The Rudimentals 

Time 15:00 ___ 18:00

De Waal Park

The Rudimentals is a Reggae/Dancehall/Dub and fusion outfit, based in the creative hub of Cape Town South Africa.

The Rudimentals frontline singers features 4 of the most highly skilled and electrifying performers in the local industry.

Fronted by local Zimbabwean born hero: T-Boss Maidza, he is flanked by Zimbabwean musical legend King Labash, recent 2016 winner of Zimbabwean Best dancehall video awards, and next, from Brooklyn, NYC, is U.S.A born rapper and all round emerging media personality, is Whosane Pangaea, alongside Jamaican born star, Khaos Cottrell, who also happens to be an international Hugo Boss and Armani Male Model.

The band’s legendary status has been earned from over 15 years of positive contributions to the local music industry.

RECENT AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS INCLUDE:
• 2014 (Nov): 5fm Top 40 – No 1 with Sound Boy Killa
• 2015 (Apr): 5fm Top 40 – No 2 with Bubbling
• 2016 (Jan): 5fm 2016 Top 100 – No 9 with bubbling
• Listen to Bubbling : https://soundcloud.com/rudimentals/the-rudimentals-bubbling

Sound Boy Killa Official Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eFfKN2Hn0s

Sound Boy Killa #1 on 5fm top 50 in 2015:

Sound Boy Killa Official Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eFfKN2Hn0s

Bubbling #2 on 5fm top 42 in 2015:
https://soundcloud.com/rudimentals/the-rudimentals-bubbling

Watch this space for further details

Practical information : info@concertsinthepark.co.za

SUPPORTING ARTISTS

GRASSY SPARK

Grassy Spark is a unique fusion of Ska-blend with multiple genres, where the end product is pure elation. Their beauty lies in the relevance and authenticity of each live show as they go out of their way to appease and connect with their crowd. Their sound, style and use of genre seeks to connect with a diverse crowd, with the intention of unifying the whole.

Grassy Spark have performed at all major festivals in South Africa to date, including Rocking the Daisies, Splashy Fen and Oppikoppi. October 2015 saw them winning the Vodacom in the City competition where they opened for headline acts The Cat Empire, The Kooks, and Milky Chance for a 10 000 strong crowd at Emmarentia Dam Johannesburg. They travelled up the East coast of South Africa in December 2015, ending their tour at Kirstenbosch Gardens Cape Town as the opening act for a sold out NYE crowd.

Following the signing of a record deal with Gallo Record Company in mid July 2016, their self-recorded debut 11-track album ‘Portal’ was released exclusively to iTunes & Apple music on the 12th August and all other digital and physical platforms subsequently. Their hit single ‘Here I Am’ has seen itself at number 1 on the 5FM ‘SA top 10 at 10 Rock chart’ more than once and still graces the ‘SA Top 30’ on 5Fm. Other songs on the album feature artists such as The Rudimentals, TheCITY, Jeremy Loops, and Nomadic Orchestra. With ‘Portal’ they have taken the accessibility of Ska music to a completely universal level, moving through genres like mother nature moves through its seasons. ‘Portal’ is not just an idea, but a gateway that encapsulates the many facets and emotions of the human experience.

The band was handpicked by UB40 themselves, as an opener for their November 2016 South African album release tour to sold out shows in Cape Town, Jozi, and Durban.

They also performed at “Superbalist is Rocking The Daisies” on 8 October on the main stage right before FOSTER THE PEOPLE: http://rockingthedaisies.com/line-up/mainstage/ ; along with performing at IN THE CITY at Emmarentia on Sunday 9 October

You don’t simply dance or move to Grassy Spark, you feel their groove at your core.

JOE EMILIO

Joe was born in Texas, USA and has been moving around all his life, from USA to Egypt to South Africa.

Joe fell in love with Stand-up Comedy at an early age, however it was only when he arrived in South Africa that he started to pursue his dream of becoming a Stand-up Comedian.

Joe is a storyteller comedian, energetic and lively on the stage. His comedy is fresh and original with interesting twists on the American and South African culture. He talks about his experiences in South Africa, as well as finding the funny in every day life. Joe in no way, shape or form mocks the South African culture but rather makes fun of himself experiencing the culture. You’ll find yourself chuckling next time you say “Awe” or “Robots”… Come find out for yourself.

He regularly uses his skills in the corporate world where he presents workshops on story, communication and presentation skills

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