has a massive repertoire of familiar current Top 40 hits that he’s cleverly transformed from commercial pop or dance tracks, into foot stomping country versions. Country music has its roots in string, banjo, harmonica or guitar-accompanied sound from South and Western American folk music, usually vocalised in harmonies, with a mix of powerful melodic ballads and foot-stomping show thumpers. What makes Justin’s take on this genre so unique is that he extends his vocal range from a bass to a tenor with a fierce ease, and the fact that he fuses a genre that was popularised in 1920’s America, with modern-day pop.

Listen to this Justin Serrao —> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iExCG51EIYM

Red Tape Riot  would describe their music as Groove-Pop, an evolution of all the band member’s influences that range from the post-punk sounds of the 80’s, to the swagger of Arctic Monkeys and The Cure, through to elements of Incubus, Dire Straits, 2 Door Cinema Club, and everything in between. Culminating into an altogether unique foot tapping contrast between heartfelt melodies and strong party grooves.

Red Tape Riot has been earmarked as one of the most exciting additions to the South African music industry since forming in 2012. Over the last 4 years they have cemented themselves into the South African live performance scene, and have created a loyal and steadily growing fan base

Listen to this  Red Tape Riot —> https://soundcloud.com/red-tape-riot


Conscious Parenting Talk
Apr 2 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Conscious Parenting Talk







Being a conscious parent is a journey of self reflection, awareness and most importantly commitment. It is a never ending journey that brings the gifts of personal growth, truth, authenticity and presence. To be a conscious parent is to hold space for your child to grow into themselves emotionally, physically and mentally.  It is the raising of open, honest and responsible individuals.


Raising a child is a sacred mission which can be particularity difficult in these chaotic and challenging times.  Conscious parenting asks that we recognise the needs of our children and what they require to develop, thrive and become the very best version of themselves. With so much conflicting information, opinions and beliefs it can be difficult to see the wood from the trees.  Its time for us as parents to step out of the traditional box of parental thinking and reframe what we think our children need.

For nearly 20 years Kate Spreckley has been working with parents to shift and change how we parent and educate our children.  In this informative discussion she will explain the different developmental stages of your child’s life and how you can effectively support and navigate these stages.

A coach, energy practitioner, speaker and facilitator Kate utilizes her natural skills and abilities to guide and support those who are in search of healing, growth and transformation.


Barry Hilton
Apr 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Barry Hilton







With his career spanning a whopping three decades and six continents, Barry Hilton is undoubtedly one of South Africa’s favourite comedians and a firm favourite worldwide. He’s thrilled audiences in Australia (at the Sydney Opera House), America, Canada, the UK, Singapore, New Zealand, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and across Africa.

Despite his great international appeal, Barry’s humour always comes with an unmistakably local flavour. Good, clean, family-friendly comedy, dished out in generous helpings, will keep you coming back for seconds, thirds and some more for dessert. Catch him in action, and at his hilarious best in Noordhoek at the cafe Roux on the 4th April.

Barry’s observational comedy is made up of one thing and one thing only: funny. No need for vulgarity, malice or personal attacks, but rather just a unique and entertaining view of the funny and fascinating aspects that make up a uniquely South African society – all presented in his trademark style that keeps an audience on the edge of their seats, constantly wanting more.

It comes as no surprise that Barry was awarded the Lifetime Achiever Award by local comedians at the annual Comic’s Choice Awards. He is unflinching in his professionalism, his dedication to clean, accessible humour and he is guaranteed to lighten up even the cloudiest of days.

So make you sure you don’t’ miss this opportunity to see one of the very best comedians – in South Africa and the whole world.

• “Explosive, Universal and Very Funny,” Jami Gong of the TakeOut Comedy Club Hong Kong

• “Barry seamlessly transcends cultural boundaries and appeals to an international audience,” Umar Rana, Founder, Comedy Masala Singapore

• “A master comedian, Barry Hilton owns the stage,” Grant Ferris of the Laughter Lounge in Dublin


Luna Paige
Apr 10 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Luna Paige & her band bring you the music from her  album. “Borders and Beyond”, showing off every aspect of the local singer & songwriters beautifully textured voice & fine-tuned song writing skills. With sweeping melodies, mixed with quiet uncomplicated moments, “Borders and Beyond” is reminiscent of old style epic movie soundtracks. From moments of inspiration, to cheekiness & sometimes heart wrenching longing, Luna shows off her sultry voice…in the best way possible” (Louisa Steyl, Tygerburger, 05/14). Joining her on stage are SA’s top musicians Schalk Joubert on bass & Kevin Gibson on drums. Luna accompanies herself on piano & acoustic guitar. Have a listen….http://tinyurl.com/o4sv38o


Apr 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm



Clout’s first and biggest hit, ‘Substitute’, was a new arrangement of a The Righteous Brothers song, composed by Willie Wilson. In 1978, their version reached No. 1 in South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Austria, Denmark and Belgium. It also reached No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart and remained in the UK charts for 15 weeks. ‘Substitute’ reached No. 67 on the USA Billboard Hot 100.

 Due to sanctions against South African artists and performers by UK’s Equity at the time, the BBC’s Top of the PopsTV programme acquired a video clip from the Netherlands to present the hit song for its top ten countdown.

A major success in Europe, Clout scored more Top 10 singles, notably ‘Save Me’, ‘You’ve Got All of Me’ and ‘Under Fire’.

 Clout split up in 1981, shortly after the release of their last major single, a re-arrangement of the Hall and Oates song ‘Portable Radio’.

 In 1992, their greatest hits package was released on CD, and it was re-mastered as The Best of Clout in 2010.

 2005 saw the band re-uniting after lead singer, Cindy Alter, returned to South Africa after spending 15 years in Los Angeles, USA. A new album, ‘Since They’ve Been Gone’ was released, which contained reworked versions of four of the band’s hits as well as new material. The album was supported by a 12 month tour across South Africa. The reunion saw all the members join forces apart from Lee Tomlinson (now Guy) and Ron Brettell. 

 In 2015, Cindy and Glenda made a number of guest appearances as a duo and played a number of charity gigs. 2017 saw a full reunion which was performed at a benefit concert in Johannesburg. Due to popular demand, the band, now including Alistair Coakley, but without Sandy, Lee and Jenny, are in the process of planning an international tour to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the release of ‘Substitute’ in 2018. 

PLEASE NOTE: Dinner is served from 6:30/7pm, the show starts at 8:30pm.

Craig Lucas (Winner of The Voice SA S2)
Apr 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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South Africa’s first season of The Voice SA in 2016 inspired many people to break out of their comfort zones and risk pursuing music as a career. Craig Lucas (24) from Elsiesrivier in Cape Town is a graduate in Economics and Politics at UCT, but despite a promising career ahead of him in the corporate world, Craig has always secretly loved singing. He made a promise to his mother that he would finish his degree first before staring on a road to music, and boldly took the plunge to come to The Voice SA, despite never having sung in front of so many people before. His blistering version of The Animals House of the Rising Sun was enough for all four of the coaches to press their buzzers and despite some serious pleas, Craig chose Kahn Morbee the first coach to turn for him as his coach.

The singer went on to win the coveted title in the shows second edition and Craig immediately signed a lucrative record deal with Universal Music. 


Apr 17 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm








In April of 2017 top Cape Town 90’s noise-pop Band The Dollyrockers reformed for two hugely popular shows at The Grand Daddy and Jason’s.The band was made up of previous core members, Greg Donnelly (Vocals, Guitar), Anthony Bull (Bass), Arnold Vermaak ((Drums) Stuart Crawford-Browne (now of UK band Kilter – Guitar) and ‘Lonesome’Dave Ferguson (Harmonica).

Formed from the ashes of Penguins In Bondage and Attic Muse, the band preceded the South African rock explosion of the nineties with their own brand of noise-pop that produced songs like ‘Suicide Annie’, ‘Ziggy Played Bizarre’ and ‘Walk Right Through Me’. They carved their mark into the South African musical landscape with strong performances around the country both on the alternative club scene and at various music festivals.

In their existence, the band released 3 full length albums ‘The Dollyrockers’, ‘Glory Glory’ and ‘The Heat’, as well as the vinyl e.p. ‘Consume Me’ – all produced by their former guitarist, Pitchie Rommelaere.

Songs like ‘Ziggy Played Bizarre’ and ‘Suicide Annie’ rose to the top of Barney Simon’s Alternative Charts. ‘Book I Write’ was included on a KFM cd compilation and all of this was achieved before local quotas existed on South African radio playlists.

Their songs have been used in soundtracks for movies such as ‘Once Upon A Roadtrip’ and ‘Twist’. The band also penned the theme song for TV series, ‘Couch Trip’ and ‘Sleepy Town’ was used in the TV series, ‘Going Nowhere Slowly’. Lovesong’ off their final album was listed on the 1001 South African Songs You Must Hear Before You Go Deaf.

After their hugely successful reunion shows they were approached by One F Music, run by the legendary Paul Riekert of Battery 9 and David Sass, to release a double cd retrospective called ‘Dive – A Collection’. CD1 consisted of studio material which was all remastered by Paul and CD2 consisted of live material from various shows and included the hard-to-find ‘Live At The Playground’ recordings which were only ever previously released on cassette. These recordings are a real snapshot into the world of the Cape Town live music scene of the Nineties and they also received the remastering treatment from Paul. The band also released a limited edition 7” vinyl consisting of ‘Suicide Annie’ and ‘Lovesong’.