Join Tribal Heart & an incredible jam-packed line-up of musical magicians and artists at Shapes of Africa in Mount Moreland, Durban this Saturday, collectively joining forces to help Save a Smile!!
Workshops throughout the day include Yoga by Doing Yoga Now, Bellydancing by BellyFusion and a live interactive "Public Canvas" session by Art Go Round. Funky art, craft, clothing and organic health products can also be found at the market whilst meandering through Shapes of Africa stunning venue. Don't miss this beautiful gathering of like-minded beings uniting for an extremely good cause!
10:00 am - 10:45 am ~ Kat&Kirst
10:55 am - 11:40 am ~ Rustic Spring
11:50 pm - 12:35 pm ~ Chad Jubber Music
12:45 pm - 13:30 pm ~ Muddy & The Mothership
13:40 pm - 14:25 pm ~ Steve Fataar
14:35 pm - 15:20 pm ~ Dawn Morey
15:30 pm - 16:15 pm ~ Shomon
16:25 pm - 17:10 pm ~ Luke Falconer
17:20 pm - 18:00 pm ~ Scott Venter
...and special guests. ~•~ Tickets ~•~
Who is Tarryn Jolly?
Tarryn Jolly is a local Durban North Documentary filmmaker and humanitarian. thegypsyproject.co.za
"All I need is space to breathe in the fresh air of our Universe.. The breeze of the wind, the silver droplets of the rain, the warmth of the sun, the air that keeps us alive.. To be grounded in nature and one with all creatures that surround us."
From building houses for the homeless (literally) to, creating connections and consciousness, she has always given freely, with an open heart and a huge smile. A few weeks ago, whilst working in Cape Town, she was hit head-on by a taxi, which had just been hit by a bus, as it spun across two lanes of traffic straight into the front of her Atos. Miraculously she sustained no life-threatening injuries, however, her face took most of the impact. As a result of the airbag not deploying her front teeth were knocked back into her skull, breaking her palette in to at least six pieces. Her teeth have been pulled back into place and her jaw has been wired up. Six weeks from now the wires will be removed and the dentist will see if her teeth can be saved and any reconstruction will begin.
Tickets cost R55 (including Quicket fee)
All the proceeds go directly to Tarryn Jolly.
Tickets will be on sale from now until the day of the event, where tickets can be purchased online or at the door.
Children up to the age of 12 get in for free, 13 and above require an adult ticket.
~•~ Venue ~•~
Shapes of Africa has very kindly offered us the use of their amazingly beautiful venue. Accommodation is available at as variety of prices, to book contact Shapes of Africa directly.
Please note as this is a conservancy area all who enter are encouraged to respect the environment, bring good vibes and leave no trace.
~•~ Facilities ~•~
Bar, Restaurant, Food Stalls, Vendors, Clean Toilets, Free Parking
~•~ T's and C's ~•~
STRICTLY: NO GLASS - NO PETS - No illegal substances, No weapons. The organisers accept no responsibility whatsoever for injury, death, loss or damage of any nature to persons, vehicles, and belongings. This applies even to negligence by the organisers of any kind.
Entry is entirely at your own risk. Right of admission is reserved.