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Bottomless Coffee Band share a taste of what to expect at Backsberg picnic gig

Folk-rock duo Bottomless Coffee Band is the next act to entertain the crowd at the 10th annual Backsberg Picnic Concerts this Sunday.

The picturesque Backsberg Wine Farm is the backdrop for the annual summer picnic series presented by CapeTalk.

Read: Indie rock band Shortstraw kicks off epic Backsberg picnic series line-up

Lourens and Esté Rabé are the husband and wife multi-instrumentalist duo that make up the Bottomless Coffee Band.

They play up to 10 instruments between the two of them when performing a full set.

Esté Rabé says they are looking forward to bringing peopel together through the magic of music.

The pair have been touring since the launch of their second full-length album “Anthelia” last year.

They describe their sound and what concert-goers can look forward to on Sunday, 17 February.

It's happy music but we also try and get a message out that inspires people.

Lourens Rabé, one half of the Bottomless Coffee Band

We have different instruments that we use for different songs. W want to sound like a full band, but we're just a duo.

Lourens Rabé, one half of the Bottomless Coffee Band

Music is so magical. It doesn't to anybody. We are just the 'spreekbuiser' for the songs, as they say in Afrikaans.

Esté Rabé, one half of the Bottomless Coffee Band

Doors open at 3pm at Backsberg Wine Farm. Early arrival is advised.

Adults over 18 will receive a complimentary glass of Backsberg wine included in their ticket price. Wine and drinks will also be on sale.

No alcohol from outside may be brought onto the premises.

Tickets are R200 and free for children below 12 years. Click here to book on Quicket.

Bottomless Coffee Band also perform their track 'Perfect Summertime' and taste of what to expect.

Listen to the hear more about why it's an event not to be missed:

Image: Bottomless Coffee Band on Facebook.


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