Matthew Mole to perform at valley outdoor stage

2016-10-27 06:00

The Valley Market is excited to be doing a pop up market at the next “bigger and better” Valley Concert!

The concert is to be held at Hopewell Conservation Estate on Sunday, October 30th with Matthew Mole to perform.

There will be an array of local artisanal food stalls, Ben Koppen Craft Beers, some of South Africa’s best wines and a play area for the kids. The Valley Concert is modelled on the ever popular Summer Night Concerts in Kirstenbosch, where crowds picnic in a natural amphitheatre to listen to music talent.

Hopewell has a similar setting with beautiful views and sounds of nature. Organizers have built a permanent outdoor stage for the Valley Concerts and for future outdoor events.

Tickets can be purchased at Love Story offices (30 Albany Road) or at the gate on Sunday at Hopewell Conservation Estate.

  • For more information please contact Julia Ellish at 076 731 9535.

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