Pay R50 for a ticket to see Just Jinjer live at Riverstone Lodge, valued at R100 (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a ticket to see Just Jinjer live
- South Africa’s best-selling contemporary rock band
- The band has performed with the likes of U2, Counting Crows and Def Leppard
- Food and beverage areas
- Complete sold-out tours in London and Dubai
- Groupon redeemable on 14 October 2011 only
- Gates open at 19:00, concert begins 20:30
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 074 506 2666
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Limited number available
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Terms & Conditions apply
“This is the captain, brace for impact” and “my pet Komodo dragon has escaped” are equally terrifying phrases to hear. Similarly, you’d never want to hear someone utter, “I literally can’t explain it, you had to be there”. Be there for half the price with today’s Groupon; pay R50 to see Just Jinjer live at Riverstone Lodge.
As one of South Africa’s premier musical acts, Just Jinjer has the talent to back the hype. Audience members arrive at gigs as fans but undoubtedly leave as fanatics, singing their praises, and songs, all the way home. With more than a decade in the music industry and a pedigree in live performance, their shows are must-see events.
The three-piece act have blazed a trail like few other local acts, quickly gaining international recognition and performing with world-famous acts like U2, Counting Crows and Def Leppard to name but a few. They have also completed their own sold-out tours in London and Dubai, as they take their sound across the seas. Playing to sold-out audiences at venues across the globe, fans and new-listeners alike have come to love their distinctly South African contemporary rock sound and can never seem to get enough.
Their latest concert will take place at Riverstone Lodge in Muldersdrift. The venue is no stranger to big acts and you’re sure to be in for the performance of a lifetime.Rocking fact: One-hit-wonder rock guitarist Earl ‘in the summer sun’ Benedict gained notoriety when he performed his Grammy-nominated song “Cherry Beard” at the 1969 Woodstock festival. Many attribute his demise to his nonsensical stage name.