Folk Hero Matthew Mole Returns To Kirstenbosch


Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts in association with Old Mutual are excited to welcome Matthew Mole back to the KBRocks stage on Sunday, 1 March 2020.

Last year’s performance sold out and Cape Town fans have been talking about it ever since. “It’s been massive to headline sold-out shows at Kirstenbosch over the past few years, and I can’t believe I get to play at this crazy-beautiful place again,” said Mole.

Over the past year, this multi-instrumentalist went on to play shows in the US, UK and Namibia but returned to Cape Town to record parts of his latest album GHOST. The album is an eclectic blend of folk, electronic undertones and positive vibes, and is currently climbing charts from the Mother City to Johannesburg. 

“GHOST is only a few months old but fans have already embraced it in a way I couldn’t have imagined,” added Mole.

GHOST is a gift that keeps on giving and over the past few weeks Mole has released some surprises from the album concert-goers are sure to enjoy, along with some of his classics. “Kirstenbosch is one of my favourite Cape Town venues. Every year just gets better and better, so I can’t wait for this one!”

Bring family and friends, pack a picnic with food and refreshments and enjoy Matthew Mole in the most beautiful garden in Cape Town. Tickets cost R170/p - R220/p. Book now at any Pick n Pay or online at

Details at a glance
Where: Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Rhodes Drive, Newlands, Cape Town
When: 01 March 2020
Times: Gates open 16h00, concerts start time 17h30, concert ends at 19h00.
Concert Tickets: Adults: R220, Youth (age 6 to 21 with ID): R170, Children under 6 years do not require a concert ticket.
Note: Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts are picnic-style, so bring a blanket and a picnic basket. All concerts take place irrespective of rain, regret no refunds are issued. The Kirstenbosch concert arena is a non-smoking venue, there will be no designated smoking areas available. Smoking is prohibited in all areas of the concert arena (this includes all smoking tobacco, e-cigarettes and vaporizers). The Cape Town Traffic Department will be deploying roadblocks outside Kirstenbosch to test for drinking and driving after each concert, concert-goers are encouraged to drink responsibly and ensure that they have a designated driver.

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