Rock this holiday at Rock Lily

2016-12-22 06:01

ROCK Lily in St Francis Bay has a jam-packed programme for the festive season.

Gerald Clark will take to the stage on December 23, while The Brothers will entertain the crowd on December 26.

Tom James from the UK will perform on December 29 and the Lucas Reunion Band will end the year on a rocking note on December 30.

Kicking off the new year on January 6 is Jan Skank & The Roots. The music festival will come to an end with Stuart Reece performing on January 6.

Tickets for shows between December 23 and 30 cost R100 per person, while tickets for shows from January 3 to 6 cost R80 per person.

For more information, contact Rock Lily at 042 940 0174 or 083 444 3834. Alternatively, visit their Facebook Page. Rock Lily is situated at 56 Da Gama Road in Cape St Francis, opposite the Cape St Francis Resort.

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