Dozi in town tomorrow

2009-11-06 00:00

DOZI will be in town tomorrow evening to perform at the Golden Horse Casino.

After his very successful debut ­album Mercy, Dozi has gone from strength to strength, with several of his releases having gone platinum and Op Aanvraag selling more than 100 000 units. He’s one of the few musicians in South Africa who has a fan base that crosses age and ­cultural boundaries.

Support acts include pop rock ­duo Graffiti Bridge, seen at the sold-out Barry Hilton show, and Boon (from Johannesburg).

Tickets are on sale at the Big Beat Shop (Parklane Centre) and Golden Horse Casino for R85, at Computicket for R95, or at the gate on the night for R100. Buy five tickets at the Big Beat shop and get one free. Inquiries: 033 394 4426.

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