Sizzler of a show on again

The Rockets will be among the acts bringing the heat at this year’s Hot Summer Groove concert.
The Rockets will be among the acts bringing the heat at this year’s Hot Summer Groove concert.

After the sell-out success of last year’s Hot Summer Groove show, People’s Post and Tyger­Burger will be bringing Cape Town’s favourite stars to the Grand Arena stage again on Saturday 5 December.

This year’s summer celebration features HemelBesem, Emo Adams and the Take Note Band, the Rockets, Dr Victor and the Rasta Rebels and Soli Philander.

Hot Summer Groove is a lively show for the whole family. The audience will be taken on a musical joyride filled with surprises along the way. Guests are encouraged to come dressed in red, yellow and white, to match the sizzling Hot Summer Groove theme. V Tickets for this year’s Hot Summer Groove concert at GrandWest’s Grand Arena start at R150 each and are available from Computicket. Doors will open on Saturday 5 December at 18:30 and the show starts at 19:30.

After the sell-out success of last year’s Hot Summer Groove show, People’s Post and Tyger­Burger will be bringing Cape Town’s favourite stars to the stage again.

This year’s summer celebration features HemelBesem, Emo Adams and the Take Note Band, the Rockets, Dr Victor and the Rasta Rebels and Soli Philander.

Hot Summer Groove is a lively show for the whole family. The audience will be taken on a musical joyride filled with surprises along the way. Guests are encouraged to come dressed in red, yellow and white, to match the sizzling Hot Summer Groove theme. V Tickets for this year’s Hot Summer Groove concert at GrandWest’s Grand Arena start at R150 each and are available from Computicket. Doors will open on Saturday 5 December at 18:30 and the show starts at 19:30.


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