Synergy Live 2012 is back on Saturday, 1 December, 2012, at Riversands Farm, Fourways, Joburg with a line-up featuring The Prodigy as the headline act.
With 25 million records sold, a string of number one hits and a musical career spanning over 20 years, the band are constantly evolving, distorting, and contorting the way that we understand music.
In the early 1990s, The Prodigy's hits like Firestarter, Breathe, and Smack My Bitch Up dominated the airwaves. The band returned to their "old-school but cutting-edge roots' on their 2009 album "Invaders Must Die", which charted at number one in the UK and Australia. Hits like Omen, Warriors Dance and Take Me To The Hospital enjoyed rotation on 5FM, spawning a whole new generation of The Prodigy fans. Their sixth album, "How To Steal A Jet Fighter" is anticipated for release in 2013.
The SA contingent
SA's own The Narrow headlines the SA contingent on Synergy Live 2012 with the rest of the main stage line-up including the likes of Zebra & Giraffe, Desmond and the Tutus, Lark (Electro), Wrestlerish, Gangs of Ballet, Bittereinder, Man as Machine and Newtown Knife Gang with the Red Bull Studio Live stage featuring Dr Khumalo, Minx, King Rat, Phizist vs Kid Robot, Twelv & Thesis, Tommy Gun, Double Adapter, Reepa and Rudeone.
Tickets are: R380: General admission online at Webtickets R450: General admission at the door R600: VIP Tickets online at Webtickets Tickets available from www.webtickets.co.za
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