Bass … Brazilian bass … Plus a touch of techno and afro-house too
8 Amazing Local Acts (Oh And The Cure) Performing At Rock On The Lawns
This music festival is about more than The Cure! Besides music there’s also gourmet food trucks, a beer garden and rock n roll
The Cure have been Indie pop and rock icons since 1978, and ever since we announced that they’re playing Rock on the Lawns, the festival has become all about them. While The Cure is playing here to celebrate their 40th anniversary, it’s important not to get lost in The Cure mania. there are other, local acts playing the festival, and they’re not too bad themselves.
Here you can check out those local acts, to remind yourself what they’re all about and to get in the mood for this electric event taking place on 21 March 2019 at Kenilworth Racecourse.
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FED AND JUICED FOR THE LONG HAUL
Music festivals are all-day affairs and you need to stay fed and … ahem … hydrated. The one-day celebration of rock n roll will be topped up with beer gardens and gourmet food trucks, plus plenty of parking and facilities. Note that no children under three are allowed at the event. No children under-14 without a guardian. Children under-12 are not allowed in the Golden Circle area.
TICKETS TO ROCK ON THE LAWNS 2019
General admission tickets cost R495pp and Golden Circle tickets cost R895pp.
Love music? Catch it local, lekker and live.
Rediscover Cape Town’s rock scene.
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