The Maboneng precinct is really showing some amazing growth as it fast becomes a hub for live music and a melting pot for the various cultures of Jozi. The Seven Sounds Music Festival really is all about the music lovers and is an event where you can enjoy and appreciate a diverse collection of musical genres.
Taking place in the urban park Common Ground during the day on Saturday 30 May, Seven Sounds is the perfect addition to the thriving artistic community in the Maboneng Precinct. Gates open at 10am with a new sound being amplified each hour from 11 o’clock (and one at 11h30) onwards and conclude in the early evening, rounding down to a close at 5pm. The park is encircled by some great food vendors and a beautifully curated bar will keep festival-goers refreshed and hydrated.
Only 700 tickets will be available to this boutique festival experience.
Sound Zero – Gates open – 10h00
Sound One – Dave Baudains – 11h00
Sound Two – Yo Grapes – 11h30
Sound Three – The Urban Village – 12h00
Sound Four – Toya Delazy – 13h00
Sound Five – Arno Carstens – 14h00
Sound Six – Moonchild – 15h00
Sound Seven – Go Barefoot – 16h00
Tickets: R190 online or R250 at the gate.
No 13 17 year olds.
Children unde 12 enter for free with their adults.
Ample secure parking available.
Please note no food, drinks or pets through the gate.
2 Beacon Road
S 26° 12′ 5.321″
E 28° 3′ 26.877″