Concerts in the Park

R89 – R99

Date: 12 & 26 February 2023

Time: Sun 10am to 6pm

Venue address:
De Waal Park, Oranjezicht

Tel: +27 82 475 6187

The details

The next instalment of Concerts in the Park is a chance for the community to gather and enjoy local musical acts at De Waal Park on 12 & 26 February 2023.

The lineup for 13 Feb features:
- Prime Circle who are regarded as South African rock royalty with numerous awards, six studio albums which have achieved multi-platinum status, several chart-topping singles and sold-out tours to its name. Known as one of the most loved bands in the country, the group is also recognised on the international stage and has management in Germany.

- Jesse Clegg who is a South African singer-songwriter, guitarist and pianist, whose three studio albums, When I Wake Up, his 2011 follow up Life on Mars, and his latest, Things Unseen, have made Clegg a platinum-selling success in his home country.

- Lee Cole who has steadily been making his musical presence known, one pristinely produced pop song at a time. Raised in Joburg, Lee Cole first gained attention in 2017 through his cover of the hit ‘Akanamali’ which has garnered over 320,000 views on YouTube to date. That same year, Cole released his first string of songs which saw rotation on a selection of SA’s biggest radio stations.

The lineup for 26 Feb features:
- Jimmy Nevis who dominated the South African music charts in 2012 at the age of 19 with his smash hit single Elephant Shoes, since then he has become a much-loved household name in his native country.

- Emo Adams is a prominent South African singer and actor better recognized for his collaborative productions with Taliep Petersen and David Kramer. Besides, he is also renowned for his remarkable work on the Malan and Kie, SABC2 series.

This is a family-friendly event and dogs are welcome, although please note that outside drinks are not permitted on the day.

Concerts in the Park take place at one of Cape Town's most beloved public parks and is a chance for attendees to enjoy nature as well as a sense of unity as they listen to live music performed from the bandstand.

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