THE V&A Waterfront’s Silo Concerts Series is establishing itself as a popular platform for creative expression attracting the best local artists and performers for Capetonians and visitors to enjoy. Make a date of it this coming summer by attending a free concert performance on the first Friday evening of every month from 7pm (weather permitting) and then popping in to see the latest exhibition at Zeitz MOCAA, or visit the Southern Guild Gallery and Kirsten Goss to keep up with the latest creative and design trends.
October 4: Saxophonist Don Vino will be sharing the stage with well-known South African artists such as Loukmaan Adams, Amy Jones and Craig Lucas, keeping you entertained with songs from the early 1970s to the latest hits on the music scene.
November 1: Award winning singer and song writer Amanda Black and her band will set the mood with Afro-Soul. Opening the show will be singer, songwriter and producer Wandile Mbambeni from Johannesburg. Wandile has performed at Rocking the Daisies and the Richmond Hill Music Festival.
December 6: Find your Latin American rhythm at the Puesta Del Sol concert, a sultry evening where the audience can expect an opening act of traditional Brazilian folk music followed by the Argentinean tango, and ending with some hot high energy Cuban Salsa. Professional dancers will encourage the audience to join them.
January 3, 2020: Hop, swing, jump and jive with This Thing Called Swing as The Swinging All Stars Big Band and swing DJs will swing you back into the 1930s and ’40s. A dedicated dance floor will await you so dress up and bring your dancing shoes.
February 7, 2020: A night of acapella music with the multi-platinum selling band, The Soil, and South Africa’s Got Talent 2017 winners, AnecNote. The Soil, from Soweto, is a three-member group with a smooth Kasi-Soul style. AnecNote is made up of five members and have since opened for the South African band, MiCasa.