On show for the next Sunday Edition installment, taking place at Cape Town's Old Biscuit Mill, will be live acts BCUC and Kajama. These two afro-centric sounds will be supported on the line-up by local vinyl-focused DJs: DJ Spider, DJ Mighty and Endless Daze DJ's (whose festival Indie Shuffle recently attended).
Another feature worth noting, local food and clothing brands will have stalls set up around the venue. In light of how many ill-themed conversations I've had recently about franchises, and their soullessness, this seems as good an event as any to purify the soul.
Last time Zaki Ibrahim and The City performed, who were preceded at the inaugural event by Bongeziwe Mabandla and Petite Noir. What I'm trying to say is if watching top South African live acts is something you're into, then Sunday Editions pretty much have it waxed, and there is basically no excuse for this not to be on your schedule.
Reasonable excuses include death (like, if you're physically dead) OR if you are based in a country not located on the African continent OR if Jennifer Lopez has extended you a personal invite to her latest wedding. Those are it. Those are your only options for not attending.
Tickets: R120 Pre-sold / R150 Door.
Available at Quicket.co.za
When: Sunday November 12
12:00 - 18:00
Where: The Old Biscuit Mill
373 Albert Road