Greg Maxwell took some nice photos from Comeback Kid’s final stop of their South African tour, at Mercury Live, Cape Town, South Africa.
Comeback Kid were supported (in order of performance) by Peasant, Take Hand, Reason to Live and Truth and Its Burden. If you were at any of the shows, you will know how good our local bands were, and how amazing it was to see Comeback Kid live. If you weren’t, then you missed out, but hopefully these photos give you a taste of what went down.
Reason to Live
Truth and Its Burden
Revolution was a proud sponsor of the tour. A huge thank you to Ashley de Beer, Favour the Brave Agency, and all the other tour sponsors for making this tour happen.
Make sure you don’t miss out on Comeback Kid’s final show of their South African tour tonight at Mercury Live, Cape Town. Get tickets!
Reason to Live
Truth and Its Burden
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/344903482291529/
Here is come of the chaos that happened at the Durban and Johannesburg shows:
A huge thank you to Favour the Brave Agency for bringing them out!
Comeback Kid at Live in Durban. Photo by Brandon van Eeden.
Apparently Comeback Kid’s South African tour is going really well, and the band are enjoying themselves in South Africa.
Has anyone been to any of the shows yet? How were they?
Apparently a last minute show has been organised for Durban at the Winston Pub at 8pm tomorrow night: Comeback Kid, Reason to Live, Truth and Its Burden, R80.
Also, you can still catch them live if you haven’t seen them yet:
Pool City, PE
Mercury Live, CT
Check out this review about their show at Rumours Lounge, and Comeback Kid’s Instagram profile.
So because last week’s competition went pretty well, and because we feel bad that only one of you could win, we’ve decided to run another competition to win tickets to watch Comeback Kid in South Africa.
Win a ticket to the Comeback Kid South African Tour (one show) + a voucher worth R250 from Revolution.
How to enter:
1. Like the Revolution Facebook page
2. Like the Favour The Brave Agency Facebook page
3. Comment below with why you think you deserve to win
Winner will be announced this Friday (31 January)
Jagermeister in association with Favour The Brave Agency are pleased to announce that Canadian Hardcore Punk stalwarts; COMEBACK KID (Victory Records) will be touring South Africa this coming January 2014. Having written some of the most memorable moments in hardcore history with sing-along hits like “Die Tonight”, “Wake The Dead”, “Broadcasting” and “G.M. Vincent & I”, COMEBACK KID have cemented their brand of catchy hardcore punk in the hearts of their fans worldwide.
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT WWW.COMPUTICKET.CO.ZA
Find out more about the tour HERE.
Favour the Brave has announced the supporting acts for Canadian hardcore punk band Comeback Kid’s South African Tour. Click on the posters below to go to the Facebook events for each tour stop:
Revolution is a proud sponsor of the Comeback Kid South African Tour.
Favour The Brave Agency is pleased to announce that Canadian Hardcore Punk stalwarts; Comeback Kid (Victory Records) will be touring South Africa this coming January 2014. Having written some of the most memorable moments in hardcore history with sing-along hits like “Die Tonight”, “Wake The Dead”, “Broadcasting” and “G.M. Vincent & I”, Comeback Kid have cemented their brand of catchy hardcore punk in the hearts of their fans worldwide.
Comeback Kid will be supported throughout South Africa by Truth And Its Burden and Reason to Live. This tour promises to deliver powerful and moving performances across each city.
Tour dates below:
30/01 – Rumours Lounge, Johannesburg
31/01 – Arcade Empire, Pretoria
01/02 – Live The Venue, Durban
06/02 – Pool City, Port Elizabeth
07/02 – Mercury Live, Cape Town
Watch Comeback Kid’s latest video “Do Yourself A Favour”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQuSGOWnA_k
Tickets will be on sale at Computicket from 25/10/2013.
Revolution is a proud sponsor of the tour, alongside:
Music Connection, Jägermeister South Africa, Gary Cool, Cape Electric Tattoo, Action Motor Group Krugersdorp