East Coast Radio Durban Day Tickets Selling Out Fast
Lira - One of the Stars who will perform at East Coast Radio Durban Day
There are just over two weeks until East Coast Radio Durban Day at People’s Park and music fans are snapping up tickets. Seven of the country’s most established musicians and one up and coming band will take to the stage at the family orientated day out on Sunday 8 September.
East Coast Radio Durban Day is a chance for the whole family to revel in good music in a relaxed setting. In keeping with the relaxed vibe, concert goers will be allowed to bring along their own picnic baskets with food. No beverages will be allowed, these will be on sale. But if the idea of preparing your own food is a hassle there will also be food vendors at the venue. Aside from the on stage entertainment, there will be a secure Kids Zone to keep little ones entertained.
Lira, who forms part of this year’s line-up after a fantastic response at last East Coast Radio Durban Day, is excited about playing to the same kind of audience again this year. She says, “Performing at Durban Day is always a pleasure. It Durban's best cultural mix of audiences and allows my younger fans an opportunity to see me live. I love that! It’s an awesome family outing.”
If you’d like to win tickets to see the likes of Lira, Mi Casa, Prime Circle and Goldfish at East Coast Radio Durban Day stay tuned to the Breakfast Stack on East Coast Radio with Darren Maule every weekday morning from Monday 26 August. Four lucky listeners will be treated to an awesome VIP experience, complete with refreshments in the chilled Funsunzi zone and backstage access with the chance to meet their favourite artists. Other Funsunzi zone tickets will also be up for grabs on-air and online.
If you can’t wait to win, tickets are available from Computicket for R150 each. Children under the age of 12 enter for free. For more information visit www.ecr.co.za.
(Source - East Coast Radio)
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Article by +Fred Felton