2024 Marist Music Festival with CRAIG LUCAS

We were all filled with pride to see our pupils performing so beautifully on the big stage! It was wonderful to welcome our alumni to the event with Marzia Barry entertaining us with her exceptional voice and her band, MarzBarz, while Joshua Morris kept the crowd going right to the end with his DJ skills as Mr Morris. Headline Act, Craig Lucas, gave a performance that was certainly not to be missed! A huge thank you to all those involved in the massive task of making this happen.

2024 FESTIVAL

St Joseph’s Marist College will be hosting the Marist Music Festival from 10:00-19:00 on 21 March 2024 (Human Rights Day). 

The festival takes place on the lawns of our iconic school, against the backdrop of Table Mountain. Our festivals are much anticipated and very well supported community events on the Cape Town calendar.

Families and friends are invited to be mesmerised by the musical performances. The Food Stalls, Bar Area and Kiddies’ Entertainment will be just a few steps away to cater for everyone’s taste.

This year we look forward to hosting CRAIG LUCAS, Marz Barz, Stellenbosch Big Band, Botrivier Marimba Band, Bergvliet High School Bands, South Peninsula Jazz Band and the stars of the St Joseph’s Marist College Music Department.

Date: 21 March 2024, Human Rights Day
Time: 10:00-19:00
Venue: St Joseph’s Marist College, Belmont Road, Rondebosch
Ticket Prices:
Adult: R180 Children U12: R120 U4 Free
At the gate:
Adult: R200 Children U12: R150 U4 Free

2019 FESTIVAL

St Joseph’s Marist College hosted the Marist Music Festival (previously known as Jazz on the Lawn) from 10:00-19:00 on 9 March 2019.

The festival took place on the lawns of our iconic school, against the backdrop of Table Mountain. Our festivals have become much anticipated and very well supported community events on the Cape Town calendar.

Families and friends are invited to be mesmerised by the musical performances.

This year the line-up included: FreshlygroundJason Ward, Timothy de Monk, and the Pedestrians. With supporting acts from our high school bands: Bergvliet, Settlers & St Joseph’s Marist College, along with the Ifidyoli Development Project.