1000 Shots – 1000 People – 3 bands – 1 Record Breaking Night
Celebrate Die Tuindwergies’ new album with Klopjag, Naas Veld, Jagermeister and a Guinness World Record attempt
Die Tuindwergies, responsible for hits like “Kopskudkinders” and “Opvoeding en Leiding” have just released their latest album, “Terwyl die Donker Wolke Dans”. On 6 July 2012 at Firkin Centurion they are set to celebrate this with two other phenomenal bands and an attempt to set up a Guinness World Record for the most Jagermeister shots downed by a group of people.
Creating a memorable experience during their live performances has always been a trait of Die Tuindwergies. With this event, they are taking it up a notch by not only including good music in an awesome venue, but also having everyone present participate in an enormous Guinness World Record attempt. The mission is to have 1000 fans attending the event drink 1000 shots of Jagermeister at the same time.
In addition to this epic record attempt, Die Tuindwergies have also embraced social media in its entirety. Everyone attending is encouraged to take part in the online conversation, especially on Twitter, where the hash-tag #JagerDwerg will spread like wildfire. A VIP area has been set aside for various social media influencers. 5 fans of Die Tuindwergies can gain access to this VIP lounge by actively tweeting in the run-up to the event.
The bands joining Die Tuindwergies for this event are Klopjag (celebrating 10 years on the forefront of the South African music scene) and Naas Veld (former lead guitarist of award-winning Afrikaans rock group eF–eL).
Here’s the link to the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/318103281613224/