A weekend of planting and play.

16 – 18 March 2018

Arrive Friday evening, pitch your tent and relax into a chilled night of gentle tunes under the ancient indigenous forest canopy. Enjoy delicious food and meet new friends around the campfire.

Awake early on Saturday for an action-packed day of tree-planting and getting your hands dirty; you will help to restore an ecosystem that is one of the rarest and most endangered in the Western Cape. After planting thousands of trees in your teams, return to camp for a good shower, a talent show and forest party for the whole family to celebrate your achievement.

Sunday is a day to relax your body and stimulate your mind with fun, educational activities and workshops including guided forest walks, yoga, informative talks, arts and crafts and puppet shows.

Family Fest Line-Up

The Brothers Remedy

The Brothers Remedy is an international touring gypsey rock duo who blend genres seamlessly and have performed stages across the globe with their unique musical act. They have been hailed as the duo who can fill any stage no matter the size.

The Flamels

The Flamels bring the South African music scene a modern take on classic rock. Drawing inspiration from rock n’ roll’s greats, the band have brought their contemporary melodic sound to audiences across South Africa. With driving vocal harmonies, a masterful rhythm section and blistering guitar solos, the sound of this band has been described as “Tight, pure, rock n’ roll fun”.

DJ Pure

Patrick Lowe, aka DJ Pure, has a treasure-house multi-genre music collection. Weaving a unique story for each event, expect to hear AcousticChill, Folktronica and WorldBeats. Having performed at festivals including ranging from Earthdance to Learning Clan, DJ Pure’s uplifting, conscious music will surely move you (and make you move).

The Fishwives

 

Playing original alternative folk-rock material written by various members of the band, The Fishwives‘ songs have been described as both wickedly dark and wittily light; possessing the twisted narrative qualities of human horror fairy-tales, delivered with a smiling tongue-in-cheek streak.