Eva’s Ticket will play host to one of the biggest music nights of the year, bringing you not one, not two, not even three amazing bands, but FOUR! This year, along with a Christmas gift drive, we are trying to raise as much money as possible for a very special cause.
We will be selling millions of raffle tickets, with all of the proceeds raised going to 3 orphanages all around Busan.
At 12:30, we will draw tickets so you guys can win some fabulous prizes, while giving money to a well deserving charity. Here are some of the awesome prizes you could win. Plenty more to come, folks!
*Jameson bottle service at Eva’s Ticket
*40,000w voucher for HQ KSU
*40,000w voucher for HQ Gwangan
*Dinner voucher for 2 @ Sharkys
*30,000w voucher for The Wolfhound
*30,000w voucher for Table Talk English Cafe
*Bottle of Kwai Fei at Eva’s (Original)
*2 pizza’s and beer samplers at 갈매기 브루잉 – Galmegi Brewing
Who are these bands, you ask?????.
Free Range Coffee Weasels
Long, long ago, 5 friends decided that instead of just drinking all the time, they could drink all the time AND play music. And the rest is history. Come out and dance your tooshies off to the sounds of old rock, new rock and pop rock with Busan’s favourite Free Range Coffee Weasels
The Pyramid Scheme
The first of our Ulsan visiting bands of the evening, Pyramid Scheme is back in the Bu to provide your ears with music and your feet with rhythm. This 4 piece band will keep you on the dance floor with music from all genres.
Pummeling the competition in this year’s Battle of the Bands Busan at the Basement, PNU, The Elsewheres are a totally kickass funk-rock band from Ulsan. If you don’t bring your dancing shoes to see them you are seriously missing out. Get ready to DANCE, Busan.
Led by well-known Busanite Mike Edmunds, The Positions have been rockin’ out in the city for several years. With a mix of creatively crafted covers and amazing originals, they never fail to impress a crowd with their awesome sound.
Come out, be merry and dance your fricking tails off!
The Latest Haps
The Busan International Ocean Marathon takes place on Sunday, October 2. Some streets on the marathon route will be closed.
The country’s top court has sentenced a South Korean man to 12 years in prison for attempting to murder the U.S. ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert.
The Kim Young-ran anti-graft law is taking in effect starting today. The law aims to prevent government employees and various officials from receiving bribes.
Busan Subway Lines 1, 2 and 3 have begun emergency services today due to a general strike of the Busan Metro Labor Union.
The tentative lineup for guests visiting the 21st Busan International Film Festival for the opening day on October 6th is near completion.
The Closing Ceremony hosts of the 21st Busan International Film Festival will be actor Kim Min Jong and actress Choi Yeojin.
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The Busan One Asia Festival is offering free admissions to Taste Busan and the Korean Wave Star & Beauty Collection for foreign guests at BEXCO.
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