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12th Nov 2019 Caribbean Garden’s Third Installation Coming Up

Caribbean Garden’s Third Installation Coming Up

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The third annual Caribbean Garden edition is taking place on the 16 of November 2019 at the Farm House, 465 Cnr. Nelson Mandela & Francis Baard Street, Pretoria. The event starts at 12:00 pm, runs right through the day and evening and ends at 00:00 am.

There will be various exciting activities on the day. Caribbean Garden offers a program featuring music performances, live bands and a good list of amazing Djs on a decent sound system. Congolese born fine artist Cedric ‘Tall’ Kalombo will be curating/exhibiting his awareness solo exhibition of over 100 beautiful pieces. The event will also include a naughty corner (for the adults ?)

The Caribbean Garden Coordination Team is proud to announce this year’s line up is bigger, different and better than the previous editions. The artist line up is talent-packed as the event will be on for 12 hours allowing enough time for artists to share their craft.

Artist Line UP

Official 2019 Caribbean Garden Poster

Mojelo • Myth Dachef • Malankan • Najma • A1 • Reba & Mula Man • Streets • Josh • Leroimentia • NinetyEight • J Smallz • Jean • Monson • Yourlokalhead • Child Rebel • Macho Black • B Smoke • Molar • Travesty • Ellington Da Magician • Proper SA • Donflex • Huge DaOracle • Jared Reddy • France Mujanay • Impakt • Purplekeys • Shade Worldwide • Crux • Zama Zaimarn

Dj Line Up

Naffy Dread • Vince La Sol • Vingi La Vida • Dj Simtronic

Live Bands

Tshiamo Nkoane & Band • Qeduma Qamata-Magatsela More • Aya Zungu • The Sound Warmers • Nameless-Angus & Live Band • The Cheerleader Effect • D’Braz • The Rascoals • Club 200

Affiliated Brands

Caribbean Garden is working with a number of amazing brands such as The FarmHouse, Ha Boi Productions, Smoky, Kosh Kapital, Artall, D-Events to name a few.

The Venue chosen for the event is a restaurant which has a spacious yard that offers enough space to enjoy the event and caters to all our audience and activities. The lovely venue features a large garden that will function as a stage for performance and a runway for the fashion show.  Safe parking is available for those who are mobile and there’s also public transport available for those who will be travel with public transportation. The Venue location is not hard to find and is easy to reach from various directions

Caribbean Garden Hashtags

#culturalrevolution #CaribbeanGarden #smoky #TheFarmHouse #artexhibition #perfomances #music #fashionshow @caribbean_garden17 (Instagram) Carribean Garden & caribbean_garden17 (Facebook). #16Nov2019

This is an experience that will be memorable and enjoyable. We are creating a cultural evolution that everyone will be part of by changing the art game in Pretoria and taking things to a whole new level of excellence.

Caribbean Garden Event Contacts

Founder & Organizer: @smoky_da_plug +27 79 808 1632
Event Coordinator: @sepi_9404 +27 72 762 4134
Marketing Manager: @life_chindane +27 73 633 0712
Financial Manager: @mansa_mamba +27 81 593 2294

Artist Manager: Mazola +27 67 701 4839
Fashion Show and Model organizer: Dimakatso +27 83 572 0062

HA BOI Media: management@haboipro.online

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1st Oct 2019 Louis Café Give Me Mic Event hosting Candy & Friends

Louis Café Give Me Mic Event hosting Candy & Friends

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On the 28th September 2019 Louis Café Cosmo City Hosted an amazing event, named “Give Me Mic” Cultural Exchange with Kalawa Jazmee’s Limpopo Born music Superstar Candy Tsamandebele and Friends. Some of the artists that graced the stage were Bekezela, whose hit song encouraging a lover to wait had people singing along, Kaygee Daking-Bazizi of Kokota Piano fame had the crowd dancing through their set, the lovely female musician Rudoluv, more affectionately known as Miss Coffee sang through her great song Coffee to the Crowds’ pleasure.

Photo: HA BOI MEDIA

Since the event was all about Cultural exchange, the audience was pleased to see an electric performance by Nigerian Born South African based musician Austino Hero alongside his DJ and Producer Deejay Berry. Austino lit up the stage when he performed his latest single “Confirm” to the cheering crowds’ enjoyment.

Nokwazi also showed up and turned up the show with her lovely dancers, performing her favourite hit songs, while the ladies in the crowd sang along to the lyrics. The sound System was loud and clear, you could probably hear the event sound all around Cosmo City.

Photo: HA BOI MEDIA

One of Candy’s friends and Ndebele print artist, Bakwateleni under her new name Mrazaneskhethu (Ndebele Queen) had a great time with her high energy dancers on stage adorned with her Ndebele prints on white. She performed her debut singles “X” and Isdudla a song she dedicated to plus size women and issues around body shaming, hate speech and women’s rights.

Ladies in the crowd couldn’t get enough of the good looking MC, actor and male model Wiseman Zitha (Musawahosi) who kept the program and show rolling while requesting some bouncy and dancy Tsonga music songs that he passionately danced to during the intervals while hyping the audience for the next performer.

Vusinova who is Candy’s good friends could be seen around the VIP with two of his security personnel or better yet bodyguards, looking quite African and cultural with his traditional head band and a lovely and friendly smile that greeted his fans, as many requested a chance to take a picture with the music Star.

Last, but not least as the people had awaited the MC made an announcement that Candy is finally coming to the stage. As we all know, Candy always puts up an amazing show. Performing her hit songs, including one of her latest song “Nathinga” which the crowd responded to as the lovely female dancers moved effortlessly to the beat and choreography blending quite well with Candy’s energetic traditional infused style.

All in all the event was amazing, a great venue with enough space, good sound. An awesome artist line up and every one of the artists did the most, and what I also loved was that Louis Café had a photographer with proper lights that covered the events and made sure people got nice quality looking pics of themselves at the event.

I guess not only local music, but African music is Lekker…………..

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