Sunset concert with Gerrie Pretorius at Durbanville Hills
Dec 3rd, 08:02
Enjoy a glass of Durbanville Hills Sauvignon Blanc, as you watch the sun setting over Table Bay and Table Mountain with a memorable performance by Gerrie Pretorius on Friday, 31 January 2014 - all in aid of the Môresterretjies crèche.
The crèche is a day-care centre for the children of farm workers in the Durbanville area. It was established by community groups including Durbanville Hills’ member farmers, Kenridge NG Church and social services organisation, BADISA.
Proceeds from the evening’s ticket sales will help fund the crèche, where trained teachers take care of the well-being and early learning development of children between the ages of three and five.
The performance of Gerrie Pretorius, one of South Africa’s most versatile singers, will include all the songs that he has become so popular for. Bring your own picnic blanket (no chairs allowed) as well as your own picnic basket, or pre-order one from the Durbanville Hills restaurant (which includes a bottle of Durbanville Hills’ Merlot Rosé) at R310 per couple. The picnic option for the little ones is charged at R75 per child. The restaurant will also have chicken burgers available at R35 each. Durbanville Hills’ wines will be on sale as well as hot chocolate, coffee, tea and cold drinks.
Date: Friday, 31 January 2014
Time: Gates open at 18:00 and the concert starts at 19:30
Price: R120 per person and bookings can be made at www.webtickets.co.za
Entry is free for children under 12
To pre-order a picnic basket or for more information, contact Simone Brown on or Click here for more information on Durbanville Hills
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