Brighten it up! Three music concerts to attend in Cape Town this weekend
Weekend Breakfast Host Sara-Jayne King shares her top three picks for this weekend and they’re all about music.
- Nothing to do this weekend? Sara-Jayne King Weekend Breakfast has some suggestions for you
- Every Saturday morning on her show, she features three exciting events or activities taking place in and around the city
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Afro-fusion group Abavuki performs live in Cape Town in concert which will also be broadcast online
Top Afro-fusion band Abavuki will share their music with local and international audiences via a global livestream on Saturday night at 7pm.
You can enjoy the catchy and contagious grooves as they celebrate their 20th anniversary this year.
Local fans are encouraged to purchase tickets to attend the physical concert on Saturday, June 12, 2021, at the exquisite Gallery 44 & Theater, following all Covid-19 regulations.
Fans from across South Africa, Africa and the rest of the world can purchase tickets for the hour-long live concert which takes place from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. South Africa time.
Tickets cost R100 and are on sale through Quicket here.
Jazz beats and roast buffet at Mynt Cafe in Camps Bay on Sundays
Popular Cape Town musician Richard Ceasar will host Jazz Beats at the Mynt Cafe in Camps Bay on Sunday June 13 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The menu includes a roast dish for R195 per person and a live music session by Richard Ceasar. Reservation is essential.
Ceasar is considered one of Cape Town’s premier jazz singers and guitarists, whose repertoire spans a wide range of genres including Latin, rock, pop, classical, jazz and swing.
Jazz singer Auriol Hayes pays homage to iconic women through song
Enjoy an evening with jazz singer Auriol Hayes from the comfort of your own home.
The concert features Hayes singing a mix of covers and some of her own compositions as she takes audiences on a journey through the voices of iconic women who have used their voices to make an impact and effect significant changes in the world. within their respective companies.
A portion of the proceeds from the online concert will be donated to the Dress For Success Cape Town organization, which helps empower women to enter the workplace with confidence.
Tickets cost R65 and are available on Quicket here.
Hayes was nominated for the SAMA and Mbokodo Jazz Awards. It opened for three-time award-winning musician and instrumentalist Ben Harper in 2019