Chris Brown headed to SA

2014-12-11 10:31

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Chris Brown is returning to South Africa next year for two concerts.

He begins his tour at the Coca-Cola Dome, Joburg in April next year, followed by a second concert at the Moses Mabhida People’s Park, Durban on Saturday, April 4 2015. Tickets are available at

The Chris Brown X Tour Live in SA concerts are part of a world tour to celebrate the release of his sixth studio album, X.

The album – which sees Chris Brown teaming up with some of today’s hottest artists in R&B, hip-hop and pop, such as Usher, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross and Tyga – was released on September 16. With more than one million in sales of Loyal featuring Lil Wayne and Tyga, Brown continues to prove his staying power.

Brown’s latest track New Flame, which features Usher and Rick Ross, is already in the top 20 at both Urban and Rhythm radio and is growing quickly. Coupled with previously released chart-topping hits Love More featuring Nicki Minaj, Don’t Think They Know featuring Aaliyah and Fine China, Brown has gained critical praise and excitement from the public for X.

Regarding the new album, Brown has said, “I want everyone to take a journey with me through X. We’re going to experience the highs and the lows, the love and the pain.”

X is the follow-up to Brown’s 2012 chart-topping album Fortune, which debuted at No 1 on both the Billboard top 200 albums chart and top R&B/hip-hop albums chart and earned Brown a Grammy nomination for best urban contemporary album.

Following the phenomenal response to the sell-out 2012 Chris Brown Carpe Diem SA tour, a high demand for tickets is anticipated so fans are encouraged to book now.


Date: Thursday, April 2 2015

Venue: Coca Cola Dome

Ticket prices:

Golden Circle: R1 500

General access unreserved standing R1 250

General Access reserved seating R1 250

Mezzanine Level: R750


Date: Saturday, April 4 2015

Venue: Moses Mabhida Stadium People’s Park

Ticket prices:

Golden Circle: R1 100

General Access: R690

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