Bryan Ferry to follow Arno Carstens in Pretoria.
Ferry began his solo career in 1973. His solo hits included A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall, Let’s Stick Together and This Is Tomorrow. Ferry’s best-selling album Avalon, released in 1982, saw further release of singles such as Slave to Love and Don’t Stop the Dance, followed by the UK no. 1 album Boys and Girls in 1985. When his sales as a solo artist and as a member of Roxy Music are combined, Ferry has sold over 30 million albums worldwide.
Arno Carstens has released 12 albums; five as lead singer of Springbok Nude Girls, one as part of electronica project Bhelltower and six as a solo artist. He’s had over 20 top-ten singles and won 5 SAMA Awards, including Best Rock Album in 2004 for Another Universe and Best Adult Contemporary Album in 2006 for The Hello Goodbye Boys. In 2016 he won Song of the Year for Ontwaak, taken off his debut Afrikaans album, Die Aandblom 13, which won a Ghoema for Alternative Album of the Year in 2017.
Bryan Ferry Competition is now closed.
- This competition Closes on Wednesday, 13 February 2019.
- Tickets are only valid for the specified dates and performance times.
- Seat allocations are up to the discretion of the promoters.
- Tickets may not be upgraded, or exchanged for cash, or for alternate performances.
- Each Prize comprises of two tickets per winner
- No-Shows will not receive replacement tickets.
- By entering this competition, the participant agrees to the terms and conditions.
- Prizes does not include accommodation and / or travel to and from the event.
- Winners will be notified by mail.
- One Entry per Email Address will be entered into the draw.