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Posted on: Thursday, 27 January 2011

D’Aria Summer Concerts

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D’Aria Summer Concerts offers a fantastic line up which kicks off with Ray Dylan and Nicholis Louw on Saturday 29 January 2011. If you’re not familiar with these names then you are probably not au fait with the Afrikaans music scene. Both artists have platinum albums and are a delight when they are performing live. Gates for this performance open at 16h00 and the show runs from 20h00 to 22h00. Tickets for this performance cost R120 per person.

Nicholis LouwIf you’re a Parlotones fan (I certainly am) or if your special someone is and you need to find some way to treat them for the upcoming Valentine’s Day then the performance on Sunday 13 February 2011 at 17h00 fits the bill. Tickets for this performance cost R160 per person. If you’re unaware of the Parlotones, then I do have to ask where you have been hiding – they are one of the most successful bands to hit the South African music scene. They have a fantastic live act and you will find yourself on your feet jumping in time to the music and having a fantastic time. And if you’re taking your partner as a special Valentines treat this is sure to score you some additional points.

Two Sundays later you can book for another popular Afrikaans artist, Kurt Darren. His performance begins at 17h30 and tickets for this show cost R120 per person. Darren is known for songs that get everyone on the dance floor shaking a bit of tail feather and include hits such as Loslappie and Meisie Meisie. He is an exciting performer who will leave you longing for more.

Another great reason to get yourselves to these concerts is because you can bring your own picnic blankets and baskets filled with your choice of treats to eat. Unfortunately you are not able to bring your own alcohol into the venue but not to worry there will be plenty of delicious D’Aria wines on sale as well as a variety of non-alcoholic drinks. If you don’t feel like bringing your own picnic then you can purchase a selection of the delicious food that will be on sale.

Feel free to bring you own umbrella or gazebo to sit under the hot sun if you arrive early, but please be aware of other concert goers and take this down prior to the performance commencing. If you are sitting in chairs please can you sit at the back of the venue so that you don’t restrict the rest of the crowds view?

Tickets & Bookings:
Tickets can be purchased from www.webtickets.co.za or you can contact D’Aria directly on +27 (0)71 415-6985. Don’t forget that children under 12 years are free of charge.

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