Music Fest attracts top class performers

2015-06-11 06:01
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JEFFREYS BAY will come to life with top performers this July.

The fourth annual Winter Music Festival, set to blow music lovers away, will take place at Jolly Dolphin from July 10 to 18 as part of the annual JBay Winterfest - amplifying the festival to a whole new note.

Jack Parow will kick off the music festivities on July 10, followed by Matthew Mole on July 11 and Shortstraw who will be all over the show on July 12.

A festival first is a special directors screening by Jon Savage of the newly relea-ses movie Stone Cold Jane Austen on July 14 for all the cult movie fans, hipsters and band crazy groupies.

Taxi Violence will make their appearance midweek on July 15 to keep the crowds going until the final weekend.

Catering for the electronic dance music fanatics, Jolly Dolphin will feature PHFat on July 17 and Grimehouse on on July 15, 17 and 18 - causing some foot stomping craziness.

Desmond and the Tutus will get the party rocking on July 18.

Tickets are available from Computicket. Full week passes can be purchased at R260.

For more information, visit their website at http://www.jollydolphin.co.za/ or their Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/events/578952572208421/. Alternatively, contact Rein Els at 042 2932624 or 072 980 8023

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