Morcheeba's Skye Edwards. Picture: Supplied
Morcheeba are a true phenomenon. With a music career spanning 22 years and millions of albums sold, the British trip-hop pioneers will finally hit South African soil for a once-off show in Cape Town on 6 April 2018. 

Fans can bliss out, sing along and dance under the skies at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens to the sensual vocals of Skye Edwards and the psychedelic guitar grooves of Ross Godfrey. 

Morcheeba defined the ‘chill out’ genre in the mid-90s with trippy songs like “Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day”, “The Sea”, “Even Though” and “Otherwise”, and emerged from the decade as a household name with a global fanbase.

Setting the scene for Morcheeba in Cape Town will be local support act Valve State , the brainchild of musician Lee Thomson and DJ Richard Marshall, two of Cape Town’s most respected and dynamic musical minds.

They have recently been joined by award-winning and celebrated pianist Jason Reolon. Through a combination of effects, samplers, CDJ’s, computers, keyboards and trumpet, they have refined the art of blending live, improvised jazz with modern electronic music.

Their new album ‘Blaze Away’ is due for release on 1 June 2018. 

Morcheeba - Live at Kirstenbosch Gardens
Date: 6 April 2018
Time: 18h00
Support Act: Valve State
Tickets: R495 at