Cape Town Music Guide – 30Sept


The first Rocktoberfest to be held in South Africa will be headlined by local rock legends, Springbok Nude Girls. The group has opened for U2 on their South African tour in 2011 and has performed sold-out shows all over the country. Also on the line up; Pebbleman, Kiss The Sky, Southern Wild and McCree.

1 October @ 6pm


Hillcrest Quarry, Tygerberg Valley Road, Durbanville

Tel: (021) 976 4959


A Night to Remember

A one night only gala concert where Majozi, Vicky Sampson, Dance For All, Cape Welsh Choir, Zip Zap Circus and the New Apostolic Church Children`s Choir perform to raise funds for the music therapy programme at Red Cross Children`s War Memorial Hospital. The concert is directed by Aviva Pelham and compered by Nick Rabinowitz.

4 October @ 7:30pm

R300 – R400

Artscape Theatre, DF Malan Street, Foreshore, Cape Town

Tel: (021) 410 9800


Rocking The Daisies

Experience their electric on-stage performance and magical blend of South African Marabi, Kwela and pop influences, together with the voice and presence of Claire Johnston and the evocative sound of the penny-whistle. With 250 acts to announce between now and October, the festival brightens your week by giving you artist drops every Monday over the next eight weeks. #RockingMondays.

6 – 9 October

R50 – R750

Cloof Wine Estate, R315, Darling

Tel: (021) 246 5923 / 079 0568625


Society Fridays

Society Friday’s is all things music. From the best deep house bass lines to some rolling techno, we play it all. If commercial music doesn’t tickle your fancy then Friday nights at Tiger are for you! With guest DJ’s weekly from all over. SA and occasionally the coolest internationals. 

Every Friday @ 9pm

Tiger Tiger, 103 Main Road, Claremont


Tiger Tiger Saturdays

Tiger Saturday’s are all about friends, drinks and making memories. Our resident has all the best hits from old school to current to make sure it’s a fun vibe for everyone.

Every Saturday

Tiger Tiger, 103 Main Road, Claremont