Cape Recife Festival boasts big names

2017-09-20 06:00
Matthew Mole is one of the artists who will perform at the Cape Recife Music Festival.Photo:THE FAMOUS FROUWS

Matthew Mole is one of the artists who will perform at the Cape Recife Music Festival.Photo:THE FAMOUS FROUWS

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NELSON Mandela Bay residents are in for a treat with the upcoming inaugural Cape Recife Music Festival which will feature an all-star line-up.

The festival, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality (NMBM), forms part of the annual gathering of South Africa’s single-fin longboard surfers at the Cobbles Classic.

Top artists such as Matthew Mole, Desmond and the Tutus, Farryl Purkiss, Charlie Finch, Too Many Chiefs, ZA’frotronixx and The Brothers, will be performing live at the festival which will take place within the pristine Cape Recife Nature Reserve.

“The Cape Recife Music Festival has been introduced as part of the natural growth of the Cobbles Classic and promises to be a fun-filled day for the whole family,” said event organiser Danie Brink.

Brink said festivalgoers can look forward to a wide variety of gourmet food from various food trucks.

According to him, the idea for the festival had grown out of the success of the Cobbles Classic, which celebrates ’60s style single-fin longboard surfing and the laid-back lifestyle that went with it.

The Cape Recife Music Festival will take place on Saturday between 12 noon and 8pm. Tickets at R125 per adult and R30 for children under 12 are available through quicket.co.za.

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