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New music fest in Eston, December 2021

Widely regarded as one of the top live acts in the country, four-piece Pretoria band The Black Cat Bones are set to deliver a rocking performance at the Seaweed Music Festival, which runs from December 3-5, 2021 on a farm in Eston, KwaZulu-Natal. Photo supplied.

If a weekend away in the KZN countryside grooving to live tunes sounds like your bag, then take note that the first edition of the Seaweed Music Festival will be held in Eston from December 3-5.

A scenic farm, surrounded by rolling cane fields and wide-open skies, just 45 minutes from Durban and just down the drag from PMB, will provide the idyllic backdrop for a relaxing getaway with a bit of a jol thrown in.

Crimson House frontman and award-winning singer-songwriter Riaan Smit will bring his unique style of upbeat gypsy blues to the first-ever Seaweed Music Festival, which takes place from December 3-5 in Eston. Photo supplied.

The festival is brought to you by the experienced C-Weed Entertainment Promotions, in conjunction with Angels Way Farm and Stoker’s Arms in Kloof. Expect an awesome line-up and fun times, with easy access roads, a large undercover stage area, bars, food stalls, yoga classes, swimming pool, a fun trail run, plus grassed general camping with hot showers, flushing loos and stunning views.

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On the bill of bands and musicians are acts like The Black Cat Bones, Riaan Smit (Crimson House), Angus, Broken Advocate, The Black Lapels, Tiaan, Gavin Ferguson, Lost Youth and Black Whiskey, among others.

Weekend and Saturday Only tickets (including camping) are available online at www.quicket.co.za.

Covid-19 safety protocols and restrictions apply. For more information, contact 082 892 6176 or visit www.c-weed.com.

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