Cape Town Rocks For Rhinos!

My heart lies in the Protection and Conservation of the creatures that can’t protect themselves; from elephants to snakes to tuna and RhinoA rather eclectic collection of natural living wonders, that all need our help.

You can help this Saturday in the most fun way, by attending Rock For Rhino. Watch the Video for more, but the basics are that on Saturday 5 November, a Rock For Rhinos gig is to be held at Zula Bar. In light of the recent atrocities committed against these majestic and endangered beasts. The event will help to raise awareness and all funds will go towards RIGHTS FOR RHINOS

The impressive lineup includes Jeremy Loops, The Plastics, Holiday Murray, Niskerone, Min ‘n Blend, Kennedy and Blush ‘n Base and tickets are R70.00 per person.

I say “Let our Rhino Be Horny”, and if going out for a night of fabulous rock and music will help make this happen, what more can you ask for. See you there …

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