Ben Howard Live in South Africa

FULL LINE-UP REVEALED FOR JULY DATES IN CAPE TOWN AND JOHANNESBURG

TICKETS ON SALE FROM >>HERE<< – LAST CHANCE TO CHANGE CT TICKETS!

The one-time journalist, avid surfer and incredible musician will be joined on stage by Bye Beneco for both cities and Farryl Purkiss during his Johannesburg show.

Fans who are yet to purchase tickets for the shows happening in Cape Town at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on the 22nd and 23rd and in Johannesburg on the 25th at Zoo Lake, are encouraged to do so as soon as possible, as tickets are selling out fast.

Limited seating for both Cape Town shows are available to all ticket holders and ticket purchasers. The opportunity to switch a general admission (standing) ticket to a specifically allocated seating ticket is offered on a first come, first served basis, while seating is still available for the taking.

Bye Beneco originalCurrent ticket holders will have until the 13th July 2015 at 16:00 to take up this opportunity. For an easy “how to guide” Cape Town ticket holders who wish to change their tickets to seated ones >>CLICK HERE<< or contact Webtickets. All tickets (including seated tickets for the Cape Town shows) are on sale through Webtickets and Seed Tickets

Johannesburg ticket holders will be delighted to know that we have partnered with Park and Ride SA (Pty) Ltd to make transportation to the Zoo Lake show safe, quick and super convenient. Fans are encouraged to make use of this option as there will be many advantages, including a separate entrance at the show to avoid queues.

Tickets on sale now >>HERE<<

Park and Ride pick up and drop off areas and *price:

– Rosebank Mall – R65 (shuttle service running every 30 mins)

– Sandton City – R120

– Cresta Shopping Centre – R120

– Cedar Square – R140

– Melrose Arch – R120

*Parking at the mall is included in the ticket price.

 

Ben Howard Tour Detail:

Cape Town:

22 & 23 July 2015 @Grand Arena, GrandWest

Doors open at 7pm

R465

Johannesburg:

25 July 2015 @ Zoo Lake, Parkview

Gates open at 1pm

R465

 

For More information:   Follow us for tour updates, support band announcements etc: @SeedExperiences

Join the Facebook event pages here to stay up to date further info:

Cape Town – Wednesday 22nd July: >>EVENT<<

Cape Town – Thursday 23rd July: >>EVENT<<

Johannesburg – Saturday 25th July: >>EVENT<<

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With sold-out shows across the globe and a whirlwind rise through the charts, famous songs include “The Wolves”, “Keep Your Head Up”, and more recently “I Forget Where We Were” Ben Howard is one of music’s fastest rising stars and a firm favourite in SA too.

Watch him perform “I Forget Where We Were” at Glastonbury for just a small taste of what’s to come when he performs LIVE in SA, >>HERE<<

All Media Enquiries can be directed to:

Anneke du Plessis

Seed Experiences

Media Liaison

media@weareseed.co.za

tel:082 708 1957

 

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About Seed Experiences

Seed Experiences is renowned for delivering world-class events to their fans. With annual events like Rocking the Daisies Music and Lifestyle Festival, Vodacom In The City, Sowing the Seeds, Sonar Cape Town and Jameson Vic Falls Carnival, people can only expect the best live music performances, great vibes and top production.

Past events include Paolo Nutini Live in Cape Town, Passenger SA Tour, The Lumineers SA Tour, Bastille SA Tour, John Newman SA Tour, DSTV presents UB40 SA Tour and Olmeca Tequila presents Mad Decent Block Party and more.

Accolades: Awarded the Highly Commended A Greener Festival Award 2014, 2013 and 2012; Winner – Bronze PRISM Awards for Best Media Relations campaign 2013; Nominated in the ‘Best Music Festival’ category for the MK Awards 2012 & 2013; Winner – Eco-Logic Award for Recycling (2012); Winner – Eco-Logic Award for Transport (2012); Finalist in the Bookmarks Awards for Best Social Media Campaign (2012); Finalist – Mail and Guardian Future Greening Awards (2012); Bookmark Silver Award Winner for Integrated campaign for 5Gum (2011); Finalist – Eco-Logic Award in Transport (2011); Winner – Eco-Logic Award for Climate Change (2011); Winner – Climate Change Leadership Award in the Small to Medium Business Category (2009 and 2010)

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