Food Family Fun_Computicket website_originalJoin in the fun at the Shongweni Farmer’s & Craft Market on Thursday, June 16 (Youth Day) for what promises to be the perfect family outing, with good food, live music and loads of vibrant market stalls.

Running from 10am to 5pm, the line-up includes Rubber Duc whose quirky and catchy songs have taken the South African music scene by storm, as well as The Lectric Monks, a vibey, upbeat folk band from Pretoria that’s guaranteed to make you want to get up and dance.

Also on the bill are crowd-pleasers Black Whiskey, acoustic duo Qadasi & Maqinga performing a fusion of maskandi and folk, and to top it all off, the Celtic sounds of the 1 Med Pipe Band.

With its charming country setting, the venue is just half an hour from Durban and offers large covered seating areas, lush open spaces and fantastic views of Kirk Falls.  There will also be a fun kids zone, as well as a wide variety of stalls selling delicious artisan food and beverages.

Advance tickets are available at Computicket, which has outlets around the country including the Money Market counters at all Shoprite, Checkers and Checkers Hyper stores.  You can also buy your tickets online here or via the Computicket Call Centre at 0861 915 8000.  Tickets will also be on sale at the Shongweni Market every Saturday leading up to the event.

Advance tickets: Adults R70 | Kids U12 R30
Gate tickets on the day: Adults R100 | Kids U12 R30
(Children under four get in free)

Gates open at 9am.  No food, beverages or chairs may be brought into the venue, but blankets are welcome.  For more information, contact 031 563 0824 or 082 892 6176.

Join the Facebook event page here and download directions to the venue here.

10:00    Qadasi & Maqhinga
11:00    The Lectric Monks
12:00    1 Med Pipe Band
12:30    Rubber Duc
14:00    1 Med Pipe Band
14:30    Black Whiskey
16:00    DJ / Background Music

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Not to be missed at FOOD FAMILY FUN on Thursday, June 16 is Rubber Duc, the hugely popular Johannesburg folk-swing-hop outfit whose cheerful, catchy melodies and quirky lyrics have taken the South African music scene by storm!

Kevin Sawyer captured some fun moments at Shongweni Market’s ‘Food Music Freedom’ event on 27 April 2016.

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