Seether coming to SA for semi-acoustic tour

2013-09-09 10:55
Cape Town – Seether will be returning to South Africa in November for a semi-acoustic tour, "An Intimate Evening With Seether".

The alternative metal band will be playing in Cape Town, Durban and will be headlining the Parklife Festival in Johannesburg.

Seether's SA shows will have a storyteller-type atmosphere and the band will be joined by local acts for all three shows.
Dirty Skirts, Shortstraw and ISO have been confirmed for the Parklife Festival with more local acts to be announced soon. Farryl Purkiss and Jeremy Loops will be joining Seether in Durban and Taxi Violence (unplugged) in Cape Town.

Seether comprises of singer, guitar player and song writer Shaun Morgan (Welgemoed) and base player Dale Stewart, both from South Africa, and American drummer John Humphrey.

The band will also release a career retrospective "Greatest Hits" double album in October in support of their tour. The album will feature a collection of their greatest hits along with three unreleased tracks, rare b-sides and live tracks.

Tour itinerary:

Cape Town
Friday, 22 November
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Start time: 19:30. Ticket prices: Early-bird special R150, thereafter R250

Saturday, 23 November
Chris Saunders Park, Umhlanga
Start time: 12:00
Ticket prices: Early-bird special R150, thereafter R250

Sunday, 24 November
Parklife Festival, Marks Park, Judith Rd, Emmarentia
Start time: 11:00
Ticket Prices: Early-bird special R150 for adults, thereafter R295; R50 for kids under 17 (kids under 6 free)

Tickets are available from Webtickets.

Watch a teaser trailer for their new album here: publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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