Ticket Giveaway: Petite Noir with Slow Jack at Kirstenbosch Gardens

The Show is giving away one set of double tickets to Petite Noir with Slow Jack at Kirstenbosch Gardens. This promises to be an incredible genre-bending show of great African music, bridging alternative, pop, rock and neo-noir.

Petite Noir with Slow Jack
Kirstenbosch BotanicalGgarden
Wednesday 21 March 2018, 17:15
Kirstenbosch Info Desk: +27 (0)21 799 8783 / 8773
www.webtickets.co.za  R135 – R180

The show is giving away one set of doubletickets to this incredible show of great African music. Simply enter the draw below by subscribing to the competition list. Your information will not be shared. Winners will be notified and announced by Monday 19 March. 

UPDATE: Congratulations to The Show reader Ms Shorley Breed, who was drawn to receive the two tickets.

Petite Noir
Petite Noir

Petite Noir is Yannick Ilunga, a Belgian-born, Congolese singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer from Cape Town. This talented, genre-defying artist released his debut EP The King of Anxiety in January 2015 on Domino Records. The EP, featuring “Till We Ghosts” and “Chess”, was followed up in September 2015 with his debut album La Vie Est Belle / Life Is Beautiful. Both releases received worldwide press acclaim with the album receiving an outstanding metacritic rating of 79/100. Influential music site, Pitchfork, gave The King of Anxiety an 8.2 score and hailed Petite Noir as “pop music’s future” in their review. In the UK “Down” and “Best” were playlisted by BBC 6 Music.

La Vie Est Belle / Life Is Beautiful went on to win Best Alternative Album at the South African Music Awards.

Slow Jack formed in 2015. Their debut single “Love To Dream” reached number one on 5FM’s Top 40 Chart and was listed by SA Music blog www.texxandthecity.com as one of the Top 20 releases of 2016. Slow Jack will be releasing a new single titled “Sick & Tired” early 2018. It is currently being mixed by Grammy award winning producer John Paterno in Los Angeles.




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