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UB40 & Ali Campbell to tour South Africa in April

After the announcement that UB40 featuring Ali Campbell are going to tour South Africa at the beginning of April, reggae and music fans from all corners of the country are thrilled at the prospect of hearing classics such as ‘Red Red Wine’ and ‘Kingston Town’ live.

Now, even more reason to secure tickets and get excited, Seed Experiences is proud to announce that a top local line-up has been confirmed to perform alongside the reggae legends.

Mango Groove will make a special appearance at both the Cape Town and Johannesburg shows, bringing their classic and well-known sound to fans. Mango Groove have packed out venues in South Africa on their own so they are the perfect complement to the UB40 vibe.

Cape Town will also see highly energetic and entertaining performances by Hot Water and Trenton & the Free Radical, who combine the sounds of reggae and pop in a truly South African way. Johannesburg will see legends Freshlyground take to the stage and showcase their infectious tunes along with rising star Michael Lowman, who will open up the day of music and good times at Emmarentia Dam.

DStv presents UB40 featuring Ali Campbell tickets have been selling fast so we advise fans to get theirs as soon as possible. You do not want to miss this monumental and unforgettable day out at Val De Vie Estate in Paarl and Emmarentia Dam in Johannesburg.

CAPE TOWN LINE-UP:
UB40, Mango Groove, Hot Water, Trenton & the Free Radical

JOHANNESBURG LINE-UP:
UB40, Mango Groove, Freshlyground, Michael Lowman

Gates open: 15h30 in Cape Town and at 11h30 in Joburg
Concert starts: 17h45 in Cape Town and 12h00 in Joburg
Duration: 07hours 30 mins in Cape Town and 06 hours in Joburg

Tickets: General Admission: R395 VIP: R1495

Friday 4 April
Cape Town: http://www.webtickets.co.za/event.aspx?itemid=409563846

Saturday 5 April
Johannesburg: http://www.webtickets.co.za/event.aspx?itemid=409563887

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