Springbok Nude Girls at the Mercury Live in Cape Town


By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | September 13, 2017
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Springbok Nude Girls

Spring is in full swing, and that means that the night life in the Mother City is starting to heat up. Adding to that heat is the Springbok Nude Girls at Mercury Live.

Where: Mercury Live
43 De Villiers Street Zonnebloem,
8001 Cape Town
When: 21 September 2017
Cost: Between R100 (online tickets) and R120 (at the door)
Time: The doors to the venue will open at 19H00. So if you’re the kind of person who likes a quiet pint before a venue gets too full, arrive early. The first band will take to the stage at 20H15.

Be sure to follow the event on Facebook.

That’s right! Icons of South African Rock, the Springbok Nude Girls will be playing at the Mercury during September! So if you’re looking for an awesome way to spend an evening, then this is the show for you.

Springbok Nude Girls at Mercury Live

On the 21st of September, the Nude Girls will be rocking the house at the Mercury. They will be joined by:

Southern Wild
Stoker
Nick Turner Music

About the Springbok Nude Girls

Through a series of serendipitous events in the early 90’s in the small wine making town of Stellenbosch, Arno Carstens, Theo Crous, Adriaan Brand, Arno Blumer and Francois Kruger became The Springbok Nude Girls.

Little did they know that they would go on to become one of the most loved rock bands South Africa has ever seen, known for their high energy stage antics and unique musical sound which combines Punk, Reggae, Scat, Metal, Funk, and Jazz.

Since their first gig, in 1994, in Stellenbosch the platinum selling, award winning band have gone on to record albums that contain some of our countries most beloved anthems. They have headlined every major South African music festival and performed at some of the most auspicious international music festivals.

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