5 awesome gigs to catch this weekend

Cape Town - It’s Friday! And if you don’t have any plans for the weekend yet, then look no further!

Whether you want to rock out or just chill out, we’ve got you covered.

We went in search of some music events that will make your weekend even sweeter.

Check them out here:

The Plastics
The Plastics are a psych pop band from Cape Town, South Africa. The band have released two EPs and three albums and have donned the main stage at Rocking The Daisies as well as a headlining slot at Oppikoppi. Catch them live at Café Roux in Noordhoek on Friday. Tickets cost R100. Click here for more info and to book your spot.

Mathew Gold
Mathew Gold burst onto the scene as the voice behind Goodluck’s hit single Taking It Easy in 2011. He has since had success with various number 1 hits and released his second self-titled album earlier this year. Catch him live at Café Roux in Cape Town on Saturday. Tickets cost R125. Click here for more info. 

Judith Sephuma
Shammah presents a Night of Praise – catch Judith Sephuma live for a night of worship as she delivers hit songs from her latest album offering, My Worship, at Rhema Kingdom Life Centre in Punda Maria Road, Tshifulanani, Lwamondo on Saturday. Tickets cost R200. Doors open at 18:00. Click here for more info and to book your spot.

River Republic
It’s time to chill next to the Breede River at this family friendly festival while listening to some awesome music. The festival is taking place from 24-26 November at Round the Bend Lodge, Breede River, Swellendam. Catch The Kiffness, Nomadic Orchestra, Ben Dey & the Concrete Lions, BRYNN, Brothers Remedy, Bam Bam Brown, Dave Knowles, Hans Zen, Jackal & The Wind, Los Tacos and more live. Click here for more info and to get your ticket.

Cape Summer Picnic 2017
Catch Lira, Tira & Sox, Kwesta, Dustruction Boyz, Naak Musiq and MC Somizi live at the Cape Town Ostrich Farm on Saturday. Gates open at 11:00 Join this picnic style event for the whole family. There will be a jumping castle for the kids. Tickets cost R180. Click here for more info and to book your spot.