Date: 17 February 2019
Time: Doors open 5pm Music starts 6pm
Venue: Kirstenbosch Gardens, Cape Town
Tickets: R150 – R190 CLICK HERE TO BOOK
Real Wired Music presents Cape Town Folk n Acoustic Festival
The 13th instalment of the Cape Town Folk ‘n Acoustic Music Festivalfeatures an incredible line-up of South African folk and acoustic artists. The evening is set to be an experience of the finest musical storytelling from the personal journeys of some of South Africa’s finest singer-songwriters. [Please note that this event starts at 17h00]
The line-up is Ard Matthews, Arno Carstens, Femi Koya, Qadasi and Maqhinga, BYRNN, Keren Lindley, Jeremy Olivier, Ben Dey And The Concrete Lions, Manny Walters and AnecNote.
This Festival is dedicated to the memory of Philip Le Roux.
Gates to the concert area open at 16h00. The concert starts at 17h00 – 19h00.
Price: Adults: R190, Youth (6-21 years with ID): R150, Children under 6 years: Free
All concerts take place irrespective of rain. Regret no refunds are issued.
Please note that www.webtickets.co.za is our ONLY online ticketing partner. Kirstenbosch cannot guarantee that tickets purchased from third parties will be valid.
Arno Carstens, platinum selling singer songwriter and front man for cult rock band Springbok Nude Girls, has released multiple albums, with a string of successful singles and awards including “Best Rock Album” “Best Alternative Album” and “Song of the Year”. He has toured with INXS, U2 and the Rolling Stones and performed internationally at Glastonbury, Hard Rock Calling and VFestival. He’s been called “The godfather of South African Rock” by Mail & Guardian and Sunday Times have hailed him as “One of the most prolific songwriters and performers of our time”
Arno’s performance includes the hits from his career as front man of The Springbok Nude Girls, many of the beloved and most celebrated songs from his career as a platinum selling, award winning English solo artist and some popular cover tracks. Arno performs a bilingual set, and includes tracks from his debut Afrikaans album “Die Aandblom 13”