RTD 2014 annouced: Felix Laband, Schalk, Kagiso Lediga, Nicolass v Reenen, Brendan Murray

Felix Laband has devoted his entire life so far to the righteous pursuit of love through music and visuals. Over the past decade, Felix has been fearlessly pursuing the evolution of his sound while seeking to maintain a relevant point of view. The time has finally arrived, come and experience the culmination of Felix’s refined audio and visual pursuits on the #RTD2014 #ElectronicStage.

Hailing from Gauteng, Schalk is not afraid to say it like it is and talk about how he perceives things through his De la Rey spectacles. On stage he is fun and energetic and appeals to people of all kinds and colours (and yes, even black people. As a matter of fact, especially black people!). Join this cat for a laugh or five in the Savanna Cider #LemonTreeTheatre #RTD2014

One of our country’s pioneering black comedians, Kagiso Lediga has certainly earned his right to be called a South African comedy legend. He is a natural storyteller with an enigmatic comedy style that blends schoolboy charm with creative genius. Don’t miss his sharp intelligence & wit in the Savanna Cider #LemonTreeTheatre. #RTD2014

Nicolaas van Reenen is a Cape Town based multi-instrumentalist and producer, known for his work with a number of acclaimed and emerging acts. Most recently Nicolaas produces avant electro-acoustic sounds as Fever Trails. Eclectic and ethereal, Fever Trails combines Ableton Live, synthesisers, guitars, drums, piano and bass with his signature complex and layered sound. #ElectronicStage #RTD2014

Brendan Murray talks. A lot. Luckily, he thinks almost as much and his jokes tend to have more to do with the real world around him than the imaginary one where midgets ride flamingos to war in his head. Catch this comic genius in the Savanna Cider #LemonTreeTheatre. #RTD2014

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