Smirnoff BE THERE presents Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance 500 Tour
The world’s number one DJ, Armin van Buuren, is teaming up with Smirnoff and has chosen South Africa to celebrate the launch of his ‘A State of Trance 500 Tour’. Travelling to five continents, five cities, with five of the hottest nights on the 2011 calendar, a month long tour from 19 March – 18 April 2011 will include stops in South Africa, Europe, USA, South America and Australia.
Armin van Buuren’s ‘A State of Trance 500 Tour’ has seen enormous success in the eight years since it was launched, reaching an estimated 10-million listeners in 26 countries and over 30 radio stations and via satellite and internet radio stations. Fans worldwide will be able to tune into this epic milestone as ‘A State of Trance’ celebrates its 500th episode.
Adrian Petersen of Smirnoff South Africa says, “It’s been an incredible year for Smirnoff, and to be alongside the world’s number one DJ, Armin van Buuren, for his celebration of ‘A State of Trance 500 Tour’ we are excited to bring yet another once-in-a-lifetime experience to South Africa. We have recently hosted the Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange Project, which was a phenomenal success and once again resetting the benchmark for Smirnoff globally. South Africa can expect an outstanding performance from Armin and other world-class DJ’s. In addition to the music, the venue itself will be supported by a mind-blowing Smirnoff production.”
Armin van Buuren, who has been ranked as the world’s number one DJ for four years running in the leading DJ Mag top 100 poll, will be the fifth top international talent brought to South Africa by Smirnoff SA in the last year. Smirnoff brought South Africa the likes of Tiësto for the Smirnoff Experience Mashup Street, DJ Sasha for Smirnoff Experience, Above & Beyond as Smirnoff presented Godskitchen and Monika Kruse, ATB and Markus Schulz who recently brought Berlin’s nightlife alive for the ambitious Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange Project.
Having recently won various awards as Best Global DJ (2010), Best International DJ (2010), Best progressive House / Trance Track (2009) Best Music video (2009) and Best European DJ (2009), it is evident that Armin’s passion in trance music is beyond a hobby, it is essential to his way of life. “What makes trance work so well is that it doesn’t stick to one style. It can incorporate electro, minimal, whatever it likes,” says Armin.
Armin van Buuren’s ‘State of Trance 500 Tour’ is one experience not to be missed.
The tour will start in Johannesburg on 19 March 2011. Tickets can be bought from Computicket from Monday, 6 December 2010.
For more information log on to www.facebook.com/SmirnoffSA
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New Year's Eve Music Fest
Don't miss the Kenton Music Fest, which is the only all-day music festival on New Years Eve.
Head for Kenton on Sea on December 31 for a day of all-out entertainment at the Kenton Music Fest.
Situated on a stunning farm over-looking the Kariega River, this natural amphitheatre will play host to some of South Africa’s hottest Musicians.
And the event comes prepared with a massive 1200sqm tent in case of bad weather and a full-on bar, which will operate on a coupons only (no cash) system. Bar coupons can be purchased at the event.
The super-cool line up includes the likes of Craig Massiv, Evolver One, Flash Republic, Hog Hoggity Hog, Ryan Dent, Wonderboom, Wrestlerish, Southern Gypsey, Prime Circle, City Bowl Mizers, Tamara Dey and The Modes.
Book tickets through Computicket or Kenton Tourism.For more info go to www.kentonmusicfest.co.za
Head off to Clifton 4th Beach in February for CapeTalk's music event, Moonstruck.
Families and friends unite under one night sky and be entertained by cool vibes with 567 CapeTalk, as the moon rises over the secluded setting of Clifton 4th beach, on Feb 19 from 5pm onwards.
Entrance is free, so pack your picnic baskets and prepare for a little dancing in the sand at the annual Moonstruck – not to be missed!
Check out www.capetalk.co.za for more info.
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Charity Christmas Market celebrates ‘green’ fashion. Recycle, Re-use, Rejoice with seven day charity book and clothing sale from 18 to 24 December at Cape Quarter
Well Read Books and Chic Mamas Do Care will be hosting a fund-raising Christmas market at Cape Quarter Lifestyle Village’s Events Centre from Saturday 18 to Friday 24 December.
The Charity Christmas market will showcase ‘green’ fashion in the form of designer cast-offs alongside quality second-hand books, CDs and DVDs.
Chic Mamas Do Care runs successful second hand designer clothing sales. Good quality, barely worn fashion from boutique to designer labels, accessories, shoes and jewelry will be available along with men’s and children’s garments. Christmas goodies, wine tasting and cupcakes are on offer for shopping enthusiasts.
“Our Charity Christmas Market is also a unique opportunity for individuals to clear their wardrobes of their expensive shopping mistakes in the Christmas spirit of giving” says Chic Mamas founder Abigél Sheridan. “Donations of quality garments will be incentivized with vouchers redeemable at our regular designer clothing sales”.
Well Read Books’ monthly sales at shopping centres in and around Cape Town have drawn a loyal following for its discerning mix of cult, classic and collectible books, movies and music. “We combine the spirit and selection of an independent book shop with the heart of a charity – in our case, the support of women, orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in the HIV pandemic” says Well Read convener Mark Leach.
Red Hot Events will provide décor for the Events Centre including a kiddies reading corner – “and a chill-out lounge for bored husbands!” promises Sheridan.
Proceeds from the Christmas sale will support AIDS NGO Wola Nani and Vrygrond Community’s Little 2 Much Project.
To donate clothing or accessories, contact Abigél Sheridan on 083 715 9308.
For further enquiries or to donate books, CDs and DVDs, please contact Mark on 083 342 2261, (021) 424 0497 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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One of South Africa’s most important corporate art collections will exhibit in Pretoria.
One of South Africa’s most important corporate art collections, the Sanlam Art Collection, will exhibit in Pretoria.
A selection of 40 leading works taken from the Sanlam Art Collection will exhibit at the Pretoria Art Museum, Arcadia Park, Pretoria, from February 8 to February 27 and will then travel to Jozi (details will be provided at a later stage).
The Index: 40 Leading Works from the Sanlam Art Collection exhibition includes carefully selected works that are important representations of a subject or period in art history and represent the entire time span that the Sanlam Art Collection covers, from the late 19th Century to the present. Many of these works haven’t been seen outside of Sanlam for more than two decades.
Among others, works from Irma Stern, William Kentridge, Anton van Wouw, Edoardo Villa, Kenneth Bakker, Christo Coetzee, Francois Krige and Pieter Hugo Naudé will be exhibited.
For more information contact Stefan Hundt, Curator of the Sanlam Art Collection, 021 947 3359 or 083 457 2699, email@example.com.
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