Win Tickets to See German Techno-Brass Group MEUTE & Eclectic South African Group Bombshelter Beast

Germany’s coolest marching band, MEUTE, is coming to Southern Africa. With a tour that will see them visit two South African cities, Johannesburg and Durban, and the Kingdom of eSwatini, we are in for a techno-brass treat and experience. This fantastic tour is supported by the Goethe-Institut and it is set to wow South African music lovers who have a great love for live interpretations of their favourite electronic tunes.

To give a little more background, MEUTE is a world-renowned brass ensemble that is celebrated and respected for their groundbreaking approach of fusing brass band music and electronic music. The eleven-man group interprets DJ-favourites and packages them in a brass band format, which is often delivered in an electrifying performance. Their entertaining impromptu street gigs have allowed them to build a loyal offline and online audience, allowing them form genuine connections with people just off the strength of their  performance.

Johannesburg is their first stop for their Southern African tour and they are to be joined by South African eclectic group, Bombshelter Beast, known for its interesting take on popular and current sounds delivered as brass band music. Founded by South African jazz legend, Marcus Wyatt, the group has grown to become a great force that is reimagining recorded and live music as we know it in South Africa. The event is set to be held at the Good Luck bar in Newtown on the 23rd of May with DJ support by respected South African dance music pioneer, Kid Fonque, and Joburg based German DJ, Jonny Mtsamay.


MEUTE is also set to perform at the Zakifo Festival in Durban on the 24th of May and the MTN Bushfire Festival in eSwatini on the 25th of May.

As loyal Nusoulhub Radio supporters, we have a surprise for you. We have two double tickets to give away for this exciting event. Simply follow us, tag us and a friend you’d like to attend the event with on Facebook and Twitter. Our handle is @nusoulhubradio.

Facebook Competition Rules:
1) Share this article on your timeline.
2) Tag us (@nusoulhubradio) and a friend you’d like to attend the event with.
3) Include the #BandsofBrasse hashtag to your post.

Twitter Competition Rules:
1) RT our Bands of Brasse tweet.
2) Tag us (@nusoulhubradio) and a friend you’d like to attend the event with.
3) Include the #BandsofBrasse hashtag to your post.

Winners are going to be announced on the 22nd of May.

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