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DON’T MISS THIS: Acoustic music at Nirox Sculpture Park

Local talents performing at Nirox Sculpture Park on Saturday include duo act of Josie Field and Laurie Levine, Idols winner David van Vuuren, Andra, Shotgun Tori, Some Grow Young, Michael Lowman and The Black Cat Bones. 

Nirox Sculpture Park is nestled in the Cradle of Humankind, with its amphitheatre set to be the stage for Retrofest#1. 

The Epicurian Emporium – a collective of high-end food stalls from the burgeoning food and design market, with emphasis on healthy, naturally-sourced foods – will offer diverse culinary options for el-fresco lunch in the park. 

Concert-goers will be treated to a day of music, food, art and nature from 10am until the early evening.

WHERE Nirox Sculpture Park
WHEN Saturday April 12
INFO Tickets purchased on acousticsnow.org or webtickets.co.za cost R280, or R300 at the gate. Children under 12 pay half price. 

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