Band to rock the Cape

Judas Priest will perform in Cape Town in March.
Judas Priest will perform in Cape Town in March.

Few heavy metal bands have stood the test of time quite like the old-school rockers Judas Priest, during their music career that has lasted for 40 years, and on Wednesday 20 March, these music legends will be rocking the Grand Arena, GrandWest.

Formed in the early 1970s in Birmingham, England, Judas Priest was one of the first metal bands to wear leather and studs – a look that has been embraced by metalheads around the world.

Judas Priest won a Grammy Award in 2010 for Best Metal Performance.

They were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017 and in March this year released their latest album, Firepower, which has done better on the charts than any of their previous albums. The band has been selling out stadiums on their world tour, Firepower.

“Tickets for this show would make wonderful gifts for any friends and family who love heavy rock and heavy metal,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and promotions manager at GrandWest. “These guys are such rock legends, we are very excited to have them at GrandWest.”

Tickets are available from Computicket, starting at R575 each. Doors open at 20:00 and the show starts at 21:00.

Few heavy metal bands have stood the test of time quite like the old-school rockers Judas Priest, during their music career that has lasted for 40 years, and on Wednesday 20 March, these music legends will be rocking the Grand Arena, GrandWest.

Formed in the early 1970s in Birmingham, England, Judas Priest was one of the first metal bands to wear leather and studs – a look that has been embraced by metalheads around the world.

Judas Priest won a Grammy Award in 2010 for Best Metal Performance.

They were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017 and in March this year released their latest album, Firepower, which has done better on the charts than any of their previous albums. The band has been selling out stadiums on their world tour, Firepower.

“Tickets for this show would make wonderful gifts for any friends and family who love heavy rock and heavy metal,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and promotions manager at GrandWest. “These guys are such rock legends, we are very excited to have them at GrandWest.”

Tickets are available from Computicket, starting at R575 each. Doors open at 20:00 and the show starts at 21:00.

Few heavy metal bands have stood the test of time quite like the old-school rockers Judas Priest, during their music career that has lasted for 40 years, and on Wednesday 20 March, these music legends will be rocking the Grand Arena, GrandWest.

Formed in the early 1970s in Birmingham, England, Judas Priest was one of the first metal bands to wear leather and studs – a look that has been embraced by metalheads around the world.

Judas Priest won a Grammy Award in 2010 for Best Metal Performance.

They were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017 and in March this year released their latest album, Firepower, which has done better on the charts than any of their previous albums. The band has been selling out stadiums on their world tour, Firepower.

“Tickets for this show would make wonderful gifts for any friends and family who love heavy rock and heavy metal,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and promotions manager at GrandWest. “These guys are such rock legends, we are very excited to have them at GrandWest.”

Tickets are available from Computicket, starting at R575 each. Doors open at 20:00 and the show starts at 21:00.

Few heavy metal bands have stood the test of time quite like the old-school rockers Judas Priest, during their music career that has lasted for 40 years, and on Wednesday 20 March, these music legends will be rocking the Grand Arena, GrandWest.

Formed in the early 1970s in Birmingham, England, Judas Priest was one of the first metal bands to wear leather and studs – a look that has been embraced by metalheads around the world.

Judas Priest won a Grammy Award in 2010 for Best Metal Performance.

They were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017 and in March this year released their latest album, Firepower, which has done better on the charts than any of their previous albums. The band has been selling out stadiums on their world tour, Firepower.

“Tickets for this show would make wonderful gifts for any friends and family who love heavy rock and heavy metal,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and promotions manager at GrandWest. “These guys are such rock legends, we are very excited to have them at GrandWest.”

Tickets are available from Computicket, starting at R575 each. Doors open at 20:00 and the show starts at 21:00.

Few heavy metal bands have stood the test of time quite like the old-school rockers Judas Priest, during their music career that has lasted for 40 years, and on Wednesday 20 March, these music legends will be rocking the Grand Arena, GrandWest.

Formed in the early 1970s in Birmingham, England, Judas Priest was one of the first metal bands to wear leather and studs – a look that has been embraced by metalheads around the world.

Judas Priest won a Grammy Award in 2010 for Best Metal Performance.

They were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017 and in March this year released their latest album, Firepower, which has done better on the charts than any of their previous albums. The band has been selling out stadiums on their world tour, Firepower.

“Tickets for this show would make wonderful gifts for any friends and family who love heavy rock and heavy metal,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and promotions manager at GrandWest. “These guys are such rock legends, we are very excited to have them at GrandWest.”

Tickets are available from Computicket, starting at R575 each. Doors open at 20:00 and the show starts at 21:00.

Few heavy metal bands have stood the test of time quite like the old-school rockers Judas Priest, during their music career that has lasted for 40 years, and on Wednesday 20 March, these music legends will be rocking the Grand Arena, GrandWest.

Formed in the early 1970s in Birmingham, England, Judas Priest was one of the first metal bands to wear leather and studs – a look that has been embraced by metalheads around the world.

Judas Priest won a Grammy Award in 2010 for Best Metal Performance.

They were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017 and in March this year released their latest album, Firepower, which has done better on the charts than any of their previous albums. The band has been selling out stadiums on their world tour, Firepower.

“Tickets for this show would make wonderful gifts for any friends and family who love heavy rock and heavy metal,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and promotions manager at GrandWest. “These guys are such rock legends, we are very excited to have them at GrandWest.”

Tickets are available from Computicket, starting at R575 each. Doors open at 20:00 and the show starts at 21:00.

Few heavy metal bands have stood the test of time quite like the old-school rockers Judas Priest, during their music career that has lasted for 40 years, and on Wednesday 20 March, these music legends will be rocking the Grand Arena, GrandWest.

Formed in the early 1970s in Birmingham, England, Judas Priest was one of the first metal bands to wear leather and studs – a look that has been embraced by metalheads around the world.

Judas Priest won a Grammy Award in 2010 for Best Metal Performance.

They were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017 and in March this year released their latest album, Firepower, which has done better on the charts than any of their previous albums. The band has been selling out stadiums on their world tour, Firepower.

“Tickets for this show would make wonderful gifts for any friends and family who love heavy rock and heavy metal,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and promotions manager at GrandWest. “These guys are such rock legends, we are very excited to have them at GrandWest.”

Tickets are available from Computicket, starting at R575 each. Doors open at 20:00 and the show starts at 21:00.

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