Written by Vicky Jankiewicz (@Vicky_JKWICZ)
Park Acoustics turned 5 years old in May and they really brought it with a rad line up of Sons Of Settlers, Adventure Man, Stelth Ulvang, the crowd favourite Desmond and the Tutu’s and the final show of New Holland.
New Holland was my favourite and must-see at this birthday celebration since I was in Stellenbosch during the New Holland ‘movement’ and BOY was I excited! The best thing about their set was that they still sounded exactly the same, and they brought the same student day memories back – it almost felt like I was a student all over again!
Sons of Settlers also had a rad time on stage, and Desmond and the Tutu’s made all the Pretoria gurls really happy. Last time I checked out the view at the Cabin Fever Stage, and this time I actually popped in for a drink and it really looked like an extra party I couldn’t handle – maybe I’m getting old (demmit).
The best way to end off a Park Acoustics though, is the Sunset Comedy Stage and this time Melt Sieberhagen, Simmi Areef and Glen Biederman-Pam didn’t disappoint.
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Who is the other artist Francois van Coke sings with on his new solo album
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