A live music concert featuring two of South Africa’s top acts; “Rubber Duc” and “Majozi” for one night only in the heart of Ballito, Durban. This is one night where the entire family can enjoy the songs that made these acts so popular throughout SA. Songs like; “Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That”, “Zebra Horse”, “Someday” and “The River”. With a full concert rig including top quality sound and lighting equipment in the beautiful Pumpkin Theatre in Ballito. There are loads of ticket options to choose from. General seated, general standing (for those that want to get up close and personal with the acts on stage) as well as VIP tickets for the ones that could do with a FREE cocktail, FREE food platters, meet & greet with the bands, seated in their own private area on couches overlooking the entire bottom floor with a private bar and a few other goodies thrown in. The concert is one that guarantees a great time, loads of interaction, sing-a-longs and a whole lot of fun for the entire family.
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Who is Rubber Duc? Rubber Duc is a fresh South African four-piece band made up of Nick Jordaan, Brendan Campbell, Sheldon Sham and Amiel Gopal. The DUC sound is fun and authentic, with cheerful, catchy melodies and clever lyrics that stick in your mind and songs that make you want to dance. Is it folk? Is it pop? Is it swing? Or is it all of the above? You decide! We believe that music provides a platform to bring people together, to change the world, even if just for a moment… “When people sing our music back to us, whether it is one person or a thousand, the message has touched someone in one way or another.”
Who is Majozi? Over the past year, Majozi has been steadily climbing the South African music ladder, getting the opportunity to open for Matthew Mole, Gangs of Ballet, Zebra and Giraffe and international artist, Yoav. His most recent achievements include opening for Mango Groove at Durban Botanical Gardens, playing at Oppi Koppi Music Festival and White Mountain Music Festival as well as playing on the main stage at the Mr Price Pro Concert. There’s a lot to look forward to for this humble musician and now that he has officially signed with the esteemed Universal Records, it seems the only way is up. Aside from opening for international band, The Lumineers, in December 2014, his new single, Someday, will be released by November and fans can look forward to the release of a new EP early next year.