Daniel Hoffmann wows Richards Bay crowd

Daniel Hoffmann rocked the Woodpecker Inn on Friday night at the SAVF fund-raiser PHOTOS: Tamlyn Jolly

RICHARDS Bay residents came out in full force on Friday to support local singer/songwriter Daniel Hoffmann at his sold-out gig at the Woodpecker Inn.

The event served as a Suid-Afrikaanse Vrouefederasie (SAVF) Richards Bay branch fund-raiser. with 50% of the takings going to the charity organisation.

Father and daughter team Emil and Suné Werner were the lucky winners of a bottle of champagne after a fun dance-off

Daniel wowed the crowd with his songs, both old and new, and had the audience old and young up on the dance floor for most of the evening.

A fun dance-off saw the father-daughter team of Emil and Suné Werner win a bottle of champagne, while other lucky draw prizes were also handed out.

After Willem Diedericks successfully auctioned off a Sharks rugby jersey at a SAVF fund-raiser earlier in the year, he was given the task of auctioning off a Blue Bulls jersey at Friday’s event.

The Blue Bulls rugby shirt, signed by Willem Diedericks and Daniel Hoffmann, was auctioned off and Bokkie de Lange (centre) was the lucky winner. With her are Irma Dreyer (SAVF) and Willem Diedericks (auctioneer)

The jersey, signed by Willem and Daniel, was auctioned off to highest bidder Bokkie de Lange.

Daniel Hoffmann’s upcoming events:

1 September: Mtunzini Forest Sundowner Restaurant

2 September: Beerfest at Outpost Restaurant, Richards Bay

23 September: Dolosfees, Richards Bay

29 September: Mtunzini Forest Sundowner with Karlien Husselman

Half of the concert’s takings was handed over to the SA Vrouefederasie. Pictured are Hennie Coetze (guitarist), Daniel Hoffmann, Irma Dreyer (SAVF) and Jacques Mayburgh (Woodpecker Inn)

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Tamlyn Jolly
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