Johannesburg — Big Concerts announced on Tuesday, that that award winning, singer and songwriter Arno Carstens will be the support act for Bryan Ferry.
Bryan and Arno will hit the stage at the GrandWest Grand Arena in Cape Town on 14 February 2019 before heading to Sun Arena at Time Square Casino in Pretoria on 16 February 2019.
About the upcoming performances, Arno wrote on Twitter, "I've been a Ferry fan for so many years. This is going to be a very special experience."
MORE ABOUT ARNO:
During his career, Arno Carstens has performed with U2, The Rolling Stones and REM, among many others; headlined every major South African music festival; and performed at some of the most legendary and exclusive international music festivals including Isle of Wight, Glastonbury, V Festival and Hard Rock Calling. He's been called "The godfather of South African Rock" by Mail & Guardian and Sunday Times have hailed him as "One of the most prolific songwriters and performers of our time".
BRYAN FERRY SA TOUR INFORMATION:
Cape Town -
Date: 14 February 2019
Venue: Grand Arena, GrandWest
Ticket Price: From R460
Date: 16 February 2019
Venue: Sun Arena, Time Square
Tickets are available from Big Concerts and Computicket.
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