2015: Shows Not To Be Missed in South Africa

2015 kicks off with the arrival of The Script and Philip Phillips in Cape Town on the 4th February at the Grand Arena Grand West, Durban on the 6th February at the ICC Arena and Johannesburg on the 7th at Crocodile Creek Polo Club. February also sees James Blunt returning to South Africa with his new ‘Moon Landing World Tour’ performing two dates in Cape Town on the 11th and 12th February at the Grand Arena GrandWest and two dates in Johannesburg on the 14th and 15th at the Big Top Arena Carnival City. In March the one and only Michael BublĂ© will be in Durban on the 17th at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, Cape Town Stadium on the 19th and finally two dates in Johannesburg on the 21st and 22nd at The Dome. Tickets are moving quickly and fans are urged to book now to avoid disappointment. At the end of March is one of the of biggest boy bands in the world, One Direction. Performing in Johannesburg at FNB Stadium on 28th and 29th of March and one night in Cape Town on the 1st of April at the Cape Town Stadium. March also sees the return of the West End smash hit musical MAMMA MIA! Experience the wonderful, irresistible storytelling magic of ABBA’s timeless songs for a limited 4 week season only at the Teatro at Montecasino. OneRepublic have just confirmed South African dates touring in support of their latest smash hit album, Native . Don’t miss them live in Johannesburg on the 19th  June at The Dome  and Cape Town on the 21st at the Grand Arena, GrandWest. Lastly Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games will be at the Teatro, Montecasino from July 14th to August 8th and Michael Flatley himself will be making a guest appearance for the first 2 weeks only.