Gig Guide

2008-06-20 00:00


Seether will be performing at the Wavehouse in Durban, along with Stealing Love Jones, 12th Avenue and Perez. Tickets are available from

Computicket at 083 915 8000 or www.compu and outlets countrywide. For more information, check out: or

The Winter Solstice gathering takes place near nHluzane. Inquiries: 086 621 1270.

Cape Town’s indie rock band Taxi Violence, in

association with Grrit magazine, will be performing at the Red Door at 4 Quarry Road. Visit

Bandwagon will be performing at Coconut Willy’s from 8 pm until late. Inquiries: 083 556 9416.

Jammo will be performing at Collegians featuring a wide range of music from the sixties to the present day.

Pegasus Pub in Ashburton hosts the Three Must Have Beers. Potjiekos and boerewors rolls will be on sale. Inquiries: 083 532 4415.


Cape Town’s indie rock band Taxi Violence, in association with Grrit magazine, will be performing at Burn (Walls Avenue, Durban). Doors open at 8 pm. Entrance R40. Visit



Erin Fourie performs at Hebron Haven every Sunday over lunchtime.

The Liberty Midlands Mall and Big Beat Productions present Jammo in the first of a series of light entertainment sessions from 12.30 pm until 2.30 pm this Sunday in the fountain court.

Graham Faber will be performing at Pegasus Pub in Ashburton. Inquiries: 083 532 4415.


The Dave McMillan Band performs at Cafe Vacca Matta in Durban. Inquiries: 031 309 1643 or 083 742 5145 or visit


Ladies Night with Damon Beard of East Coast Radio at 8 pm — hosted by Bellissimo’s (Howick). Book now to avoid disappointment — contact Renetta at 033 330 7928. Cover charge: R50 per person. Light snacks will be provided.

Saxophonist Andrew Young returns to Durban for a concert with his band and joining him are a group of musicians from the KZNPO. The concert takes place during the Crest Fest in Hillcrest at 6.30 pm. Tickets are R50 for adults and children over 13 (under 13s are free), and R30 for pensioners, available from Hillcrest KwikSpar and Computicket. Merchandise will be available.

The Kick ’n Whistle hosts karaoke tonight with Jen and Gary. Inquiries: 033 342 3528.


Fern Hill Hotel presents karaoke by Delwyn every Thursday evening in the Cobwebs Pub on a Big screen. Entrance is free — there will be drinks and pub grub on special. For more details phone 033 330 5071.

Mike from Marshall Music will be performing mellow piano tunes at John Dory’s (Liberty Mall) from 6 pm. Inquiries: 033 342 3738.


June 27. The British Cultural and Heritage Association will be hosting a Best of British pub night with comedy and musical entertainment at 7 pm by Dave and Bernie of the Deez and Beez. The evening takes place at the Scottish Lodge at 25 Hunt Road in Glenwood, Durban. Dave and Bernie will perform a variety of well-known sixties songs followed by Tommy Cooper comedy sketches. Doors open at 7 pm. Dress code is smart-casual. Take your own picnic dinner. Ticket prices are R55 for members, R65 for non-members and special discounted tickets at R50 for block bookings for tables of 10. Inquiries: 031 202 6174.

June 28. The Ryan Calder Band is performing at Bellissimo’s in Howick. Dinner tables will be set out in the restaurant with an à la carte menu available. The band begins at 7.30 pm. Entrance is R20. Bookings at 033 330 7928. For more information visit

July 6. Pietermaritzburg SPCA presents John Gay and Friends with special guest Harry Talas in Turn Back the Hands of Time — acoustic jazz classics from Gershwin to Sinatra, at the Epworth Hall at 5.30 pm for 6 pm. R100 per person which includes dinner (tables of 10). Lucky draw prizes and safe parking. Book at the SPCA: 033 386 9267.

• To submit or change information, phone 079 887 5347 or e-mail before noon on Wednesday.

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