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The festive season will be officially welcomed when the OLD MUTUAL MUSIC IN THE GARDENS SERIES brings its CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT concert to the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden on the 3rd of December.

Visitors will be treated to the sounds of Irish Pipes and Drums, followed by an inspiring performance by the Mzansi Youth Choir. And if that isn’t festive enough, the audience will also join in by lighting candles and singing along to carols. Kids are in for an extra-special treat, as Santa Claus will be there to greet them. This the final concert of the series at the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden for 2011 and friends and family have a chance to enjoy the festive mood together before the year comes to an end.

Fans are encouraged to come early, bring picnic chairs and blankets and spend the evening in natural splendour.

For more on the Old Mutual Music in the Gardens music series go to

Tickets for all concerts are available at R50.00,
Pre-sale at gardens: R50.00,
On day sales at gardens and ticketbreak: R50.00,

Senior Citizens: R40.00
Children under 13 are free.
Gates open: At 16:00, show starts at 18:00
Facilities Available:
Restaurant and Tea Garden available on site.
Alcoholic beverages are for sale at the Restaurant and Tea Garden.
Everyone is welcome to bring picnic baskets and blankets.

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