Get your Ben Howard tickets right now!

2014-12-04 14:47

Cape Town - Since Ben Howard hit the international music scene and released his beautiful platinum selling and self-recorded debut album his popularity has continued to soar.

Ben has toured relentlessly for the last few years, every single show has sold out,  while more tours have been added and upgraded to bigger venues.

Now, with the latest I Forget Where We Were album under his belt, Ben Howard is finally coming to perform to his many fans in South Africa for the first time!

The Sowing the Seeds Music and Lifestyle Festival started in Cape Town in 2008 by Seed Experiences as a teaser event to the hugely popular Rocking the Daisies Festival and quickly grew in stature.

Since the phenomenal growth of Rocking the Daisies in the Western Cape, Seed Experiences saw a demand from people in the Jozi area who wanted a similar minded music and lifestyle festival closer to home.

On Saturday 21 March next year, the 3rd edition of Sowing the Seeds in Jozi, will be held at Emmarentia Dam over one full day and promises to be bigger than ever before while still maintaining its appealing boutique festival status.

Local acts confirmed so far include Desmond and the Tutus, as well as afro-folk singer and performer Bongeziwe Mabandla.

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Tickets for both festivals go on sale on 9 December

Johannesburg show:

Date: Saturday, 21st March 2015

Venue: Emmarentia Dam, Johannesburg

Tickets: R495 (note: children pay full price)

Gates open 10h00 and ends at 18h00

Cape Town show:

Date: Wednesday, 18th March 2015

Kirstenbosch Gardens  

Tickets: R465 (note: children pay full price)

Gates open 17h00 and ends at 22h00

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