Sketchy Bongo Announced as Justin Bieber's Supporting Act

Sketchy Bongo as Supporting Act

Global superstar Justin Bieber will be in South Africa for his Purpose World Tour in May 2017 and will feature prominent local producer & DJ Sketchy Bongo as the supporting act.

Performing in Johannesburg on Sunday 14th May 2017 at FNB Stadium followed by Cape Town on Wednesday 17th May 2017 at Cape Town Stadium.

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Sketchy Bongo is one of the most popular music producers and DJs in South Africa at the moment. He has several hits getting major play on South African and international TV and radio. Having recently signed to mega dance label, Ultra Music in New York, he has gained substantial international exposure from his single with Shekhinah, "Let You Know".

He has worked with and has hit singles with Aewon Wolf, Locnville, Shekhinah, Kyle Deutch, Danny K, Nasty C, Tresor, Jimmy Nevis and AKA. Sketchy Bongo is also the only producer in South Africa to have his own feature on MTV Base, which playlisted all tracks produced by him.

With worldwide album sales in excess of 100 million units, Bieber has dominated pop culture and social media. With 3.1 million sales worldwide for his latest album ‘Purpose’ Justin Bieber’s current global tour has smashed box office records. Hit singles include ‘What Do you Mean’, ‘Sorry’, ‘Love Yourself’ which all peaked at number one on the Billboard Top 200 making Bieber the first male artist in almost a decade to have three number ones from an album.

…and NOW, Justin Bieber brings his Purpose World Tour to South Africa with two stadium shows.


Sunday 14th May 2017
FNB Stadium
Ticket Price: R410 – R1540
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Cape Town
Wednesday 17th May 2017
Cape Town Stadium
Ticket Price: R350 – R1260
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Please note the following ticketing polices: all fans attending the concerts that are younger than 14 years must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian. There is also an age restriction on field standing tickets (Front Zone Standing East/West and General Admission East/West) – no one under 12 years and shorter than 1.2 metres will be permitted onto the field.

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