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Oppikoppi coming to Cape Town

2012-06-19 16:15
 
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Cape Town - Festival organisers announced on Tuesday that they'll be bringing some of the Oppikoppi magic to Cape Town.

Oppikoppi is bringing One Night in Cape Town! to Grand West's Grand Arena on 9 August featuring all the international acts that have been confirmed for the Oppikoppi festival in Northam from 9-11 August.

The bands that will be performing include rock band Seether, punk band Enter Shikari, Bullet For My Valentine, Eagles of Death Metal and KONGOS.

Oppikoppi posted the following on their Facebook page on Tuesday: "Rock out with Seether, Enter Shikari, Bullet for My Valentine, Eagles Of Death Metal, KONGOS and more, especially for those unable to get to the OppiKoppi Sweet\Thing Festival."

Tickets are available from Computicket and are priced as follows:

Golden Circle - R450 excluding Computicket service and credit card fees
General Standing - R400 excluding Computicket service and credit card fees
Seated - R380 excluding Computicket service and credit card fees
Disabled - R400 excluding Computicket service and credit card fees

Gates open at 14:00 on Thursday 9 August.

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- Channel24

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