Cape Town - Shimmy Beach Club, Cape Town’s premier beach club and restaurant, has another monumental announcement up its sleeve. German chart-topping DJ and hitmaker, Robin Schulz, is confirmed to play at Shimmy on 10 May 2015.
This much-anticipated add on to the Shimmy 2015 line-up comes as part of Robin Schulz’ South African Tour, where he is headlining for the Sound Of Light event.
Cape Town is already abuzz with the news about Schulz, whose remix of Lilly Wood & The Prick’s Prayer in C has achieved number one status in the iTunes charts in 27 countries.
He is set to perform on the Shimmy stage which has seen the likes of international artists such as Bakermat, Worakls, Joris Delacroix, Camilo Franco, David Morales, KANT, Avrosse and many more!
Local support acts confirmed for the Shimmy leg of the tour include Goodluck, Pascal & Pearce, Ryan Murgatroyd and more yet to be announced. Early Bird tickets cost R299pp and General Access is set at R399.
Tickets are limited and are available through the official Robin Schulz SA Tour website.
Visit the new Shimmy website for more information.
Channel24 is giving away 1 double general access ticket to the show on Sunday, 10 May.
How to enter: Send an email to email@example.com with the subject "C24 SCHULZ". Include your name, surname and phone number in the e-mail.
Please note that travel and accommodation is not included in this prize.
Entries close on Thursday, 7 May at 09:00.
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