Over 3000 mense made their way to Constitution Street in Belhar on Friday for the Jeodhouse Street Party.
The stage was set for a lekker Christmas show to keep the community entertained, and mense came dressed up to the theme, bringing their festive gees, camp chairs and cooler boxes.
DJ Thando got the party started and other artists on the bill included Loukmaan Adams, Robin P, Quinton Manuel, PJ Twins, August West, Vuvu Khumalo, Christian Bennett and more, with the Jeodhouse Band backing all the artists.
Wayne McKay and Uncle Cal held the fort as the MCs for the day.
Jeodhouse founder member, Devanish Hendricks, says they organised the event themselves and it was aimed at bringing his community together.
“It was good as a band to play for some of the greatest talents in Cape Town,” he says.
“These artists performed for free and shared a vision of enriching a community impoverished by poverty and gangsterism. We had to end of the year with a bang.”
Hendricks says this was the third annual bash and they will “continue to fight for change in the music industry”.
“We rotate artists for this show every year so everyone gets the opportunity to experience the street parties and be able to do their bit to invest into the industry.”
Kids who attended the event received party packets and gifts from various sponsors.