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Nickelback heading to SA

2013-09-14 12:14
 
Cape Town - Big Concerts announced on Saturday that Canadian rock group Nickelback will be performing live in South Africa on their The Hits Tour in December.

The How You Remind Me hitmakers are set to perform at the Coca Cola Dome in Johannesburg on 6 and 8 December 2013.

Only dates for Johannesburg have been confirmed at the time of writing, with Cape Town dates still to be revealed.

Tickets for the Johannesburg shows will go on sale via Computicket on Friday, 20 September.

Computicket announced the price range for the Nickelback shows in Joburg as follows:

R790.00 - Bleachers
R680.00 - Golden Circle
R565.00 - Floor Standing
R450.00 - Bleachers
R340.00 - Mezzanine & Disabled Seating


Nickelback

Nickelback are one of the most commercially successful Canadian groups, having sold more than 50 million albums worldwide and over half a million copies in South Africa.

They are best known for their breakout hit How You Remind Me, which was nominated for Record of the Year at the 2003 Grammy Awards, and fans can look forward to seeing the band perform other hits such as If Everyone Cared, Photograph, Rockstar and Hero.

Their most recent album Here and Now was released in 2011. Lead singer Chad Kroeger said the band plan to release a Greatest Hits in 2013, followed by a new album in 2014.

- Channel24

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