NIROX' Concert Program reopens on Sunday 6 December with Jazz line-up welcoming the arrival of our new concerts grand piano.
Kyle Sheperd, Thandi Ntuli, Dr. Roland Moses and Bokani Dyer will grace the keys along with their ensembles, through the day.
'And Then There Was FIRE...'
During lockdown NIROX has upgraded its restaurant facilities extensively. Bernado and Manuela, co-founders of CHE Argentinian Grill, head the new restaurant 'And Then There Was FIRE...', centred around a generous wood-fired grill for lunch;
with more casual all-day fare from the adjoining Tapas Cafe and
raw-food Earth Table.
Bookings highly recommended in all these spaces due to limited COVID seating.
For the Summer Jazz concert, the restaurant will be accompanied by select high-quality vendors, located as usual under the NIROX Water Pavilion.
Bernies Bar will be quench your thirst.
The Covered Space
Alongside the restaurant is a spectacular new rammed earth covered exhibition space designed by award-winning architect Johan Bergenthuin, with rammed earth walls built by AsaDuru. Here NIROX hosts solo artist installations, performances and curated cameo shows. On the concert day a solo installation by Nicholas Hlobo will be showing.
R500 Early Bird Tickets
Kyle Sheperd, Thandi Ntuli, MoAfrika ‘a Mokgathi & Them Cats, and Funk'd Jazz will grace the keys along with their ensembles, throughout the day.
The doors open
Enjoy the park and visit the Covered Space
MoAfrika ‘a Mokgathi & Them Cats
Performance sponsored by ConcertsSA
Due to COVID, the venue is currently strictly limited to 500 people (incl children). For this reason, we are unfortunately unable to accommodate a reduced children's ticket price.
All COVID precautionary measures will be taken. No entry without a mask. Social distancing to be observed.
NIROX is a cashless venue. All transactions via credit card machines, Zapper and/or Snapscan.
No food, drinks, pets, gazebos, umbrellas, bicycles or sporting equipment may be brought into the park.
MINI is a partner of Summer Jazz at NIROX.
CALEO is the anchor sponsor of the NIROX Concert Programme.
Entry and use of the facilities is entirely at your own risk. NIROX has no responsibility for injury or loss of any kind, howsoever arising.
Children are their parents responsibility. They must be under adult supervision at all times and respect the performance and experience of other patrons during concert. Sculptures are not to be handles or played upon.
The landscape is precious, treat it as such.
NIROX is an outdoor venue, subject to the weather. While every care is taken to ensure an enjoyable experience, a decision will be taken in the event of inclement weather on how to proceed. No refunds.
Entry to the park constitutes agreement that images of visitors may be captured and published on social and other media by other visitors; and by NIROX
The event will comply with current COVID legislations and best practice. If these change, NIROX is not responsible for curtailment or cancellation of this event.