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SOLANI’S CONFIRMS DJ BLACK COFFEE PAYMENT

By Nomfundo Sifundza | 2018-04-17

WITH hardcopy proof of the internationally acclaimed DJ Black Coffee’s payment, Solani’s Management has confirmed the spinners gig in the country.

DJ Black Coffee Live on Stage is slated for April 28 and as expected tickets are flying off the shelves.

 The E380 costing tickets are obviously in demand considering the number of fans the international spinner has in the country.

This was revealed by Solanis Entertainment Manager Mbekezeli ‘DJ Culolam’ Dlamini.

 Dlamini said whilst other music fanatics were sure that the DJ was coming, others were sceptical; hence they felt the need to confirm that indeed the DJ will be live in the country on April 28.

“We have seen some of our patrons are sceptical that the DJ is coming and we want to assure them that indeed the spinner is coming, fans are encouraged to buy their tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointments,” he said.

 Other fun fanatics had the feeling that the fee was on the high side whilst others felt it was the right figure for an international star like Black Coffee. The lot on the positive side of the E380 hike said they had actually anticipated a much higher fee considering that it is Black Coffee but were however content with the E380.

Dlamini said fun lovers should bear in mind that there would not be any tickets sold at the gate and admission is only through the availability of a ticket.

 The tickets are sold at the Solani’s Shisanyama situated in Msunduza, Mbabane.

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