It’s National Heritage Day tomorrow (aka Braai Day) and that usually means a braai and drinks with friends, but if you who haven’t planned anything or you were left behind while everyone else took an extended weekend away, fear not… I have some tickets to giveaway to Phunktional!
What started as an annual gathering with a few friends who played cricket in the garden, drank beers, had a braai and a good time, has blossomed into a great, music-filled day and this year will feature top local artists such as Matthew Mole (he made South African headlines recently when he opened at the number 1 spot on the iTunes store), Trevor Rebello, The Quilts (the new project from Jean-Louise Nel of Dear Reader), Yo Grapes (the side project from Craig, the drummer from Desmond and the Tutus) and Adventure Man (aka Gad from Shortstraw Band).
The intimate concert will kick-off in the forest from 11am at Toadhall Farm (96 Hilton Road, Linbro, Sandton). Tickets can be obtained at the door at R80 p.p. and parking is R20 a car.
Pack a picnic
basket and blanket or bring some camping chairs and some dop & chop. There will be a cash bar and food stalls to keep your hungry tummies at bay!
The host of this epic event , King Chip (@Twat_Chip) has been very generous and given me 3 double tickets to giveaway as prizes!
How To Win
All you need to do to win is name one of the artists playing at Phunktional this year…
Send your answer along with your name and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “I Want To Win Phunktional Tickets!”
1.) The competition closes at 18:00 on Monday the 23rd of September 2013 (today).
2.) You must reside in Johannesburg and be able to attend the event.
3.) It is the winners’ responsibility to arrange transport to and from the venue.
4.)Winners will be chosen at random and will be announced here on the site.
5.)All decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Watch Matthew Mole perform live at the Just Music Sessions
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