SEPULTURA To Embark On First-Ever Tour Of South Africa
Brazilian thrashers SEPULTURA will embark on their first-ever tour of South Africa in early September. The four-date trek is being organized by Witchdoctor Records, the good folk who delivered THE HAUNTED and ENTOMBED to South African stages earlier in the year.
Sep. 03 – The Bat Hall – Durban, RSA
Sep. 05 - Mega Music Warehouse – Johannesburg, RSA
Sep. 06 - Mega Music Warehouse – Johannesburg, RSA
Sep. 10 - Parow Civic Centre - Cape Town, RSA
Doors will open at 8:00 p.m. with the main act commencing at 10:00 p.m. Support acts are still to be confirmed. These shows will be all ages with bar facilities for legal patrons (ID on request). Tickets will be limited for these events as to retain the intimacy of the shows (with each reportedly limited to 1,000 tickets) and will be available through Computicket at R185. Tickets will also be available on the night IF there are any left.
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