Tiger’s Milk and La Parada in Cape Town’s Century City, have teamed up to host the Grammy-nominated DJ and producer for a gig on Saturday 9 April.
BLACK COFFEE FLYING HIGH
We’re only four months into the year, but Black Coffee has had an incredible year so far. The Drive hitmaker — whose Subconsciously album has been nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Dance/Electronic Album category — started off his year in Tulum, Mexico, before heading off to Colombia for a few more gigs.
In March, Black Coffee had gigs in Argentina, Brazil and Chile and announced his highly-anticipated Hï Ibiza residency. The 46-year-old DJ will be the headline act every Saturday from 14 May to 1 October.
“Year upon year he keeps filling us with tribal sophistication, spiritual music and amazing guests,” writes the nightclub.
A QUICK STOP IN CAPE TOWN
Tiger’s Milk and La Parada, two of Cape Town’s hottest restaurants, have teamed up to host Black Coffee at the Events Square in Century City on Saturday 9 April.
The event is described as “an immersive summer experience” as fans will be enjoying Black Coffee’s phenomenal music.
The star DJ will be supported by several other acts which are yet to be announced.
“Don’t miss this opportunity to experience Black Coffee live in this special events Square at Century City Cape Town,” write the events organisers.
WHERE TO GET YOUR TICKETS
General admission tickets with a full view of the stage are R400 each. A VIP ticket with a special VIP bar, a full view of the stage and unreserved seating inside Tiger’s Milk is R650.
There is also a VVIP Private Lounge available for R1 000 per person. This includes private waiters, bottle service, a view of the stage and a minimum spend of R750 per person for food and drinks on the day. The minimum number of occupants for the lounge is eight.
Tickets are available here