Big Concerts today confirmed that additional tickets have been made available for fans wanting to attend the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert in Johannesburg on the 2nd February 2013 at FNB Stadium.
The concert has been sold out since it went on sale in August 2012 however due to additional production sight lines a limited amount of certain tickets have been made available. Fans can now purchase:
seated tickets in block 102 and block 124 (restricted view) priced R515 from Computicket
a dry hire suite ticket for R400 – this is a seat only offer in a private suite with no amenities,
a ticket in the Hi-Sense Vision Club for R600 which is a seat in a large shared suite with access to a private cash bar. To purchase tickets please visit Computicket or bigconcerts.co.za. Offer valid while stocks last.
The news everyone knew already has just been made official… The Red Hot Chili Peppers are coming to South Africa. The band will rock out in SA next February. How rad is this? Die Antwoord will be opening for the Peppers. That’s Zef bra, totes… haha. Dates as follows:
A few weeks ago drummer Chad Smith kind of confirmed the news via Twitter, but obviously to keep the hype and speculation going, the organisers held of a bit. Now it’s official. Tickets go on sale on Wednesday at 9am for Jozi residents. Cape Town it’s your chance on Thursday. So be sure to get your tickets for yet another Big Concerts Experience.
Musicians are coming out in their droves to help the people of Japan, as they try to recover from the tragic earthquake and tsunami that struck the country earlier this month. In addition to Gwen Stefani donating a $1million in relief aid, some of the world’s biggest artists have come together to create and album called “Songs for Japan”. Funds raised from this sales of this album will be to the Japanese Red Cross. The artists include the likes of Lady Gaga, Rihanna, U2, John Lennon, Madonna and many many more. The album can be downloaded from the iTunes store at just $9.99 (www.itunes.com/songsforjapan). Pity we don’t have iTunes in South Africa… Just saying.
The “Songs for Japan” track listing features an all-star lineup:
1. John Lennon “Imagine”
2. U2 “Walk On”
3. Bob Dylan “Shelter From The Storm”
4. Red Hot Chili Peppers “Around The World”
5. Lady Gaga “Born This Way”
6. Beyonce “Irreplaceable” Continue reading →