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SA’s Musical Future Comes To November’s Sunday Edition

Stand a chance to win 2 tickets & a R250 bar tab for this weekend's Sunday Edition.

8 Nov 2017 / Competition / written by TATC Staff

Sunday Editions second line-up for the season presents the explosive live show that is BCUC – freshly returned and victorious from their European tour, the freedom fighters of indigenous funk take the stage for their first show in Cape Town this year. 

Future-soul sisters Kajama weave their sonic spells through the afternoon, whilst grooving sets are performed by DJ Fred Spider, DJ Mighty and the Endless Daze DJs. 

Visual artist Mr Fuzzy Slipperz paints a surreal landscape and urges you to explore modes of being, whilst Cape Towns pioneering street artists, zine-makers, illustrators and vinyl-record merchants present their best.

The Neighbourgoods Designer Market features the most exciting local streetwear labels and vintage stores, and a handpicked selection of Cape Towns finest food trucks and hole-in-the-wall restaurateurs serve it up to the hungry crowds.

Beers and cocktails served all day from multiple bars, with the Aperol Spritz Bar mixing the crispest spritz youre likely to taste this side of the equator.

Tickets : R120 Pre-sold / R150 Door. 

Available at here

When: Sunday November 12

12:00 – 18:00

Where: The Old Biscuit Mill

373 Albert Road


In order to stand a chance to win 2 x tickets and R250 bar tab to spend at this event, all you have to do is drop a comment at the bottom of this post and let us know which act you’re most looking forward to seeing and why. Easy.

Winner will be announced and contacted on Friday the 10th of November. 

14 responses to “SA’s Musical Future Comes To November’s Sunday Edition”

  1. ari skopelitis says:

    BCUC!!!! First show in Cape Town in a long while is sure to be mind-blowing.

  2. Christopher Brown says:

    BCUC! The psychedelic leaders in positivity and humanity. They are good for the soul! It’s been over a year now since i’ve seen my favourite band in SA

  3. Erica Basson says:

    I really really wanna watch BCUC again! And if I have to give you a reason why you obviously haven’t seen them yet.

  4. Erica Basson says:

    BCUC’s performances are always honest, heartwarming and incredibly passionate. It is a privilege to watch them make music and it has been too long since I’ve been able to <3

  5. Candace Campbell says:

    I’m looking forward to being reminded of what a magical weekend this past weekend was with the Endless Daze DJ set, and then I’m so ready to dance to BCUC!!!

  6. Carli van Zyl says:

    I am THRILLED to see BCUC on this line up! I’ve been waiting a long time to witness their creative, rebellious energy on stage once again!

    ALSO** I’m looking forward to hearing the Endless Daze DJ set, I’ve sadly missed out on the festival this past weekend and would love a chance to experience some of the magic!!

  7. Alyx Casarin says:

    Honestly, BCUC is calling my name this weekend – it’s been a full year since I last saw them perform and they are still top of mind for goosebump-inducing performances. That, with the standard that Sunday Edition has set with their previous events mean I know it’s going to be killer, and ALL performances are going to something to remember!

    Coming together to support local music at an event like this makes my heart happy, especially to support acts that bring something a little different to the Cape Town scene.

  8. Tamsin Lotz says:

    I saw BCUC at Endless Daze last year and I’m incredibly excited to potentially see them again – one of, if not the *best* live South African acts at the moment :’) plsplsplspls I hope I win

  9. Kitso Seti says:

    “Sinomuthi thina. Sizokubizela abantu baseLimpopo thina. Bakushaye ngevutha bona.” BCUC. BCUC all the way. Afro-Psychedelic. These elders have changed the way we view music. The most energetic band. So dope. Zithulele Nkosi is out of this world. I

  10. Asanda George says:

    I’m looking forward to seeing BCUC on stage, from the videos of these guys that I have seen you can tell they put their all in their performance. Their craft in overall is marvel to watch. It is rare to see a group with that much energy on stage and when we find that group, we have celebrate it. “Not yet uhuru after kuthi ngigoduke”

  11. Klara Beckerling says:

    BCUC! They are brilliant. Have been waiting a long time for them to come. Would make my Sunday

  12. Hannes Greyling says:

    BCUC, because they bring more thunder than Pikachu at a Team Rocket convention.

  13. Baptiste Boittiaux says:

    BCUC for a good dose of afro-punk tribal beats !

  14. Dimi says:

    All of them. Always keen to discover local talent, have hardly ever been disappointed when checking out SA bands.

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