Get your dose of Freshly Ground vibes

Enjoy smooth sounds, great vibes and socialising at at one of the Highway area’s most anticipated events, the popular Liberty Corporate Music at Makaranga with Freshlyground taking to the stage.

THE popular Liberty Corporate Music at Makaranga returns with Freshlyground taking to the stage for a one day only live performance on Sunday, 25 June. Gates open at noon.

One of the most acclaimed and successful bands to emerge from South Africa in recent years, Freshlyground is a collective of musicians who blend the infectious kwela style and musical traditions from Zimbabwe and Mozambique with elements of pop, jazz, blues and indie rock, giving them a unique sound that their fans just can’t get enough of.

Best known for popular songs Doo Be Doo, Pot Belly and I’d Like, don’t miss this gig.

Bring your friends, family and neighbours and get to Makaranga Garden Lodge in Kloof, spread a picnic blanket, chill together and enjoy your favourite drinks at fully stocked bars, great SA wines paired with delicious eats from tantalizing food stalls.

Tickets are now on sale at Computicket for R120 and kids under the age of eight get in for free.

Note that no food or beverages, camping chairs or umbrellas are permitted, however picnic blankets and cushions are more than welcome!

For more information contact Big Nite Out on 031 563 4298.

Alcohol is not for sale to persons under the age of 18. Drink responsibly.


Five lucky Highway Mail readers can each win two tickets to attend the festive Liberty Corporate Music at Makaranga with Freshly Ground on Sunday, 25 June. With Music at Makaranga in the subject line, email, include your full name and contact number. The competition closes at midnight on Tuesday, 16 May 2017.



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Michelle Dennis

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