Enjoy the ATKV Oesfees with Ladysmith Black Mambazo legends

2017-03-20 14:32 - Boipelo Mokgothu
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Cape Town  - Which other harvest will bring you the Legendary Ladysmith Black Mambazo? Well AKTV Oesfess is celebrating its 10th annual and successful wine harvest and these legends will be performing.

Franschhoek Valley is known for its rich and lively music culture, the local Music van de Caab project seeks to preserve and develop diverse musical heritage of the rural Cape. So expect a lot of vibey music and cool jamming at this festival.

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This is a great opportunity to join workers of the valley and enjoy the beautiful afternoon with your family, while savouring the food and wine and dancing along to the music.

What you need to know

When: 25 March

Where: Solms Delta Wine Estate, Franschhoek Valley

Tickets: General access is R120. For bookings, click here

Highlights: Performance by Grammy winning, Ladysmith Black Mabazo

Alongside Lady BlackSmith there will be Radio Kalahari Orkes, Manouche, Nick Turner, Riku Lätti, Bacchus Nel, Jackie Lätti and. Hannes Coetzee and  A special  perform at by the African Jazz Pioneers.

“When we launched the ATKV Oesfees in 2008, we were not sure how it would turn out. But the celebration turned out better than we could have dreamt and the festival just keeps on growing. We proudly share our love for everything that unites us in this beautiful land, with our music and food and wine, and our deepest and best hopes for the years to come,” says Mark Solms from Solms-Delta says.

Traditional food and excellent wines from the Solms-Delta farm will be on sale. There will be a special area for kids, managed by a professional events company, Cre8tive Kids. Children are registered and are looked after inside a specially fenced, safe area. They can look forward to playful activities all day.

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