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Let it Flow event takes place in Cape Town

Let it Flow event takes place in Cape Town DJ_Generic

Calling all fans of House, Hip-Hop and R’n’B!  Don’t forget tomorrow sees the second Let It Flow party which will take place at Cape Town’s Mash Tun Craft Bar & Eatery on from 18:00.

The inaugural Let It Flow party, held in October last year, was such a success that organiser Meagan Karsten had no hesitation in setting up a second one (and she has more planned for 2018).

“The first Let it Flow party had such a chilled vibe and the best thing about it was that it catered for a mixture of music tastes and not just one genre. I think that’s why people enjoyed it so much and have asked for more.”

When it comes to the music, awesome DJs will keep the beats pumping with just enough spunk to satisfy the soul and get bodies on the dance floor. The line-up includes Kia Johnson, Branny Draai, Traviss Michaels, Sherwin Brydon, Timmy Adams, and Mario Rodriques.Karsten has also picked the perfect setting for the gig. The Mash Tun Craft Bar & Eatery is a fresh and trendy venue with a focus on a variety of locally produced craft beer, artisanal gin, wines and a mouth-watering array of fresh off the grill meals. Located in the heart of Woodstock, Cape Town, the site provides a wonderful space to kick back, relax, listen to some great tunes, enjoy wholesome food and great beverages and chill with friends and family.

Space is at a premium so party-goers are recommended to get there early to secure a table. Tickets are available for just R60 and can be purchased via https://www.quicket.co.za/events/39484-let-it-flow-house-hip-hop-rnb-party/#/There will also be a limited number of tickets available at the door on the evening, at a cost of R90, so best to book in advance and put that R30 saved towards a special cocktail!

“There really is no better way to spend a chilled Friday evening in Cape Town,” says Karsten.

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Zita Nzimande

The author Zita Nzimande

Zita Zimande is a sports news journalist from the University of Johannesburg. Besides being a sports fanatic, she loves to cook during her spare time.

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