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Old Mutual Music at the Lake, together with East Coast Radio, presents a loved-up collaboration at the Durban Botanic Gardens this Valentine’s Day. So, make sure you finish up early at work this Friday and head over to the oldest surviving and most romantic botanic gardens in Africa.
Gates will open at 17h30 and music will begin from 18h30 with not one but two heart-warming opening acts: Lulu Lund and Angel Mazibuko. Tickets are still available via webtickets.co.za and while there will be food stalls and craft gin and beer vendors on site, fans are welcome to bring their own picnic treats to enjoy; along with blankets and camping chairs.
Event sponsor Old Mutual sees music as a wonderful opportunity to speak to people through the universal language and passion that concerts such as the Music at the Lake create. Together with East Coast Radio and the Durban Botanic Gardens Trust, they are dedicated to the upliftment of the local area, its people and the growth opportunities available for both.
“There is great fulfilment in sponsoring events like the Music at Lakes! With the special Valentines concert coming up Old Mutual is acutely aware of the positive effect our presence and sponsorship of events like this can have on people!”
“We are showing up in the music space to help encourage, inspire and motivate people to grasp and remember the importance of securing a healthy financial future, so that one can spend quality time with loved ones and live a prosperous and financially secure life.”
“We are proud to be a part of this great musical series and continue to strive to remind people to Do Great Things Every Day!”, stated Bandile Mngoma, sponsorship manager, Old Mutual Limited.
Angel Mazibuko, who is one of the young supporting acts for this Friday’s concert, is a young singer, songwriter, guitarist and YouTuber who is doing great things. With performances on local radio stations, Idols, and at jazz festivals and music concerts across the country her solo career is set for great heights - and we cannot wait to welcome her to the stage of the very first Old Mutual Music at the Lake concert for 2020.
As Kwazulu-Natal’s premier outdoor music venue, the Durban Botanic Gardens looks
forward to welcoming fans to a total of 6 confirmed shows for the 2020 Old Mutual Music at the Lake series. The next show for 2020 will be an afternoon of fun on Saturday the 28th of March with Sho Madjozi and Shekhinah.
For more information about this and other Old Mutual Music at the Lake Concerts, visit www.musicatthelake.co.za or contact the Durban Botanic Gardens on 031 322 4021.