Prime Circle to squeeze in four SA dates on their international tour

2014-07-02 19:00


Yup, you heard right! Local rockers Prime Circle will be jetting back home, in the middle of their massive European tour, to play five dates in South Africa. Why? Because they miss us is why!

Ross and the boys from Prime Circle kicked off a massive 30 date European tour last week in Amsterdam but will be returning, mid-tour,  to play shows in Jo'burg, Cape Town and Bloemfontein in the next few weeks.

The local leg of their "Let the Night In" tour will see Prime Circle play at the Teatro at Monte Casino on the 18th and 19th of July before heading to Bloemfontein's Sand Du Plessis theatre for shows on the 31st of July and 1st of August. The band will close the local leg of the tour with a performance at the Grandwest Theatre in Cape Town on the 9th of August.

Less than a month later the band will resume their European tour in Koln, Germany before playing across Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Belgium, France and Spain.

Talking about the tour, Frontman Ross Learmonth says the band is excited to be playing so many dates, especially in South Africa.

“We’re really excited about heading back to Europe to launch the new album," he says. "Securing this massive international tour means that all hard yards we have put in overseas are truly paying off."

“This will be our biggest venues tour of South Africa – our very first stand-alone arena tour,” Ross added. “We’re all super-amped about it. Audiences can expect an explosion of feeling and visuals – it’s going to be totally over the top. Each concert is going to be an event, rather than just a show!”

Fans of the band can check out Computicket now to get tickets to the show, before they all sell out.

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