The Script returning to SA in 2015

2014-09-12 07:38

Cape Town – Big Concerts announced on Friday that Irish pop rockers The Script will be returning to South Africa in 2015 in support of their new album, No Sound Without Silence.

The band will be playing a show in Cape Town at the Grand Arena on Wednesday 8 February 2015 and in Durban at the Durban Arena on Friday 6 February.

They will also be playing in Johannesburg on 4 February at Crocodile Creek. The Johannesburg event will also feature a host of local bands including Gangs of Ballet, Beatenberg, Good Luck and Shortstraw.

Tickets for Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg are available from, Big Concerts and Computicket.

The Script, who visited SA in 2011 as part of their Science & Faith tour, consist of members Danny O'Donoghue (vocals), Mark Sheehan (guitar) and Glen Power (drums).

They also secretly visited SA in July this year to shoot their video for Superheroes in Alexandra township.

After reaching number fifteen in the charts with their 2008 debut single We Cry, their second single The Man Who Can't Be Moved peaked at number two. Their debut album The Script was released on 11 August 2008, and went straight to number one on iTunes, both in Ireland and the United Kingdom. Their third single, Breakeven, was released on 10 of November 2008, peaking at number 21 in the UK singles chart.

Watch the video for Superheroes here:

Tour Itinerary:

4 February 2015
The Dome
Tickets on viagogo

6 February 2015
ICC Durban Arena
Tickets on viagogo

Cape Town
8 February 2015
Grand Arena, GrandWest
Tickets on viagogo

Tickets are also on sale from Big Concerts and Computicket.

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