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Indigo Reign on Eastern Cape Tour this December



Newcomers to the South African music scene, although no strangers to rock music, Indigo Reign will be treating holiday goers with a tour in the Eastern Cape in December 2016. indigo reign [1]

Having recently released their first single “Could you be” on radio stations nationwide, they have been performing extensively around Gauteng the past few months. Wherever they go, fans want more! Indigo himself was featured in the Mail and Guardian recently as one of four talented young South African musicians.

Indigo’s music is inspired by bands like Thin Lizzy, Black Stone Cherry, AC/DC, Airbourne, Lenny Kravitz, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Al Dimeola and David Bowie.

Indigo says: “When people listen to my music, I’d like them to feel that they are not alone. My music is reflective, introspective, and deals with issues like depression, dark times in your life, turning them into positive things – hope is a big thing in my music. My music is also about love, and about the fact that love is real, not just an imaginary thing.”

Indigo Reign will be performing in Grahamstown (Champs 11 Dec,The Castle 12 Dec) , Port Elizabeth (Ziggy’s 15 Dec, The Music Kitchen 17 Dec) and East London (Raggies 23 December).

GIG DETAILS

11 December, 8 PM, Champs, Scott Ave, Grahamstown, R 30 Cover charge    

12 December, 8 PM, The Castle, Grahamstown, R 30 Cover charge 

15 December, 8 PM, Port Elizabeth, Ziggy’s, Ziggy’s, Pine Lodge, Marine Drive, Port Elizabeth, No cover charge   

17 December, 8PM, The Music Kitchen, 69 Mangold St, Newton Park, Port Elizabeth, R 30 cover charge   

23 December, 8 PM, Raggies, Spargs Mall, East London, R 30 cover charge   

For updates, photos and more information, Follow Indigo Reign on Twitter @IndigoReign_ or Like the Facebook page “Indigo Reign.”

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