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Guaranteed to get the crowd going at the debut Notties Sunday Live event on 4 June is Durban’s John Ellis, the former Tree63 frontman who recently released his third solo album Tells. Photo: Collective Studios.

Music in the Midlands at Notties Sunday Live

The first of a series of monthly live music events will kick off at the legendary Nottingham Road Hotel in the heart of the KZN Midlands on Sunday 4 June 2017.
Dubbed ‘Notties Sunday Live’, the debut event promises to be a fun day out for the whole family, with great music and good food in the hotel’s wonderful garden setting.
The line-up includes singer-songwriter-guitarist and former Tree63 frontman John Ellis, as well as popular Vryheid musician Phillip Taylor.  Also on the bill is young Howick songstress Bianca Santoro, who is quickly making a name for herself on the South African music scene.
Advance tickets are available at www.quicket.co.za and cost R75 for adults and R20 for kids under 12.  Tickets will also be on sale at the gate on the day – adults pay R100 and kids R30.  Children under four get in free.
Gates open at 10am, with the first act up at 11am.  Food and drinks will be on sale and no refreshments may be brought into the venue.  Blankets and camping chairs are welcome.
Address: R103 Nottingham Road (8km off the N3).  For more information, visit www.c-weed.com or contact 033 266 6151 or 031 563 0824.  You can also keep up to date on the monthly line-ups by liking the Notties Sunday Live Facebook page here.
Music In The Midlands

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