To South Africa’s biggest food and music extravaganza,
the not-to-be-missed DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival, presented by Nedbank – makes its debut in Cape Town on Sunday, December 28, 2014 and promises to be the holiday season’s hottest ticket.
UK funk pioneers Brand New Heavies and British club favourites Soul II Soul.
Come and see incredible South African talent including Freshly Ground, Jeremy Loops, MiCasa and The Soil.
Experience fine cuisine by the local and global top chefs
Freshlyground formed in early 2002, and is made up of seven talented and diverse musicians from South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
"We're from the days when a number 14 bus and a supermarket trolley got us around." Jazzie B remembers the lengths he and a school
friend used to go to play dances with their first sound system when they were just 13 years old.
The Soil is a South African acapella 3-member group whose is a blend of contemporary township style and an eclectic mix of urban contemporary which fuses beat box and soul.
Pioneers of the London Acid Jazz scene, The Brand New Heavies, are a British music institution whose unique mix of jazz, funk and soul has lit up the UK music scene for well over two decades.
Becoming a household name within months of releasing your first single is not something that happens every day in South Africa – especially in the dance market. But when Micasa released ‘These Streets’ to national radio at the end of 2010 their lives would change forever.
Jeremy Loops (29) is a folk musician from Cape Town, South Africa. Winner of the 2013 MK Male Solo Artist of the Year award, his career has been built on a strong live act, supported by rapper Motheo Moleko and multi-instrumentalist James Faull.
SA’s biggest food and music festival comes to the mother city for the first time this December. Experience a global culinary adventure while partying to the sounds of six award-winning acts including the UK’s Soul II Soul and SA’s MiCasa