Van Coke and Arno Carstens to perform at V&A museum

Singer Arno Carstens waves at his fellow artists while they make prints of their hands which will be used to make a giant mural representing the message of the 46664 concert its in our handaand how SA should fight HIV/Aids during a press conference in Johannesburg, Monday, 29 October 2007. Artists like Peter Gabriel, Annie Lennox, Corinne Bailey Rae, Goo Goo Dols among others have pledged to perform for Nelson Mandela on the day. Local artists like Carstens, Johnny Clegg, Cassette, Danny K and Loyiso will also perform. The concert, a first for Johannesburg, will be the fifth international 46664 concert to take place since the Aids charity was founded under the banner of Mandela's former prison number in 2002. Picture: Werner Beukes/SAPA

Rockers François van Coke and Arno Carstens will perform at Chavonnes Battery Museum, V&A Waterfront, on Wednesday July 27.

Since the breakup of Carstens’ band, The Springbok Nude Girls, the long-time band mates and friends have regularly collaborated, pooling their experience in rock music together to create memorable performances across the country.

Van Coke is renowned for his work leading two of South Africa’s most popular rock bands, Fokofpolisiekar and Van Coke Kartel, and released a self-titled solo album last year.

Performances are limited to 200 guests.

Doors open at 7pm, and performances are scheduled to start at 7.30pm.

Tickets are available to buy from Quicket and cost R175 each.

For more information, call 021 408 7600.