Eminem's SA tour ticket prices released

2013-11-18 15:20
 
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Cape Town - After fans were left in the dark, ticket prices for Eminem’s shows in South Africa next year have now been released.

Tickets for the Johannesburg show range from R400 - R1 250 and tickets for Cape Town range from R350 - R1 250.

Showtime Management announced on their Facebook page on Monday morning that they will be bringing Eminem to South Africa in 2014.

Tour itinerary:

Cape Town
Wednesday 26 February 2014
Cape Town Stadium

Johannesburg
Saturday 1 March 2014
Ellis Park

Tickets will go on sale via Computicket on Thursday 21 November at 09:00.

This will be Eminem’s first visit to South Africa and the African continent. Eminem, or rather Marshall Bruce Mathers III, has sold more than 115 million albums worldwide.
Billed as one of the hottest albums of the year, Eminem’s new album The Marshall Mathers LP 2 has sold well over 750 000 units since its release on 5 November.

In South Africa, Eminem remains one of the most successful chart acts of all time. Of his eight albums released here, seven of them went to No 1. He has hit the top of the Top 100 airplay Singles Chart 6 times, including Without Me and Lose Yourself, and most recently with his 2010 Rihanna collaboration Love The Way You Lie which was the second biggest selling single that year.

His new single Monster, also with Rihanna, is this week’s highest debut on the South African RAMS chart; the new album The Marshall Mathers LP2 debuted at No 1 on iTunes chart and No 9 on the physical albums sales chart.

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