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City Hall Sessions turns up the heat with three-day minifest

Madala Kunene breaks it down. Photo by Rafs Mayet

City Hall Sessions brings the heat to Cape Town’s winter with its second line-up for 2012, starting on Thursday 5 July, with its final show on Saturday 7 July. The three day minifest of music will offer a range of voices and explore pieces from the jazz genre to contemporary African flavour. Continued…

June 26, 2012

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City Hall Sessions bring the heat this winter

Errol Dyers

City Hall Sessions brings the heat to Cape Town’s winter at the Cape Town City Hall.

The groundbreaking cross-genre concerts have evolved into a three-day ‘minifest’ of music. From jazz on Thursday, 5th July (featuring Silent Revolution Music, Errol Dyers, Khaya Mahlangu, Zolani Mahola and Morris Goldberg ) to an urban club line-up on Friday, 6th July with Closet Snare, starring Inge Beckmann, EJ von Lyrik, Bokani Dyer and performances by Joe Nina and MXO. On Saturday, City Hall Sessions present guitar icon Madala Kunene and a rare Cape Town performance by Caiphus Semenya.

When:
Thursday 5th July – 19h30

Friday 6th July – 20h00

Saturday 7th July – 20h00

Tickets prices range from R 40 to R 150, including substantial discounts for students.

Tickets can be purchased via Computicket from Friday, 22nd June.

Read more about the event on the City Hall Sessions website.

June 20, 2012

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