What's on

 

Situated in a central position surrounded by all the shops, restaurants and pubs, the Amphitheatre is arguably one of the best entertainment spots in the V&A Waterfront.

Enjoy a specially curated programme of local music at the Amphitheatre on Museum Night.

 

Amphitheatre Music Programme


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19:00 – 20:00
Androgenius

Androgenius is a 5-piece outfit comprised of Al Clapper (vocalist and front man), Alex Mayers (bassist and arranger), Jarryd West (drummer), Michael Wilson-Trollip (synth/keyboard) and Callum Macdonald (guitarist).

Their sound fuses R&B and soul with hip hop, funk, and jazz to create a feeling they've aptly dubbed 'soul hop'.While their sound carries a strong jazz undertone, the different musical backgrounds that the various band members come from allow their sound a certain malleability suited to the occasion and/or venue.

Their repertoire includes an original set as well as a large selection of jazz standards over the ages through R&B classics and current pop chart toppers.

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20:00 – 21:00
Lance Herman

Cape Town based Singer-Songwriter Lance Herman is releasing cinematic, dreamy pop songs; the latest of which Saturn depicts a gloomy love song given voice by Lance's distinctive, wistful singing and vivid lyricism.

Lance teams up with Lamar Bonhomme to bring the Saturn Music Video to life, which will be previewed on the V&A Amphitheatre Screen following his performance. Lance's live show itself, a multi-disciplinary, visual & audio treat, takes the audience on an impressionistic tour of Cape Town as seen through the lens of its supra-modern Youth protagonists.

The video art is brought to the stage in collaboration with 10 Ball Productions and Orms Direct. Lance plays on the night with a team of electrifying local musicians including Nicholas Williams (Keys), Jonno Sweetman (Drums) and Alex Mayers (Bass). 

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21:00 – 22:00
Amy Ayanda

Amy Ayanda is a multimedia artist from Cape Town, South Africa. and debuted her band in 2015. The band’s line-up has remained consistent and is a mix of organic and electronic sounds combined with Ayanda’s vocals.

The group has performed on various stages including CTEMF, Endless Daze & Rocking The Daisies.