Pinotage On Tap Rocked Amazing SA Music!

The Pinotage on Tap Festival had not only sun, fun and super yummy wine, but also a wonderful offering of South African music from the Jo Martin Band, AmaAmbush Marimba Band, the tenor Given Nkosi, Lonesome Dave and topping it all the incredible, interactive and super entertaining Cassette. There was much dancing and singing along ….

Jo Martin of the Jo Martin Band.

amaAmbush Marimba band who we’re got used to enjoying at Pinotage on Tap each year.

Given Nkosi – our phenomenal surprise performer – we could have listened to more and more of you …

Lonesome Dave Ferguson.

Cassette with their tuber and trumpet players under the amazing leadership of Kevin Savage had the crowd begging for more.

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