With all the warm feelings of Heritage Day still fresh in our minds, Sunday’s music concert at the Durban Botanic Gardens was a fitting celebration of our beautiful country with over 3500 Durbanites turning up to enjoy South Africa’s very own Jeremy Loops, Rubber DUC and Bad Peter.

Opening act Bad Peter Duo made their way from Pretoria to get the Durban crowd out of their camping chairs, off their picnic blankets and onto their feet at the front of the stage with an energizing mix of folk, blues, African, pop and Latin sounds. Throw in a seriously vibey set of acoustic, jazzy dance music from the fun-loving Rubber DUC and

The crowd went crazy when Jeremy Loops and his instrumental, musically gifted crew took to the stage, performing a selection of music that he asked the crowd to choose. A mix of old and new made for the perfect entertainment. All in all, another fun-filled day out for local family and friends at the Old Mutual Music at the Lake series.

But it doesn’t end here music lovers… Catch Lady Zamar, Black Motion, and Colours of Sound on Sunday the 3rd of November. It’s another concert not to be missed! Tickets available at

For more information about this and other Old Mutual Music at the Lake Concerts, visit or contact the Durban Botanic Gardens on 031 322 4021.

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