Blood Brothers at Carnival City on 9th September, 2016

10 of South Africa’s Biggest Music Heroes, One Stage,  Three Hours of Non-Stop Power Hits.

South Africa’s first rock super group, Blood brothers, formed in 2015 to join the Vrede Foundation in the fight against cancer.  They are back and ready to do another 3 hour concert of their own non-stop power hits, as well as the songs that inspired them.  Experience the rare opportunity to witness 10 of our best local talent together on one stage for one night only at Carnival City on 9th September, 2016.

The Vrede Foundation’s objective is to create cancer awareness among young South Africans (aged 15-29) and at the same time generate funds to give financial aid to young South Africans suffering from this disease.

Expect explosive performances by Francois van Coke (Fokofpolisiekar/solo), George van der Spuy (Taxi Violence), Albert Frost, Kobus de Kock Jnr. (Black Cat Bones), Hunter Kennedy (Fokofpolisiekar/Die Heuwels Fantasties), Rian Zietsman (Taxi Violence/Beast), Jason Hinch (Boargazm), Isaac Klawansky (Shadowclub) and Loedi Van Renen (Taxi Violence).

The guys are happy to introduce a new addition to their crew – the magnificent international recording artist, Zolani Mahola from Freshlyground.

Get your tickets now at TicketPro. Tickets are limited, so book now to avoid disappointment.

Jägermeister Presents: Blood Brothers at Carnival City

Date: 9th September
Venue: Carnival City

Doors open at 7pm. The show runs from 8pm – 11pm
Tickets at TicketPro – Range from R250-R395

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Other: No Persons under the age of 16



Twitter: @BloodBrothersSA

Vrede Foundation:


It’s mark of character, a showcase of integrity, but most of all, its portrayal of your lifestyle. Blood. Unity. Passion. That is the Blood Brothers way.

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