The Parlotones, South Africa’s biggest selling pop and indie rock band with over 900,000 albums sales worldwide, will be on the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts stage on January 13.
The band first met in 1998 in Johannesburg, and they have been finessing the music industry – locally and internationally – for 20 years.
- Khan Morbee (vocals, guitar),
- Glenn Hodgson (bass, vocals),
- Paul Hodgson (guitar) and
- Neil Pauw (drums)
The Parlotones have achieved Double Platinum, Platinum and Gold Records for their discography.
This year, as they celebrate 20 years rocking the airwaves, The Parlotones released their two-disc album, China, with 25 new songs. The album is named China – after the traditional wedding gift for couples celebrating 20 years of marriage.
The band has given fans timeless indie rock tunes, such as Here Comes The Man, Colourful, Dragonflies & Astronauts, Beautiful and Overexposed.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, reputed as the most beautiful garden in the world, plays host to The Parlotones and other local talented artists.
The tickets to the concert series include entry to the garden, and concert-goers can arrive early to enjoy the lush scenery before the concert starts. Concert-goers can bring their own picnics, pre-order a picnic from moyo Kirstenbosch when booking tickets via Webtickets or buy delicious treats from moyo food truck at the concert.
TICKETS: range between R170 for youth (6 – 21 with ID), R220 for adults, and children under the 6 enter for free. Book online at Webtickets
WHERE: Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Rhodes Dr, Newlands, Cape Town, 7735
See also Cape Town Green Map