Robin Thicke adds an intimate show to his SA visit


By now you must’ve heard that RnB sensation Robin Thicke is heading to our shores… Quite literally, the superstar will be performing in Durban this July 

Mabala Noise together with the City of Ekurhuleni in association with Mzansi Music and Kaya FM bring are bringing ya’ll an exclusive one-night only performance with Robin Thicke next month. The R&B star will host an intimate show at the Birchwood Hotel in Ekurhuleni on Sunday, 2nd July to a limited audience of 2000 super fans.

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The award winning American singer-songwriter is best known for his global smash hits including Blurred Lines, Sex Therapy, Magic and Lost Without You. With seven albums under his belt, Robin Thicke has securely built a huge South African fan base over the years.


Following the announcement of him headlining the Durban July Launch Concert alongside a huge list of SA artists recently, Thicke has now added a much anticipated second performance to his South Africa visit. Is gon’ be lit fam!

The local supporting line-up will be announced closer to the concert date.

“We are super excited to have added this additional show for the Gauteng fans,” says Mabala Noise frontman Sam Sekgota. “Our partners the City of Ekurhuleni will play host to this exclusive Robin Thicke performance in the East Rand. Here’s to a sold out show!”

Tickets range from R350 to R1250 at Computicket and are available from Wednesday 14th June.


Date:                        Sunday, 02 July 2017

Venue:                    Birchwood (14 View Point Rd, Bartlett AH, Boksburg)

Time:                      Doors open at 6pm

Ticket prices:

Block A (VIP)        R1 250

Block B                    R650

Block C                     R550

Block D                    R350

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