[WIN] Tickets to Bastille LIVE in Cape Town

“These are the things! The things we lost in the fire, fire, fire!”

“And if you close your eyes does it almost feel like you’ve been here before?!”

“This is the rhythm of the night, the night! Oh yeah!”

Considering it’s Bastille Day, Dan Smith’s birthday (the lead singer) AND is parents are South African, what better day than to share a giveaway to Bastille’s Cape Town show?!

Bastille is heading back to South Africa for a crowd-pleasing night of pop rock. Performing in 3 South African cities this October, Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg. The award-winning band adds SA tour dates as part of their, “Wild, Wild World Tour”.

Will Farquarson of Bastille says of South Africa,

“It was amazing…when you go to a country you’ve never been to, you don’t quite know how you are going to be received so we were blown away by how energetic the crowd was (at the shows).”

2017 SA Tour Dates

  • 4 October: Cape Town, GrandWest Casino and Entertainment World
  • 6 October: Durban, Durban Botanic Gardens
  • 7 October: Johannesburg, Emmarentia Dam

Tickets available at www.webtickets.co.za   

Win a Double Set of Tickets and Album

If you’re a mad Bastille fan and you’d love to watch them live, then please do the following:

Please read T’s & C’s on the WIN tab above. Participants must be 18 years or older. The competition will run until the end of the July 2017.

More About Bastille

Bastille’s debut album, Bad Blood, was Britain’s biggest-selling digital album of 2013. The single Pompeii was the most streamed song of all time in the UK and spent a staggering 92 weeks in the Billboard Hot 100, a feat only equalled by Pharrell’s Happy. The band was nominated for four Brit Awards in 2014, winning the British Breakthrough Act. As of November 2014, Bastille have sold over 5 million records in the US and 2.5 million records in the UK.




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