Cape Town - The Blood Brothers, South Africa’s first rock 'n roll super group have taken up arms for the Vrede Foundation in the fight against cancer.
They banded together for the first time at Carnival City on 18 July and now they are bringing their killer 3 hour set to Cape Town.
But before that, Hunter Kennedy wrote the war cry, People Gotta Know, to get our local rock legends fired up and ready for round 2.
Listen to People Gotta know:
Get People Gotta Know on Itunes.
(All proceeds of the sale of this single goes to The Vrede Foundation)
Everything you need to know about the concert:
Ten of the biggest names in rock were recruited to destroy the stage with their legendary songs and the songs from their favourite international bands (which influenced their sound), during a killer 3 hour long set.
The Blood Brothers are coming for Cape Town on 23 September to bring one night of mayhem to Grand West Casino’s stage and raise more funds for the Vrede Foundation.
The Vrede Foundation’s aim is to generate awareness amongst young South Africans (aged 15-29) regarding cancer and at the same time raise funds to provide financial aid to young South Africans with this disease.
(Photo credit:Andre Badenhorst)
Date: 23 September 2015
Venue: Grand West Casino, Cape Town
Price: R250 – R395
Get your tickets at Webtickets.
To wet your appetite for the Cape Town show, listen to the Blood Brothers set list on Deezer.
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