Local alternative lifestyle market a great success
THE first alternative lifestyle market at the small craft harbour in Richards Bay was hailed a success by those attending and by stall holders.
Organised by the Bobby Greenhash Foundation in collaboration with the City of uMhlathuze and the uMhlathuze Community Tourism Organisation, the market ran from 10am to 10pm on Saturday.
From live music to a fashion show, flea market, a kids’ jumping castle, and a yoga demonstration, there was something for everyone.
Local musical entertainment The Blind Sunrise performed during the day while The Meditators, brought in from Durban, rounded off the entertainment for the day.
ZO graphic artist Jarrett Onions was commissioned to paint the walls at the Bobby Greenhash Foundation in the run-up to their first market, which was hailed a success
The Blind Sunrise was one of the entertaining bands on the day. Brad Kortenbout (percussion), Bryan ‘Munch’ Keggie (bass and backing vocals), Darryl Hibbert (lead guitar and vocals) and Clair Landman (drums)
Grant Visagie and Dean Grobler came all the way from Ballito to sell their Gun Wax at the market
Food vendors, Denis Heymans and Jeanette Small and their Taste food truck ensured all who attended the market did not go hungry