Matthew Mole brings the ‘feel good’ vibe

Matthew Mole did not disappoint at Woordfees 2017, as his show was filled with all his trademark crowd pleasers.

The community of Stellenbosch was yet again entertained by past hits, like “Take Yours, I’ll Take Mine”,  as well as songs from his latest album, Run, which was released in 2016 and is the artist’s second album to reach the top spot on Apple music charts and iTunes.

A surprise collaboration with his dad, Rory Mole, and his usual drum solo at the end off the show, had the crowd on their feet.

Matthew Mole performing at Jan Marais Park. PHOTO: HOLLY CHARLTON

Jan Marais Nature Reserve was packed with concert-goers making the most of an energy-filled performance.

In addition to those seated at the provided benches, many couples, families and other groups brought blankets and set up mini picnics.

Although audience members were not allowed to bring in their own food and drink, a beer tent and food stall were available.

Woordfees will come to an end this weekend with acts such as Francois van Coke, Emo Adams and many more. Tickets are available at Computicket or at the entrance.

-Tania Heyns, Tembisa Mguzulo, Vonani Ngomana, Holly Charlton, Aydn Parrot.