Lionel Richie comes to Durban

2015-10-22 06:00

Lionel Richie will tour SA in March 2016 for five shows in four cities, including Durban. Tickets went on sale yesterday.

PHOTO:sourced Lionel Richie will tour SA in March 2016 for five shows in four cities, including Durban. Tickets went on sale yesterday.

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MULTI-PLATINUM selling artist, four-time Grammy winner and music icon Lionel Richie announced the extension of his worldwide All The Hits All Night Long, travelling through South Africa in March 2016 for five shows in four cities.

Tickets went on sale yesterday at 9 am from and Computicket.

One of the world’s best-selling artists of all time, Richie has sold over 100 million ­albums worldwide. As a member of the ­Commodores he developed a style that defied genres, with hits such as Three Times A Lady, Still and Easy.

After writing Lady for Kenny Rogers, and Endless Love with Diana Ross (which garnered an Academy Award and a Golden Globe ­nomination), Motown asked him to do a solo album.

The self-titled debut cemented him as a star in his own right and earned him his very first Grammy for the hit Truly.

The diamond-certified Album of the Year winner Can’t Slow Down followed in 1983, giving the classics such as All Night Long (All Night), Penny Lover, Stuck On You and Hello.

Tour Information:

• Durban: 13 March, 2016, at Moses Mabhida Stadium. Tickets: R400 to R910.

• Port Elizabeth: 16 March, 2016, at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium. Tickets: R175 to R855.

• Cape Town: 18 March, 2016, at Cape Town Stadium. Tickets: R430 to R1 105.

• Johannesburg: 20 and 21 March, 2016, at the Ticketpro Dome. Tickets­: R570 to R1 255.

More information can be found at ­www.lionelrichie. com

— Arts Editor

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