‘Music by the River’ next month

2015-05-20 06:00
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Several bands will perform at SPCA’s ‘Music by the River’ including (from left) Barry de Beer (bass for Gus Brown), Sachin Rampiara (KFC representative), Mavhinga Radebe and David    ‘Qadasi’ Jenkins (Qadasi), Lisa Warner (Crea

Photo: tania sandberg Several bands will perform at SPCA’s ‘Music by the River’ including (from left) Barry de Beer (bass for Gus Brown), Sachin Rampiara (KFC representative), Mavhinga Radebe and David ‘Qadasi’ Jenkins (Qadasi), Lisa Warner (Crea

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IN May 2014, Amanzimtoti SPCA hosted the first “Music by the River”, an event that proved to be very successful with more than 500 people taking part and raising R28 000 for the charity.

“This year we are hoping to repeat the success. We would love to go bigger and better,” said SPCA PRO Michele Hannan.

The music and family fun day will take place on Friday 29 May from 4pm until 10pm on the Amanzimtoti Civic Centre field.

“Thanks to Amanzimtoti KFC and Warner Beach KwikSpar, we have a fantastic line up of local­ bands to get you moving - The Hinds Brothers­, Sonic Roisin, The Kickstands, Fools of Fate, Gus Brown and Qadasi will take part. “We will have plenty of entertainment with fire dancers, a lumo tent and a jumping castle, sponsored by KZN Inflatables,” said Hannan.

Food and cool drinks will be on sale. People can bring alcohol. Entry is R60 per adult, R20 per child under 12 and pensioners and under three-year-olds enter free. Tickets available at Webticket at www.webt ickets.co.za/events/featured/music-by-the-river/1456825228 - Supplied

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