Black F­ri­day spe­ci­al on MosJazz tic­kets

Oudtshoorn Courant - - NEWS -

Black F­ri­day fe­ver has al­so hit the se­cond an­nu­al MosJazz Mu­sic Fe­s­ti­val in Mos­sel Bay, with the or­ga­ni­sers of­fe­ring two tic­kets for the pri­ce of one for wee­kend pas­ses pur­cha­sed on F­ri­day 23 No­vem­ber.

All you ha­ve to do to qua­li­fy for this spe­ci­al is to log on to www.quic­ket.co.za and book your tic­kets the­re. This on­ce-off spe­ci­al is li­mi­ted to four tic­kets per per­son and it is on­ly va­lid for Black F­ri­day, No­vem­ber 23.

The In­ter­na­ti­o­nal MosJazz Mu­sic Fe­s­ti­val ta­kes pla­ce from 17 to 20 Ja­nu­a­ry 2019 at the De Bak­ke San­tos Re­sort in Mos­sel Bay. P­hil Fe­a­ron from the UK, Ju­dy Bou­cher from the Ca­rib­be­an, Andrew Young, the B­ri­tish saxop­ho­nist, A­fro-Fies­ta from the DRC and An­go­la, and C­ho­ko from T­ri­ni­dad and Toba­go will be brin­ging an e­clectic mix of sounds to the Sout­hern Ca­pe.

Emo A­dams, Garth Tay­lor, Vir­tu­al Jazz Re­a­li­ty (with Sam­my Web­ber and Ian S­mith), B­rent Krus and Ka­rin Kor­tjé will be pro­vi­ding so­me lo­cal fla­vour.

P­hil Fe­a­ron was mas­si­ve in the 80s with his band P­hil Fe­a­ron and Ga­laxy. T­hey had ma­jor dan­ce hits such as I can pro­ve it, W­hat do I Do?, E­ver­y­bo­dy’s Laug­hing and Dan­cing Tig­ht. He en­coura­ges fans to ma­ke use of the Black F­ri­day spe­ci­al and to co­me out to en­joy the show he has been pre­pa­ring for his fans.

Tic­kets in Mos­sel Bay are a­vai­la­ble at the Fork and Train re­stau­rant at San­tos Be­ach. A wee­kend pass cos­ts R460, a day pass R175, a wee­kend pass for mi­nors (12 to 18 y­e­ars) R230 and child­ren youn­ger than 12 get in for free.

Call 021 591 5208, e-mail ca­mis­sa. [email protected] or vi­sit the fa­ce­book pa­ge, MosJazz, for mo­re in­for­ma­ti­on.

Fo­to’s: Tisha S­teyn

Die wen­ners in al drie ka­te­go­ri­ee is ag­ter, van links: De­on Fer­rei­ra, Hugo Nel, Hen­ko S­choe­man, Ma­ri­us en Chris­tof­fel S­pies, John S­choe­man en Ri­aan Ter­blan­che. Voor: R­he­tia Nel, Tie­kie S­mit, Jer­ry S­try­dom en Von­nie Bar­nard.

P­hil Fe­a­ron

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