Lovers of rocking good music can look forward to a special fund raising concert at Kirstenbosch on the public holiday of Thursday March 21. The bill will be topped by local rock legends Prime Circle.
This longer than usual concert (5pm to 7pm) will feature not only this popular group, but with an opener of Dan Patklansky blues fans should be delighted too.
Stronger than ever after 11 years in the game, Prime Circle has just delivered their fifth album to fans. ‘Evidence’ is already making waves and having completed a countrywide tour to promote the album, the band will be off to launch it in Europe in April. The first single, ‘Time Kills Us All’, heralds a new chapter in the phenomenon that is Prime Circle and the second single and title track has created another huge following.
As a fund raiser for the Kirstenbosch Centenary events this concert is certain to have Prime Circle fans rushing for tickets and, judging by previous attendance at their December 2012 concert, should be an early sellout.
Opening act Dan Patlansky gives blues fans good reason to spend a lazy evening enjoying his legendary riffs. To achieve legend-status as a Blues-musician at the age of 30 is almost unheard of and Dan Patlansky is such an artist.
So, pack a picnic basket, head off to the Garden and enjoy Human Rights Day in the company of some of South Africa’s top musicians.
Five lucky readers can win double tickets to the Kirstenbosch Centenary fundraising concert. Send your name and “Prime Circle” in the subject line in an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org before 10am on Wednesday March 20. or tell us which is your favourite Prime Circle song via Facebook below.