Flying Fish adds some flavour to a traditionally Jazzy weekend

Cape Town – With music being the dominant theme over the past weekend, Capetonian revellers were treated to a unique, alternative scene, as Flying Fish hosted the first ever Beachanyama experience at the Grande Beach Café.

Known for adding flavour to ordinary experiences, the new flavoured beer from the South African Breweries pulled out all the stops to bring a taste of a Shisanyama to a beach occasion that is traditionally associated with sun bathing and surfing.

Adding to the zest, were a sizzling line up of acts and DJs that included youth pop outfit South African Music Award nominee Muzart, Major League DJs, Fistas Mixwell, Tyrone and Christian Tiger School the event lived up to the hype and provided a trendy and colourful experience to the Cape Town crowd. 
“We were very excited to be in Cape Town performing at the Beachanyama and adding some fabulous flavour to the mother city,” commented Muzart lead singer Rorisang Thandekiso. 
“The event really allowed us to showcase our talent and a way of connecting with our Cape Town fans,” she continued.
“The Cape Town Jazz weekend has traditionally catered for the distinguished music lover and we saw this as an opportunity to deliver a flavoursome experience that catered for the needs of the young at heart,” said Qhawekazi Mdikane Flying Fish Marketing Manager - Communications.
Flying Fish intends to ensure that the Beachanyama Experience becomes a key event on the annual social calendar. The event will also serve as a stepping stone for upcoming musicians that do not take part in the Jazz Festival. 

The event also celebrated and observed earth hour, which was anchored by a captivating one-hour drumming performance. 

Attended by the trendy and upwardly mobile crowd the Beachanyama experience was not only about braai meat and music, but also attracted Cape Town’s top fashionistas. With a dress code that said nautical with a touch of flavour the audience went all out to impress on the blue carpet.

“Fashion was the big winner of the afternoon, it’s hard to pull a Shisanyama meets beach ensemble but the guests showed different interpretations of the theme and that was impressive,” commented top Cape Town fashion blogger Trevor Stuurman. 

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