No under 18s

Nomadic Orchestra, MaxX & Love, Black Heidi at Railways Cafe 14 June

Fri Jun 14, 18:00 - Fri Jun 14, 23:00

Railways Cafe

ABOUT

Nomadic Orchestra, MaxX & Love, Black Heidi at Railways Cafe 14 June 


What do you get when you mix Afro Balkan, Blues and Pop-Grunge/Indie Punk?

Come to Railways in Centurion on Friday 14 June and find out!

We've got a killer line-up and show planned featuring Black Heidi, MaxX & Love and the mighty Nomadic Orchestra!


Doors 6pm

Bands from 8pm


Tickets

Early Bird (limited) - R60pp

Online - R100pp

Door - R120pp

*Please note, ticket price excludes a minimal ticket admin fee.


About the Artists:

Nomadic Orchestra:

“We are Nomadic Orchestra! We play brass music, we play dance music, we play intelligent music, and we play dumb music. We play whatever music we want to play and that’s okay because you come anyway.”


This motley crew of music nerds, fondly referred to as “The Nomads,” hail from the South African College of Music (UCT) in Cape Town and all have a deep passion for music performance and composition. The music keeps dance and groove at the centre of its inspiration and borrows from many different styles. Hip hop, afrobeat, ghoema, samba, ska, klezmer and various other sounds are blended into one cohesive, high-energy performance.


The primary goal of The Nomads is to get people moving. The band plays an infectious kind of high-energy dance music guaranteed to get feet tapping and limbs swaying. With three full-length studio albums, many successful tours, festivals and events on their resume, the band strives to create top-quality original music for all.


MaxX & Love:

MaxX & Love embark on a mission to reclaim the essence of blues, tracing it back to its African origins.


It is MaxX's steel slide and traditional riffs infused with Love's soulful voice that distinguishes their sound.


"The Blues is a feeling" - A sentiment that the pair shares with their music, born of traditional Blues. Their content is largely influenced by their lives and performed through musical storytelling.


Black Heidi:

Dorothy “Black Heidi” Mahoko is a South African singer and songwriter born in the North West, Mafikeng and based in the capital city of Pretoria, South Africa. The variety in her music makes it tricky to categorise but it has been described as rock-adjacent, pop-grunge and soft indie punk by the masses.


Railways Café Irene

2 Hack Rd, Irene, Centurion

Open from 10am


Card Only venue

Good Vibes Only

No u/18’s

ROAR

No illegal substances or weapons

Kindly note: this is a standing show in the theatre

DIRECTIONS

Nomadic Orchestra, MaxX & Love, Black Heidi at Railways Cafe 14 June
Railways Cafe
2 Hack Rd, Irene, Pretoria, 0157
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