Top acts to rock Jolly Dolphin this festive season

2018-12-13 06:01
Music-lovers can look forward to Locnville at Jolly Dolphin in Da Gama Street, Jeffreys Bay on December 18. Photo:SUPPLIED

Music-lovers can look forward to Locnville at Jolly Dolphin in Da Gama Street, Jeffreys Bay on December 18. Photo:SUPPLIED

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JOLLY Dolphin in Jeffreys Bay is set to rock with top performers from across South Africa.

First on the play list is the JBay Bash that will see eight top performers take over Jolly Dolphin from December 14 to December 20.

DJ Zee will entertain party-goers on December 14, while Jay will take to the stage on December 15. They will be followed by Jo Black on December 16, and Joe F on December 17.

Music-lovers can look forward to Locnville on December 18, and to Sketchy on December 19.

Bringing the JBay Bash line-up to an end are Juan Bouchner and Arno Jordaan on December 20.

Kicking of JBay Rocks - set to take over Jolly Dolphin from December 21 to 31, are Phfat and Bok van Blerk on December 21 and 22 respectively.

Touch of Class, Leah and Willem Botha will take to the stage on December 23, followed by Jack Parow on Decmeber 26.

Snotkop will take to the stage on December 27 and Jeremy Loops on December 28.

Chunda Munki, Theuns Jordaan and Die Heuwels Fantasties will entertain the crowd on December 29, 30 and 31 respectively.

Tickets for the JBay Bash are available at Quicknet, while tickets for the JBay Rocks are available at Computicket.

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