Dare to have fun

2015-09-16 06:00
EN ROUTE: Mi Casa are entertaining music lovers at the Windmill Casino this weekend.

EN ROUTE: Mi Casa are entertaining music lovers at the Windmill Casino this weekend.

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THE Cornetto We Dare You Tour with Mi Casa taking place at Windmill Casino in Bloemfontein is definitely a can’t-miss event for music lovers.

This one-night show is scheduled to start at 19:00 on Friday, 18 September.

Moshe Kgasoane, better known as Mo-T in music circles, has promised an awesome show to their Free State fans.

“We are bringing the full band to Bloemfontein.

“I appeal to all our fans and music lovers in general to come to the show in their numbers.

“We are going to keep them dancing for the duration of the show,” Kgasoane told Express.

“It is really going to be a very entertaining night. We are going to perform songs from our new album Chokolat and those from old albums. We are looking forward to wow Free State music lovers,” he said.

Pippa van Breda, Cornetto’s brand manager, said his company was delighted to partner with Mi Casa.

“We are excited to have the Cornetto We Dare You Tour with Mi Casa coming to Bloemfontein. What better way to show our Cornetto lovers that we appreciate them by partnering with one of the biggest bands in the country and bringing them right to their doorstep and to have fun and spread love,” said Van Breda.

The We Dare You Tour kicked off in Cape Town a few weeks ago.

After Bloemfontein the tour will go to Port Elizabeth and Durban, before ending in Johannesburg on Sunday, 13 December.

Fans will have ample opportunities to win tickets, VIP upgrades and other great prizes by interacting via the Cornetto and Mi Casa social media platforms. To win tickets, fans can visit www.facebook.com/MiCasaMusic and https://www.facebook.com/CornettoZA.

Tickets are available at Computicket outlets at R120

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