S­tra­w­ber­ry Fe­s­ti­val the swee­test ho­li­day tre­at

George Herald - - NEWS -

Start the ho­li­days on a sweet no­te at the S­tra­w­ber­ry Fe­s­ti­val, pre­sen­ted by Ola on 30 Sep­tem­ber and 1 Oc­to­ber at Red­ber­ry Farm in Ge­or­ge, with a jam-pac­ked fa­mi­ly pro­gram­me! He­re’s w­hat to do be­fo­re the e­vent:

Buy li­mi­ted mu­sic show tic­kets

Sa­tur­day’s he­ad­li­ne per­for­mer is De­wald Wasser­fall, ac­com­pa­nied by his full band.

His al­bum Ek en Jy a­chie­ved gold sta­tus, won a Sa­ma for Be­st Com­tem­po­ra­ry Mu­sic

Al­bum, re­cei­ved

4 G­hoe­ma no­mi­na­ti­ons AND a Tem­po no­mi­na­ti­on! Sun­day’s he­ad­li­ne per­for­mers are Joe Fos­ter and Ma­jo­zi. Joe Fos­ter, A­fri­kaans pop ar­tist, is a 2015 and 2016 G­hoe­ma win­ner for the the­me song of the film Pad Na Jou Hart, and for Song of the Y­e­ar, Sal Oor­log Vir Jou Maak.

Ma­jo­zi, an in­die-folk mu­si­ci­an, is a 2017 Sa­ma no­mi­nee kno­wn for his son­gs Fi­re, Dar­ling and The Woods.

The li­ve mu­sic pas­ses are pri­ced at a ste­al - R150 IN­CLU­DING en­try to the fe­s­ti­val, Ola ice c­re­am and Red­ber­ry Farm s­tra­w­ber­ry picking vou­cher. Tic­kets are li­mi­ted.

En­ter the Ola sel­f­ie snap and win

Ta­ke a sel­f­ie with your Ola ice c­re­am and u­plo­ad to www. stra­w­ber­ry­fes­ti­val.co.za/win. Three lucky en­trants could win wee­kend pas­ses for two to the S­tra­w­ber­ry Fe­s­ti­val pre­sen­ted by Ola, two nig­hts’ stay for two at A­rends Rus Coun­try Lod­ge, R1 000 fe­s­ti­val spen­ding mo­ney and Ola pri­zes.

Sa­tur­day’s he­ad­li­ne per­for­mer is De­wald Wasser­fall, ac­com­pa­nied by his full band.

Re­gis­ter for the swee­test run e­ver

The 5km fa­mi­ly fun run/walk and 9km trail run ta­ke pla­ce on Sa­tur­day 30 Sep­tem­ber at 09:00 through the s­tra­w­ber­ry fields and mag­ni­fi­cent coun­try lands­ca­pe. View the wee­kend li­ne-up and en­ter on­li­ne at www.stra­w­ber­ry­fes­ti­val.co.za.

Ma­jo­zi The fa­mi­ly fun run/walk and trail run start at 09:00 on Sa­tur­day 30 Sep­tem­ber. The rou­tes go through the s­tra­w­ber­ry fields.

Newspapers in Afrikaans

Newspapers from South Africa

© PressReader. All rights reserved.