21 May 2012

South Africa: André Rieu Adds Show At Coca-Cola Dome

Classical artist André Rieu has added another show to his forthcoming SA Tour. Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra will now also perform at the Coca-Cola Dome on Saturday, 18 August, 2012. Tickets are now on sale.

Rieu's return to SA in August will be marked with the ultimate collaboration to date when he, his orchestra and guest performers will be joined on stage by The Soweto Gospel Choir.

With arena performances in Cape Town, Durban and the first performances in Joburg at the Coca-Cola Dome, thousands more fans will be able to experience the unique magic that they have come to expect from Rieu's DVDs and TV-specials: the maestro conducting his 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra and playing his world-famous Stradivarius violin to create a celebratory atmosphere, where fans are encouraged to get out of their seats and waltz in the aisles.

"My main goal, every concert, is for people to have an unforgettable night. I like to talk to my audience, interact with them and look them in the eyes. People can expect a colourful concert, with beautiful melodies, waltzes, surprises, balloons, the tenors and our lovely sopranos from South Africa, Australia and Brazil. I am really looking forward to visiting my fans in South Africa again," said André Rieu.

All Bookings through www.computicket.com or by calling 0861 915 8000.

Tour dates

Johannesburg: Coca Cola Dome

Friday, 17 August. 8pm.

Saturday, 18 August. 8pm.

Tickets priced between R450 and R1050.

Durban: ICC

Tuesday, 21 August. 8pm.

Tickets priced between R400 and R950.

Cape Town: GrandWest Grand Arena

Thursday, 23 August. 8pm.

Tickets priced between R400 and R950.

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