Enjoy music fest

2018-12-13 06:02
The Parlotones will make a turn at Mentorskraal in Jeffreys Bay on December 30.                                       Photo:SUPPLIED

The Parlotones will make a turn at Mentorskraal in Jeffreys Bay on December 30. Photo:SUPPLIED

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KOUGA will be abuzz with top music acts this festive season.

The hello! Summer Music Fest, presented by Rock Lily, is set to take place from December 15 to January 5 next year.

Kicking off the music festivities on December 15 is the Reggae Festival at St Francis Brewing Co.

Music-lovers can also look forward to Matthew Mole on December 19, Basson Laubscher & the Violent Free Peace Band on December 21 and Auldfield (Wendy Oldfield and Robin Auld) on December 22.

They will be followed by Albert Frost on December 23.

Also set to entertain audience members are Sean Kock on December 26, Jesse Clegg on January 2 and Pretty & The Just on January 4.

All set to perform at St Francis Brewing Co.

St Francis Links will be home to Watershed on December 27 and Clint & Co (Creedence Clearwater Rival Tribute) on January 5.

Potter’s Place in Jeffreys Bay will be abuzz with music festivities: Chris Chameleon on December 22 and 23, Jack and June on December 26 and Piet Botha with Jake Gunn and Jonathan Martin on December 28.

The Boo! Band will perform at the River Kaya at Krom River on December 28, while the Parlotones will make a turn at Mentorskraal in Jeffreys Bay on December 30.

Tickets for the different shows are available at www.quicknet.co.za

For more information, contact Mike Kimmings at 083 444 3834.

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