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11 pics that perfectly sum up Bastille’s Cape Town gig

2014-01-09 09:06
Cape Town - Breakout British rock band Bastille enchanted the Cape Town crowd on Wednesday night during their first South African gig at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

Due to popular demand the London-based four piece band will be performing another show at the botanical gardens on Friday before heading to Jozi where they will be on stage at the Emmarentia Dam on Saturday.

Hailed as one of Britain’s most exciting new bands, Bastille rocked the night while the crowd enjoyed a picnic under a starry Cape Town sky.

Here’s 11 pics that pretty much sum up Bastille’s first Cape Town gig:

1) The botanical gardens made for the perfect backdrop to a magical evening:

2) There were candles:

3) And glow sticks:

4) And fans waiting in anticipation:

5) Then lead singer Dan Smith took to the stage:

6) And the crowd loved it:

7) Dan did his magic:

8) And the people loved it!

9) Then Dan did this:

10) And this girl was like:

11) And then it all ended and everyone knew that it was an unforgettable night.


(Photos: Nielen de Klerk, Channel24)
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