UMHLANGA LIFE - THE ONLINE LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Events for South Africa from Fashion Store Openings to Music to Art Shows



New Fashion Store For Umhlanga


Thursday 31st July, 6pm, SAM Store, Umhlanga Centre, Ridge Road. 
Shannon Hope will be performing at the event. 


Big Music Event In Jozi


Virgin Mobile and SkyRoomLive have recently partnered to make SA’s first ever live-streamed music concert series a reality. Every month, for the remainder of this year, SA fans will be able to attend these exclusive music events in JHB or be able to live steam the sessions from pretty much anywhere in the world. In addition, online fans will be given the chance to interact with their favourite artists during their pre-performance interview – a once in a life time opportunity!

Rumour has it there are free general standing tickets here: 

The next Urban Sessions event is taking place on Saturday, 2 August, so be sure to get your tickets before they run out.

The event takes place at the new SkyRoomLive crib at Shine Studios in Braamfontein.

“Music lives in the Virgin brand DNA – it makes us who we are. We want everyone to experience the true power of music by bringing SA’s top talent live to everyone’s screens,” says Jason Hair, Virgin Mobile’s Chief Operating Officer. 

So whether you want to live stream these shows, download past events or need to get your hands on these Urban Session tickets, be sure to visit www.virginmobile.co.za or www.SkyRoomLive.com.

If you are unlucky and miss out on the live action, you can also catch us on SABC1 every Saturday at 10pm.

#SRL 

DALA Architecture at artSPACE durban

Opening 2 August 16h30 - 18h00



Interface2012-14 emerges out of Durban-based collective dala’s CityWalk initiative, and forms part of a larger engagement and artistic process. The project aims to conscientise civil society, while creatively engaging the local urban condition. The Interface2012-14 initiatives are focused on unearthing equitable socio-spatial solutions by developing alternative bottom-up ways of better understanding public spaces.
Six international and two locally established artists were invited to develop a conceptual methodology, comprising of dialogues and long term objectives that start to explore new possibilities for planning the future city of Durban and, more broadly, cities within South Africa.
Interface2012-14’s programme will comprise of a project space and exhibition at artSPACE durban (28 July – 7 August,), a colloquium on movement (4 August), dialogue (5 August) and dissidence (6 August) at artSPACE durban

artSPACE durban, 3 Millar Road (off Umgeni Road) 031-312-0793 


This edition by +Fred Felton



        



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