Hot Water live at Concerts in the Park

By : Christopher Wray | March 02, 2017 | Blog

Hot Water live at Concerts in the Park

March 02, 2017

Hold on to that summer feeling

Summer isn’t over yet and we have just one more way in which you can make the most of it. Get out this weekend and embrace the longer summer days while they last. Gather your family and friends and enjoy the fresh air, some great local talent and all round good vibes.


Head to De Waal Park this Sunday (5 March 2017) for another awesome free summer concert, brought to you by Concerts in the Park and RSAWEB.


Sunday’s line-up includes:

Opening act: Mark Haze

Headline act: Hot Water


Hot Water



This South African folk-rock band fronted by Donovan Copley, the band’s founder, will have you moving and grooving to their utterly danceable rhythms.

Backed by a mix of stellar South African musicians, as diverse as the country itself, Hot Water has energised and uplifted thousands of audiences in South Africa and internationally.


Hot Water’s song Wamkelekile featured in Adam Sandler’s 2014 film with Drew Barrymore, Blended, playing during a raucous dance scene as well as over the end credits.



Mark Haze



Cape Town born Mark Haze found his love for music at seven years old. He followed his passion and was named the runner up in South African Idols season 7 in 2011.


After Idols, his band 12th Avenue changed its name to Mark Haze and continued to entertain audiences around the country.


Mark is a singer and songwriter, performing original rock, soul and blues material. Known for his wide vocal range, Mark’s signature sound of high energy Rock ‘n Roll is guaranteed to have audiences on their feet.


Stop by the RSAWEB tent at the concert. Enter our competition on the day and you could stand a chance to win amazing prizes!

See you on Sunday!

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