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Black Coffee Live On An Artificial Beach

The iconic house muso is bringing friends to make NYE happen early at Shimmy Beach

Kick the festive season into full gear with three all-night parties headlined by the iconic Black Coffee at Shimmy Beach Club. The world-famous local muso will be getting the crowd moving on the artificial beach at Shimmy on 13, 20 and 27 December.


BLACK COFFEE IS HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Friday nights just became legendary as Black Coffee returns home to take up a festive season residency at Shimmy for the fourth year straight. He’s also bringing some friends along to create a musical line-up worthy of a New Year's Eve party. On 13 December, the line-up is: Themba, FKA Mash, Kostakis and Blanka Mazimela. For 20 December: Enoo Napa, Kususa, Pierre Johnson, Floyd Lavine and Blanka Mazimela. For 27 December: Blanka Mazimela, Lemon & Herb, Trancemicsoul, and Bloem. And, of course, Black Coffee will be performing at them all.



Check out Black Coffee at Shimmy Beach Club in the video below:

GET THE VIP TREATMENT
VIP tickets include entrance via a separate door, access to a VIP bar and restrooms, unreserved seating and waiter services. You can book a table at tickets@shimmybeachclub.co.za. VIP tickets are R375 - and hurry; last year, tickets sold out in advance, so get yours as soon as possible.


Please note: No under 18s will be allowed into the venue.

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