UB40 announces SA tour

Big Concerts has confirmed that UB40’s three founding members will be making a triumphant return to South Africa in November 2016 with their ‘Red Red Wine Tour’ having wowed audiences across the world proving they are still a worldwide tour de force.

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Britain’s biggest reggae band of all time will be performing classic hits and gems from their many critically acclaimed albums, including ‘Red, Red Wine’, ‘Kingston Town’ and ‘Can’t help falling in Love’

 Since reforming in 2013, the trio of Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey Virtue have remained at the top of their game, with highlights including their ongoing World tour, a sellout UK arena tour headlining London’s o2 arena, a huge sell out USA tour and critical acclaim for their new material in 2014’s ‘Silhouette’ album.

 Having embarked on their current world tour the three-piece’s step up to even larger venues is a testament to the longevity of their songs, as well as UB40’s status as Britain’s most successful Reggae band of all time, a true music pioneer since 1979.

 Tour Information:

 Cape Town

Saturday 5th November

Grand Arena, GrandWest

Ticket Price:  R510 – R745


Port Elizabeth

Tuesday 8th November

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium Outer Fields

Ticket Price:  R480



Thursday 10th November

Durban Botanic Garden

Ticket Price:  R480



Saturday 12th November

Ticketpro Dome

Ticket Price: R450 – R790


Presented by Heart FM, Algoa FM, East Coast Radio, Jacaranda FM and Channel 24. Another Big Concerts Experience. Tickets go on sale Tuesday 31st May from www.bigconcerts.co.za



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