Local cricket sensation, Albie Morkel and award-winning singer, Jo Black have recently launched the Ultimate Aim Sports Pavilion – an entertainment centre for the whole family.
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Derek Alberts and Janina Oberholzer were the hosts on the evening of the soft launch and both Albie Morkel and Jo Black had a chance to share their passion about this new hub of entertainment with the crowd (which included the who’s who from Pretoria and beyond). The launch evening boasted a variety of entertainment, with pro-golfers showing off with the venue’s impressive golf simulator and Dawie Rothman demonstrating his talent as archer.
Jo Black also opened the in-house theatre-restaurant, The Bearded Butcher’s stage with an acoustic version of Chris Stapleton’s Fire Away and then Rubber Duc, Werner Bekker, Janie Bay and Free Beer Cover Band took to the stage and gave the crowd a proper introduction of what the venue is all about.
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The Ultimate Aim Sports Pavilion is owned by three companies – AJAR, Ultimate Aim Group and The Bearded Butcher, with various shareholders and the venue have officially opened its doors to the public on 31 May. Tickets to the event went on sale on 20 May and were already sold out by the 21st.
According to Morkel the main objective is to provide healthy family entertainment in one place. Jo Black’s theatre-restaurant, The Bearded Butcher, will be the heartbeat of live entertainment with the kitchen to be run by kykNET’s Kokkedoor finalist, Linde Watson Graaff.
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Be sure to keep an eye out for upcoming events and happenings at The Ultimate Aim Sports Pavilion and The Bearded Butcher.