Beatenberg are back with a month(ish)-long tour of intimate performances for their South African fans of their new album, 12 Views of Beatenberg; an introspective turn for the band’s start to a new year. With friends The World of Birds performing alongside them for a portion of these small-stage encounters, the tour will see them bringing the audience closer to the heart of the music, while traveling from their mother-city hometown across the country via staples like Johannesburg, East London and George, as well as beyond to Botswana and Lesotho, for a cosy capacity of 200 music lovers apiece.
Tickets are moving fast, and Cape Town is making it all the more difficult to keep up! The boys will be stopping by for an extra night at The Raptor Room, as well as Railways Cafe in Pretoria. With the closure of The Orbit, we’ll be moving to Marabi Lounge, so stay in the know and follow our socials for updates.
Check out the rest of the tour dates below; click through here for more details on each and here for tickets on Quicket:
6 and 7 FEBRUARY: The Raptor Room – Cape Town (SOLD OUT)
“We like it fresh, we like it local and we ain’t cooking if there’s no music.”
Cape Town’s favorite new live music spot, The Raptor Room blends the traditional with the quirky.
10 FEBRUARY: RAILWAYS CAFE – Pretoria
Live Music has been the core of Railways Cafe since the beginning. As they strive to keep the live music industry on its toes, we hope you come through and show some love!
13 FEBRUARY: Marabi Club – Johannesburg
Upon the closing of The Orbit, this leg of the tour will be held at Marabi Jazz Lounge. Any tickets bought can be refunded or exchanged via the email address below.*
14 FEBRUARY: The Chairman – Durban (SOLD OUT)
A sophisticated, world class bar that stimulates the imagination and bends all rules and conventions –the perfect place for our boys to shine.
16 FEBRUARY: The C Club – East London
Located 42km north of East London is a magical seaside village… Chintsa East. There, you will find The C Club; the C represents the ocean, the name of the village and one of the 3 mad Scots that started Chintsa, old man Crawford.
17 FEBRUARY: Lowlander – Grahamstown
A rustic pub and restaurant which hosts popular student nights know as Monday Madness and Thirsty Thursdays. This Sunday session with Beatenberg will be the perfect end to a wild week.
21 FEBRUARY: Vinyl on Main – Knysna
With a great lineup of local and international artists bringing live entertainment to the Garden Route for many years, Vinyl on Main places itself as the premier live music and entertainment venue for the region.
22 FEBRUARY: Caloroso Roastery – George
Cosmopolitan coffee-house-culture in the heart of the Garden Route, serving breakfast, lunch & light meals with a healthy portion of good music.
23 FEBRUARY: Hank’s Olde Irish – Stellenbosch
A premium whisk(e)y bar in the middle of Dorp St, Stellenbosch with a variety of spirits from all over the world.
24 FEBRUARY: Olympia Cafe – Kalk Bay
Olympia Cafe is a Kalk Bay institution… Of the good kind, with food of the great kind and waitrons of the interesting kind!
1 MARCH: Ramabanta Trading Post, Maseru – Lesotho
Another exciting leg of the tour will take the band to Lesotho. Hidden deep in the mountains, with spectacular views across the valley, Ramabanta Trading Post Lodge is the ideal location for the adventurer seeking off-road trails, or looking for peace and tranquility.
3 MARCH: Backsberg Cellars – Paarl
Join Beatenberg for Backsberg’s 10th Annual Picnic Concert series, presented by the guys and gals at CapeTalk.
23 MARCH: PopUp Food and Live Music Festival – Gaberone, Botswana
Plenty to do at this music and food festival where family is first, right on the shore at Bonjanala Waterfront.