Shimmy Beach Club is proud to be hosting the inaugural ‘TUTUFEST’ concert on Sunday, 26 February. Performances by South African musical legends Goodluck, The Kiffness, Brett Aitken, Alice Phoebe-Lou and James Copeland will set the tone for this incredible charity event, along with the debut of BRYNN, a brand new all-star local band.


A group of kind individuals have worked to put together a fundraising concert in partnership with Shimmy Beach Club.

A number of artists have kindly volunteered their time to perform, as have a numerous companies who work behind the scenes at events like these. From sound equipment to soft-drinks, people have done whatever they can to assist the cause.


This promises to be a great party as well as a chance to help raise funds for those children who have been left alone in the world. ‘TUTUFEST’ builds on the work of Nikki Harding who raised funds to secure the future of Ayola, a young boy who was orphaned by his father days before Christmas last year.


In the aftermath of this senseless act, a number of people came together to do what they could to support Ayola and to safeguard his future. Ayola’s name has also served as inspiration for this initiative: to support “All Young Orphans Left Alone”.


Tickets for the event are available via NuTickets and will cost R220 for general access, and R425 for VIP. Guests can purchase a tutu at R60 each, and will receive the tutu on arrival and are encouraged to wear them during event.

For VIP couch pocket bookings, please contact Kelly via tickets@shimmybeachclub.co.za.


Follow the conversation about the event via #TUTUFEST or for more on Ayola at #ForAyola.


For more information, please contact Michael-Giles Coyle on giles@corporateimage.co.za or 071 280 4027

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