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2013-04-08 14:25
Cape Town – British indie rockers Alt-J will be performing in South Africa in October this year.

The award-winning band has been confirmed as the first international act for Vodacom In The City 2013, performing on Friday 4 October at Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown, Johannesburg.

The have also been announced as the first international act to headline Rocking the Daisies 2013, which will be taking place from 3-6 October at Cloof Wine Estate in Darling, Western Cape.

Alt-J is set to perform on Saturday, 5 October.

Known for hits such as Tessellate and Matilda, the chart-topping quartet have already performed at some of world's top festivals such as Coachella, Glastonbury, Lollapalooza and Reading. 

They were also mominated at this year's Brit Awards for Best British Group, Best British Album and British Breakthrough and walked away with the Mercury Prize for Best British Album in 2012.


Tickets for the Vodacom In The City event are available from Webtickets.

General admission: R360
At the door: R500
VIP (includes food and complimentary drinks): R900

Tickets for Rocking the Daisies are also available through Webtickets.

Early bird: sold out
Thursday-Sunday: R600 (online), R700 (at the gate)
Friday-Sunday: R600 (online), R700 (at the gate)
Saturday-Sunday: R500 (online), R600 (at the gate)
Sunday: R100 (at the gate)

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