Portugal. The Man coming to SA for two shows

2015-02-25 13:17

Cape Town - American band Portugal. The Man will be opening for headliner Paolo Nutini at Sowing the Seeds Music Festival at Emmarentia Dam on the 21 March.

The indie group has graced the stages of Coachella, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza, to name a few, and will also be performing for one night only in Cape Town at Kirstenbosch Gardens on Friday, 20 March.
Portugal. The Man’s latest album Evil Friends, was produced by Danger Mouse, the five-time Grammy award-winning producer behind everything from Gnarls Barkley and Beck to The Black Keys and now U2 and features melodic tracks like Modern Jesus and anthems like Smile.

Organisers of Sowing the Seeds, Seed Experiences are also excited to announce local band Diamond Thug, as the final addition to the Sowing the Seeds line-up! They will share the stage with loveable Desmond and the Tutu’s, Shortstraw (now with a number one iTunes album under their belt) the soulful Bongeziwe Mabandla, Portugal. The Man and Scottish singer songwriter Paolo Nutini.
The line-up for Sowing the Seeds Music Festival is now finalised and the talented Desmond and the Tutu’s have also been chosen as the opening act for Portugal. The Man in Cape Town.
Event info:

Portugal. The Man Live in Cape Town
Date: Friday, 20 March 2014
Venue: Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Cape Town
Tickets cost R365 and are available here.

Sowing the Seeds Music and Lifestyle Festival:
Date: Saturday, 21 March 2015
Venue: Emmarentia Dam, Johannesburg
Tickets: R495 (note: children 7 and older pay full price)
Gates open 10:00 and ends at 18:00

For more information visit the Sowing the Seeds Facebook page or their website.

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