You can expect to be blown away by Matthew Mole at the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts.

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Matthew Mole at Kirstebosch

On March 19, 2023, as part of the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts presented in collaboration with the City of Cape Town, renowned singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Matthew Mole will perform at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden.

Against the stunning backdrop of Table Mountain, Matthew Mole is sure to give a captivating and unforgettable performance thanks to his signature blend of indie folk and light electronica.

Upon the release of his debut album “The Home We Built” in 2013, Matthew Mole became the first South African musician to reach number one on iTunes in his country. In 2016, with his second album, “Run,” he repeated the success. Matthew Mole’s “Ghost” album came out in 2019, and he released a string of singles in 2020, including “Keep it Together,” which went on to win “Record of the Year” at the 2021 South African Music Awards.

The City of Cape Town is pleased to partner with the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts, as expressed by Alderman JP Smith, a member of the mayoral committee for safety and security.

With the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts, the City of Cape Town is pleased to present a legendary performer from South Africa. Alderman JP Smit exclaimed, “We are incredibly excited to see Matthew Mole at Kirstenbosch, mesmerizing the crowd in such an incredible setting.”.

Take in the beauty of Table Mountain while listening to a world-class concert. Enjoy a picnic, or plan ahead and order from Kirstenbosch Tea Room (24 hours in advance) or Moyo Restaurant (orders must be placed five days in advance).


  • Date: 19 March 2023
  • Times: The gates will open at 4:00 PM, and the concert will start at 5:30 PM.
  • Cost: R260 adult / R190 youth (6 – 21-years-old)
  • Tickets: Webtickets or Kirstenbosch Ticket Office

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