Continued from page 1 THE first day’s programme includes performances by the Happy Feet line dancers, Aqua Rhythmic Gymnastics Club, duo’s Klawer and Wynand & Chereé, and The Triangles with their foot-tapping brand of “Boeremusiek”.Kouga’s new water mascot will also officially be named at the opening.The fun will continue from 08:00 on Saturday, with a variety of performances and activities leading up to the main concert at 18:00, featuring Willem Botha, Kurt Darren and Dr Victor & The Rasta Rebels. The MCs for the evening are Suidooster soapie stars Wade (actor Dean Smith) and Siya (actor Gantane Kusch).Praise and worship will take centre stage on Sunday, with evangelist Johnny Louw sharing a message from the Bible and music provded by the Victory Worship Band, the Dutch Reformed Church’s “Jubelkoor”, the Kouga municipal choir and various gospel artists.The makietie will wrap up from 13:00 to 15:00 with classical performances by Franz Geldenhuys, Menno Mostert and Petri van Blommenstein.Chief organiser, Leilani Coetsee, said ticket prices could be kept low thanks to the generous partial sponsorship of KIA through the Kwêla Town of the Year competition. Entry will also be free to anyone on the Sunday from 08:00 to 09:00. Tickets for the Friday and Sunday are R30 for adults, R20 for children under 12 and free for children under 3. Tickets for Saturday are R50 for adults, R30 for children and free for under threes. Tickets include access to the festival grounds and all shows.For information visit www.jeffreysbaai.com or contact Leilani on email@example.com or 084 681 3702.