Jasmine Thompson, FlicFlac and James Hersey to Headline SummerWaves


Jasmine Thompson

JASMINE Thompson from the United Kingdom, FlicFlac, from Germany, and James Hersey, from Austria, are set to headline SummerWaves at the Shimmy Beach Club, 12 South Arm Road, V&A Waterfront in Cape Town from 3.30pm on Sunday, April 17.

Jasmine Thompson is well-known for featuring on the Robin Schulz hit Sun Goes Down, Felix Jaehns Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better) and is currently dominating radio with the single Fast Car. Watch the video for Robin Schulz feat Jasmine Thompson – Sun Goes Down here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mo4cmTaEDIk

Tropical House DJ FlicFlac is best known for the remix of Vance Joy’s hit single Riptide remix along with remixing Milky Chance’s Stolen Dance. Listen to the Vance Joy Riptide remix here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQ5l4r2eh0Q

Singer/songwriter James Hersey supported Milky Chance on a United States tour in 2015 and has done collaborations with artists like Kygo, Dillon Francis, and Filous, which saw him join as guest artist at major international fests such as Coachella and Lollapalooza. Watch Kygo performing Coming Over (feat. James Hersey) Live on KCRW at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMqxxHBpQyk

The local line-up includes Pop Art Live, an upcoming live electronic outfit form Johannesburg, and since their inception Pop Art has played on almost every major line-up in the country such as Rocking the Daises and Oppikoppi.

Adding to the madness will be Thank Me Later, Gareth Kenward, Jet Treger and Blanka Mazimela who have all comfortably solidified their place in the Cape Town house scene, having played on multiple major events and festivals including Goldfish’s highly successful Submerged Sundays and the highly acclaimed Ultra South Africa.

Tickets are on sale now starting at R195 and available online from http://www.summerwaves.co.za or http://breakout.nutickets.co.za/summerwaves 

No under 18s allowed.


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