Park Acoustics Presents Desmond & the Tutus, Hot Water & Friends

By: Andrea Brown
Jun 28, 2017

If you live in Gauteng and haven’t yet been to Park Acoustics, it’s safe to say that you haven’t really lived. Park Acoustics has become one of the biggest and longest running monthly concerts in South Africa. Hosted at the Voortrekker Monument, one Sunday a month, anyone who is looking to get a little something extra out of their weekend heads to this gig. Offering one of the best views in GP, when you arrive at Park Acoustics you’ll be blown away by the setting and the chilled vibe means all you have to bring along, besides your tickets and your picnic basket, is a great attitude and trust us when we say that an awesome time is guaranteed.

Last month saw Park Acoustics celebrate their 8th birthday with headline acts like Black Cat Bones and Fokofpolisiekar, with a number of other amazing supporting acts and comedians. This monthly gig is one that only gets better and this Sunday 2nd July, will see the likes of Bye Beneco, Hot Water and the ever-popular Desmond and the Tutus rocking the stage. If you’ve ever seen any of these bands, you’ll already know that this is one Park Acoustics that you don’t want to miss out on.

For the dopest thing that you can do on a Sunday the tickets are well priced-

R120 online (Only 1200 available)

R100 student tickets (Only one discounted ticket student card) *

R150 at the gate

Free for children under the age of 6 (six)

R15 per vehicle, (paid at the main entrance to the nature reserve)

Please note this event is up in the Fort, we only have 2000 tickets available.

* Student tickets are available for R100 at Capital Craft, Aandklas Hatfield & Arcade Food Bar at Open Window in Irene if you show your valid student card.

Sponsored by Jack Daniels, Park Acoustics makes sure you’ll be well lubricated, although you are welcome to B.Y.O.B. as long as you don’t bring glass bottles to the venue. Not just satisfied with providing you with some of the sickest tunes around, Park Acoustics also offers food stalls and the Rabbit Run Market, just in case you feel the need to get your shop on whilst at a music concert.

For more information, rules and regs or to buy tickets online click here