[WIN] Golden Circle Tickets to Incubus LIVE!

YES! You read correctly! My 35th birthday weekend is kicking off with an EPIC start by giving YOU the chance to WIN a set of golden circle tickets to one of America’s greatest rock band of all time, INCUBUS! They’ll be performing live in Cape Town next week and I have two very precious golden circle tickets to give away to one of their biggest fans!

Concert Details for Incubus Live in Cape Town

  • When: Wednesday, 28th Feb 2018
  • Where: Green Point A Track (not the Greenpoint Stadium)
  • Gates Open: 16:00pm
  • Lineup: 5pm: BRYNN | 6pm: Retro Dizzy | 7pm Southern Wild | 8:30pm INCUBUS | 10pm Hard Curfew

Ticket Information

Tickets are on sale at www.incubussatour.co.za and prices range from R175 (for kids between 3 and 16) to R395 for general access and R795 for Golden Circle tickets.

R15 of each ticket sold goes to the “Make Yourself Foundation”, a non-profit organisation started in 2003 by the band to support various causes they care about. Since inception, MYF has raised more than $2,000,000 and awarded grant funding to over 60 non-profit organizations. www.makeyourselffoundation.org


There’s only one discussion we need to have and that’s WHY you’re Incubus’ BIGGEST fan by going to the Boring Cape Town Chick Facebook page and commenting on the Facebook competition post with the following details:

  1. Tell me why you’re their biggest fan.
  2. Leave your e-mail address on that post.
  3. Like the Boring Cape Town Chick Facebook Page.

Winners will be announced early next week. Please read the WIN tab above for competition T’s & C’s. GOOD LUCK!


Timed to coincide with the upcoming Incubus concerts in several cities throughout South Africa, Incubus front man & established visual artist Brandon Boyd will exhibit fine art, large scale prints, books, lithographs and a curated retail shop at his week-long ‘Opti-Mystic’ Pop Up Gallery.

Where: Gallery One 11, 111 Loop Street, Cape Town 8001

When: Tuesday, 26th February 2018 – Saturday, 3rd March 2018

Time: 18:00 – Open To Public

About Brandon Boyd

Born February 15, 1976, Brandon Boyd grew up in Calabasas, California. In 1991 he began singing and writing song lyrics with high school friends in what would become the Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum selling and internationally recognized rock band, Incubus. In April of 2017 the band released their eighth studio album, 8 and will tour extensively throughout the current year.

Though best known as a musician, Brandon is an avid and lifelong visual artist for whom art has played an increasingly prominent role. He is the author of three books combining his artwork, photography and creative writing: White Fluffy Clouds (2003), From the Murks of the Sultry Abyss (2007), and So The Echo (2013). Brandon has held book signings, art talks and solo and group exhibits extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally in cities such as London, Paris, Amsterdam, Rome, Zurich and exhibited at Art Basel Miami and other esteemed art fairs several times. For more information on Brandon please visit www.brandonboyd.me.



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  1. says: Louis Havemann

    Confession: I’m probably not Incubus’s BIGGEST fan

    But hear me out. I think claiming to be anyone’s biggest fan is brave because there will ALWAYS be someone crazier and way more fanatic than you are. Always.

    What I can say is that I have loved Incubus since the first time I heard Wish You Were Here and from after school (2005) I have followed, watched live dvds, listened to all the albums over and over and laughed and cried a million times over Brandon Boyd’s angelic voice and poetic meaningful lyrics. Incubus has been there for me in good and bad times and especially the good times.

    In December 2006 my mates and I went to Tofo, Mozambique for the 1st time and Light Grenades was just released that November, we listened to that album stukkend that holiday and that holiday is still one of my top 5 holidays ever.

    Incubus had a competition for their fans to make a music video for the song “Dig” and their favourite fan video would become the official music video.

    So that December in Tofo the conditions was like nature putting up a show, showing of. Huge waves, crazy hot weather, warm water, rainstorms, beer, Tipotinto, starry nights, good food, cool people, kiff locals, parties till way after sunrise, snorkeling, exploring. Just the best.

    We didn’t have film cameras but we kept on elaborating on our plans and shots for our music video and listening to Incubus as our holiday sound track just made the holiday that much more fun. In our minds our non existing Tofo holiday is the official Dig music video.

    I just love Incubus so much and this would probably make me cry if I win because I just can’t buy a ticket right now.

  2. says: Bianca

    Been a massive fan since the beginning There songs are so real and connect to everyday life and this is why i enjoy them so much. What would be even more epic is seeing them from GC.