ret·ro [re-troh] adjective of or designating the style of an earlier time – Bringing retro back…
NIROX Sculpture Park revisits the ever-popular Retrofest concert, with its sixth edition of this celebration of various decades of music, taking place on Saturday 12th October. Retrofest welcomes accomplished acoustic musicians to its amphitheatre with a full day of classic songs from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s.
Musicians like Tubatsi Moloi, Laurie Levine, Luma, Aya Nixon, Chantel Van T, Red Robyn, The Rocketeers, Dayne Rothbletz, David Van Vuuren and Tebogo Sedumedi will pay homage to the impact of music in the retro era, and the ability of songs to alter the course of history.
These musicians will take audiences on an acoustic journey with their unique interpretations of songs, which have resonated with them and music lovers throughout the world.
Sumptuous cuisine courtesy of the Epicurean Emporium, a changing selection of food traders from the food & design markets in and around Johannesburg and the Cradle of Human Kind, will be on sale on the day.
Bernie’s Bar will be in full flow, ensuring guests are well-hydrated.
Doors open at 10h00 and the music begins at 11h00, concluding at sunset. A full day of music, food, art, nature and nostalgia in the Cradle of Humankind.
Children under 12 enter free of charge.
Adults: R260 online or R300 at the entrance – subject to availability.
Pensioners & students with a valid student card: R150 – only available at the entrance.
Early bookings strongly advised to avoid disappointment.
No food, drinks, pets, gazebos or sporting equipment may be brought into the park.