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unnamed (4)Legendary rock band, Prime Circle has added 3 spectacular opening acts to their Botanical Gardens tour in celebration of their return to South Africa and home-grown musical talent.

The first Gauteng shows for Prime Circle after their international tour and European festival performances will be a spectacle of talent with rock band IV4, Indie folk band Sutherland and eclectic dream-pop trio Bye Beneco to take on the two picnic style styled concerts at the Pretoria National Botanical Gardens on 13 August and the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens on 14 August.

SANBI and Hilltop Live in association with TUKS FM Presents: Prime Circle – To The Roots. As the demand of these two shows keep growing, so does the increase of the crowds, taking these gigs from an intimate garden performance to the next level and building on the line-up to rock the crowds for hours and into the late afternoon. Gates open at 11am and the entertainment will kick off at 12pm with performances running till 5pm.The two stop Botanical Gardens tour showing Prime Circle have not forgotten where they came from. These two shows are set to welcome back Prime Circle to South Africa after their International tour in Austria and Germany in May-June, as well as performing at the UEFA Champions Festival in Milano, Italy. Aside from appearing on the bill at massive alternative rock/metal festivals, the band also performed in Hannover, Dresden, Leipzig, Flensburg, Hamburg, Freiburg, Saarbrücken and Mannheim during this period.

The Line-up for both dates:
12h00 – IV4
13h00 – Sutherland
14h00 – Bye Beneco
15h30 – 17h00 – Prime Circle

IV4 is a new 4-piece alternative rock band from Pretoria and the Converse Get Out Of The Garage 2015 winners. Since March 2015, these four young talented guys have been putting together a new take on alternative music – inspired by artists such as Coldplay, the 1975 & John Mayer – exploring various genres and laced with their catchy melodies and exciting guitar lines. After an electrifying live performance to win the Get Out Of The Garage competition, the 2015 winners travelled to the Converse Rubber Tracks studio in Williamsburg, New York where they worked with renowned producer Jason Finkel on their song “Let it Out”. They have since worked extensively alongside Grammy award-winning producer Darryl Torr at Openroom Productions in Johannesburg, on their debut self-titled EP – IV4. No strangers to the stage, the band has already shared the stage with household names like Gangs of Ballet, Desmond & The Tutus, Crash Car Burn, Rubber Duc, PH Fat to name a few. Inspired and energised, IV4 is set out to turn more than just a few heads.

Sutherland is an Indie folk band based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Misty, Mika and Chris decided to start Sutherland after a fun jam down at the local park. They came up with some pretty cool ideas and then decided to make something out of it. Sutherland was officially started in 2013 and is taking over the airwaves with hit after hit being play listed on local radio. Their latest single “Remember” has received major airplay.

The sound that is Bye Beneco has stemmed from a multitude of musical styles. Its organic composition, layered sounds and beautiful, evocative vocals are at the essence of their music. Their sound can be described as eclectic dream-pop with a dark underlying spirit, on which the band prides itself. The band consists of 3 members, Lenny-Dee Doucha, Bergen Nielson and Matthew Watson. It’s not just going to make your head bop, Bye Beneco produces an unique energy that is palpable through their music, awakening your mind’s eye.

Show details:

13 August 2016
Prime Circle, IV4, Sutherland and Bye Beneco
Pretoria National Botanical Garden
Tickets R120 per person online at Plankton.mobi or R150 at the gate

14 August 2016
Prime Circle, IV4, Sutherland and Bye Beneco
Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden
Tickets R150 per person online at Plankton.mobi or R170 at the gate

Tickets for the concert are available Plankton.mobi at. Children under 12 can enter for free. Gates will open at 11h00 and the concert will end at approximately 17h00. Everyone is welcome to bring picnic baskets (no glass or alcohol) and blankets. An on-site restaurant and tea garden are available; both serve alcoholic beverages.

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