Kirstenbosch Concerts 2015/2016

Kirstenbosch concertsThis is the schedule for the 2015/2016 season of concerts at Kirstenbosch Gardens. Tickets can be booked online at Webtickets. Book your favourites now because the good ones sell out long in advance.

To ensure the experience is enjoyable for all, please abide by these guidelines. The list starts with litter and ends with litter. There is a reason for that, people seem to forget there are no bins provided, you are meant to take your litter away with you.

Dos and Don’ts

  • Do take all your litter home, the concert venue is bin-free.
  • Do leave the garden by 20h00.
  • Do respect the peace and cleanliness of adjacent residential areas when leaving.
  • Do bring low chairs only.
  • Don’t smoke in the audience.
  • Don’t bring high deckchairs that obstruct the view of the stage.
  • Don’t climb on the stage or enter flower beds.
  • Don’t leave litter in our World Heritage Site.
22 Nov 2015 Freshlyground (R150)
29 Nov 2015 Zonke Dikana (R150)
06 Dec 2015 Arno Carstens (R150)
13 Dec 2015 Mango Groove (R150)
17, 18, 19, 20 Dec Carols at Kirstenbosch
27 Dec 2015 Jimmy Nevis (R150)
31 Dec 2015 New Year’s Eve concert: Jeremy Loops / Grassy Spark
03 Jan 2016 The Parlotones (R175)
10 Jan 2016 Prime Circle (R150)
17 Jan 2016 Karen Zoid and Francois van Coke (R150)
24 Jan 2016 Mi Casa (R150)
31 Jan 2016 The Soil (R150)
07 Feb 2016 Cape Town Folk ‘n Acoustic Music Festival (R150)
14 Feb 2016 Matthew Mole / Rubber Duc (R150)
21 Feb 2016 Goldfish (R150)
28 Feb 2016 The Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra (R150)
06 Mar 2016 Shortstraw / The Plastics (R110)
13 Mar 2016 Al Bairre / Bye Beneco (R110)
20 Mar 2016 Zebra & Giraffe / Monark (R110)
21 Mar 2016 Fundraiser: Performer to be confirmed
27 Mar 2016 Beatenberg / John Wizards (R150)
03 Apr 2016 December Streets  / The Vanilla (R110)

Gates open at 16h00.  Concerts are held between 17h15 / 17h30 and 19h00 and go ahead irrespective of rain.  No refunds are issued.

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More info at the SANBI website.

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