Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Acid Blues, Mother City Mojo and Jam BONES live at Bay Harbour Market this Weekend

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Market goers can enjoy the return of Acid Blues to the Bay Harbour Sound Stage for Friday Nite LIVE!, Mother City Mojo on Saturday and the Afrto-Tango Rythms of Jam BONES on Sunday! A wide range of food from 26 unique stalls, art, fashion and a huge collection of Craft Beers from around the Cape make Bay Harbour Market the perfect weekend destination for the whole family!

Hitting the stage for Friday Nite LIVE! is powerful jazz/funk trio Acid Blues. The band consists of founding member and super-talented jazz guitarist James Kibby, renowned funk/blues/punk bassist Maurice Paliaga and experienced session drummer Richard Pickett, and is a collaboration that is sure to impress.

Bringing their unique blues/funk/dubstep styled tunes to the Bay Harbour Sound Stage on Saturday is Cape Town’s very own Mother City Mojo. The band primarily performs original blues tunes written by multi-instrumentalist band member Jamie Jupiter. The band also features Johnny Blundell on guitar and James Kaye on drums and percussion

On Sunday Jam BONES delivers a vibrant fusion of Afrotango rhythms and beats on the Bay Harbour Sound Stage. Featuring Anthony Stroebel on Afro percussion, Gustavo Fasini on piano and accordion and Doug Armstrong on keys, beats and trumpet, their performance is not to be missed.

Bay Harbour Market is open from 5 pm to 9 pm for Friday Nite LIVE! from 9.30 am to 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Entrance is free. For more information email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the website: www.bayharbour.co.za

Venue: Bay Harbour Market, Hout Bay

Artists: Acid Blues, Mother City Mojo, Jam BONES

Address: 31 Harbour Road, Hout Bay, Cape Town, 7806

Date: 25-27 October

Time: Friday: 5 pm-9 pm; Saturday and Sunday: 9h30 am-4 pm

Website: http://www.bayharbour.co.za

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I am a South African media scholar with a keen interest in the travel industry. Having completed my Masters degree in journlism, I work for a small media organisation and produce feature articles in my own capacity.