It’s been 6 months since Pretoria has seen Jeremy Loops live and there’s no better way to celebrate the first month of Spring than with ‘Jeremy Loops In The Garden’ on the 8th of September 2018.
Kicking off the first-ever Sunburn & Wonder event, the beautiful Pretoria National Botanical Gardens will transform into a playground, as Jeremy Loops and a host of other bands take to the stage for a spectacular live event the whole family will enjoy.
Jeremy Loops leapt into 2018 with the massive hit single ‘Waves’ and the release of his Critical As Water album which was supported with a world tour, seeing Loops reaching over 50,000 fans internationally and headlining a sold out show at Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London.
Recently announced, was the incredible news that Jeremy Loops will perform a once-off headline show at the iconic Roundhouse in London on 16 February, 2019. The first South African musician to do so since the venue reopened in 2006.
The venue is one of the most renowned art houses in the world, the 172-year-old institution, with a 3500-person capacity, has played host to legends of music, including The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix, and The Ramones, while contemporary stars like Radiohead and Bon Iver have called The Roundhouse home for their headline shows in London too.
Jeremy Loops also announced that he’ll be supporting Milky Chance on their tour of the USA and Canada, making it a big celebration as we see one of SA’s top musical exports play on home soil for ‘Jeremy Loops In The Garden’ on Saturday, the 8th of September 2018.
I’ve been following his career since 2012 and I can safely tell you that if you haven’t seen Jeremy Loops Live yet, you should do yourself a favour, his shows are always amazing.
Here’s how much you’ll need to pay to watch Jeremy Loops Live in Pretoria:
- Phase 1 adult tickets already SOLD OUT. Phase 2 adult tickets will set you back R150. Take note that they are limited. Phase 3 adult tickets will set you back R175 and phase 4 adult tickets will set you back R200.
- Phase 1 tickets for children aged (11 – 17 years old) are still available and cost R65. Phase 2 tickets for children aged (11 – 17 years old) will set you back R85 and phase 3 tickets for children aged (11 – 17 years old) will set you back R105.
Tickets are selling fast, so make sure that you get yours now!
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