Chill with Jack Parow and Francois van Coke on the lawn this weekend

Francois van Coke. (Photo: Allister Christie)
Francois van Coke. (Photo: Allister Christie)

UPDATE: It has been a week of heavy rains in Joburg. Just as it looked like weather would clear up for a beautiful weekend and there would be enough time to dry out the venue so Large On The Lawn can take place, without damaging the beautiful park, reports have come in that rains will continue well into the weekend. Large On The Lawn as an outdoor event unfortunately has to postpone the Jack Parow and Francois van Coke event for Sunday 26 February due to the rain forecast, but we’ll bring them back on Sunday 25 June!

Ticket buyers can use their 26 February tickets for the Jack Parow and Francois Van Coke Large On The Lawn concert on 25 June or use them for the next Large On The Lawn event for Sunday 26 March which will host South African music icons Mango Groove and Indie favourites Al Bairre. Ticket transfers are limited to one event only.

Cape Town - Last month the first Large On The Lawn, Johannesburg’s new summer concert series, hosted a SOLD OUT event with 4000 music fans taking over Golden Harvest Park in Randburg. 

The 2nd instalment will see another stellar event take over the park with Afrikaans favourites Jack Parow and Francois van Coke performing at Large On The Lawn on Sunday 26 February.

Large on the Lawn event info:

Sunday 26 February – Jack Parow and Francois van Coke
Address: Golden Harvest Park, First Road, Randburg, 2169
GPS: 26.065955 |  27.954065
Time: Gates Open at 13:00 / Show ends at 17:00

Tickets (excluding ticketing service fee):
General Admission: Adults - R150 (excl ticketing fees)
General Admission: Teens 17-13 - R125 (excl ticketing fees)
General Admission: Kids 12-3 - R85 (excl ticketing fees)
Children 3 and under are free.

Click here to book your spot.

For more info visit the Large on the Lawn website, Facebook page, Twitter or Instagram.

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