The Vanilla lights up Park Acoustics

Park Acoustics is fast becoming an event everyone can enjoy. Photos: David Matsena

Pop band The Vanilla lit up the Park Acoustics festival at the Voortrekker Monument on Sunday attracting hundreds of residents.

Park Acoustics, held on the last Sunday of every month, is fast becoming very popular among residents and tourists to Pretoria alike.

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This concert is truly a family event everyone can enjoy.

More than 2 000 tickets are sold per event, and has become a great way to increase awareness of this magnificent location and venue.

Attendees are welcome to bring a picnic lunch but can also visit the many stalls to buy refreshments.

Apart from the music, the venue has a lot more to offer.

The Monument Function Centre is the perfect location for weddings, private birthday celebrations, and corporate events.

The team of professional waiters in the restaurant at the centre serve patrons delicious meals providing a top notch service and assistance throughout the event.

This is truly the ideal location for people that enjoy the outdoor environment and the luxury the venue has to offer.

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Veona Viljoen, Danica Naude and Chanel Naude.

Families across Pretoria came over to enjoy themselves.

Pop band The Vanilla performs at Park Acoustics.

Janelle Botha, Elani Meyer and Charlize Coetzee.

Caroline Makuma and Monique Scholtz.

Having fun at Park Acoustics.

Park Acoustics is fast becoming an event everyone can enjoy. Photos: David Matsena.

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