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Dave Matthews Band coming to SA

2013-06-11 08:12
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Cape Town - The Dave Matthews Band will be performing in South Africa later this year.

94.5 Kfm made the announcement on Tuesday morning on their breakfast show.

The Dave Matthews Band will be performing in Cape Town on Saturday, 30 November at the Grand Arena, GrandWest and in Johannesburg on Tuesday, 3 December at the Coca-Cola Dome.

An American rock band started by South African-born David John Matthews, they consist of Carter Beauford (drums), Jeff Coffin (saxophone), Stefan Lessard (bass), Dave Matthews (vocals, guitar), Tim Reynolds (guitar), Rashawn Ross (trumpet) and Boyd Tinsley (violin).

Born in Johannesburg, Dave Matthews went to high school at St Stithians College but moved to New York in 1986. This will be his very first performance in South Africa.

Known for hits like Crash into Me, Too Much, Satellite and Tripping Billies, the Dave Matthews band are touring in support of their latest album, Away From The World, which Rolling Stone named as one of the Top 50 Albums of 2012.

Tickets go on sale today at 09:00 and are available through Computicket and Big Concerts' website.

Ticket prices range from R400-R600 for Cape Town and R400-R675 for Johannesburg.

Dave Matthews Band will be supported by music legend Vusi Mahlasela.

Tour Itinerary
Cape Town
Saturday 30 November 2013
Grand Arena, GrandWest
Tickets: R400 – R600
Tuesday 3 December 2013
Coca-Cola Dome
Tickets: R400 – R675

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