HOUT BAY, WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA: 12 JUNE 2013: With a range of mouth-watering meal options, a host of goodies and gifts for saleand world-renowned artists providing southdtrack, the Bay HArbour Market in Hout Bay is the ultimate place to to treat your father and family this weekend. Father's Day Weekend on the BAy HArbour Sound Stagepresents musical performances from Cameron Carston Trio; Rob Thomspon and Greg Smith and the Nomadic Orchestra.
On June 14th the Cameron Carston Trio kick off the long weekend at Bay Harbour Market for Friday Night LIVE! On Satruday 15 June, market goers can enjoy a blast from the past from Bles Rock guitarist/singer/songwriter Rob Thompson, whose talents on his Fender Stratocaster are bound to impress, while Greg Smith, bassist and vocalist for Ted Nugent, has shared the stage with the likes of Billy Joel, Alice Cooper, Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, Alan Parsons Project, Crystal Bowersox, Dokken and Graham Bonnett to name a few. Greg was also the principal bassist and backing vocals for the Tony Award winning Billy Joel and Twyla Tharp Musical :Movin Out"for its entire 3 yar run on Broadway and 1 year on the road.
Presensting the vibe for Father's and Youth Day celebrations on Sunday 16 June is a pumped up performance by five-peice band The Nomadic Orchestra and their infectious high-energy dance music. The Nomadic Orchestra is strongly influenced by traditional music from the countires of South Eastern Europe: Macedonia, Romania and Serbia bringing a strong jazz aesthetic to the band and this as emphasis on improvisation.
The Bay Harbour Market Sound Stage at Bay Harbour Market, Hout Bay is a popular platform for the country's most exciting musical talents t showcase their abilities. The market attracts a wide-ranging audience with a keen interest in all things home-grown, with a consciousness for recycling!.
Venue: Bay Harbour Market, Hout Bay
Artists: Cameron Carston Trio, Rob Thompson and Greg Smith, The Nomadic Orchestra
Address: 31 Harbour Road, Hout Bay, Cape Town, 7806
Date: 14-16 June 2013
Time: Friday 5pm-9pm; Saturday and Sunday 9.30am-4pm