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Black Coffee Tickets

Black Coffee Fan Reviews (2) 4.5
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Black Coffee , O2 Institute2 Birmingham, Birmingham - 13th May 2018

It was a fantastic show i new it would be as iv seen him before thanks you 👌👊🍾

Posted by Mr c on 14/05/2018

"Music was fantastic"
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Black Coffee , The Arch, Brighton - 7th May 2018

The Music was on point loved it. The Venue wasnt nice but the sound was good and nice bass. I think you should let people know that he was only paying for 2 hours i thought that £25 quid was a bump for 2 hours I am not impressed with the pricing. I have seen him play many times but longer than two hours you have to tell the punters this fact. The music was so great even the warm up dj smashed it.

Posted by Karlsberg on 08/05/2018

Black Coffee is coming your way and you need to be ready. See him when he hits the UK in May, playing The Arch at Brighton, Trinity Centre at Bristol, Leeds’ Mint Club, O2 Institute2 Birmingham and Plug in Sheffield.

Gigantic is very excited to be able to offer you Black Coffee tickets but as the word gets out we do not expect them to last long so make sure you book yours as soon as possible. Fortunately, placing your order is made very easy as you can access our site 24/7 using your tablet, smartphone or computer.

With such high demand, we recommend that you set a personal reminder right now which will alert you with a text message or an email as soon as they become available at 14:00 on Friday 6th of April.



South African house music DJ and producer Black Coffee built his career gradually over nearly two decades, riding the growing global interest in his home country's burgeoning dance music scene and eventually becoming arguably the biggest DJ in Africa. Reserved and intellectual, this unlikely superstar was born Nkosinathi Maphumulo on March 11, 1976 in Durban and grew up surrounded by music, particularly influenced by his uncle's extensive reggae collection. At the age of 12, after his parents' divorce, he moved with his mother to the poor township of Mthatha, Eastern Cape. Two years later, on the day of Nelson Mandela's release from Robben Island, he lost the use of his left arm when he was one of dozens of people run down by a taxi driver in a politically motivated attack. Throwing himself into music even harder than before, he eventually went back to Durban to study music theory at Natal Tech, majoring in jazz. Dropping out before the completion of his course, he and two friends, Thandukwazi "Demor" Sikhosana and Mnqobi "Shota" Mdabe, became backing singers for acclaimed folk-blues guitarist Madala Kunene before going on to form the soul-pop trio Shana. At the same time, he continued learning about electronic music production, and in 2003 was accepted into the Red Bull Music Academy, jump-starting his career.

The excitement continues to build and we expect Black Coffee concert tickets to sell very fast. Plus, with only limited amounts being put on sale by the event organisers, you will have to act quickly and place your booking before they all go. If you have any questions, then contact our dedicated customer service team who can assist with every question when selecting from our huge range of essential gig tickets. Remember, award winning ticket vendor Gigantic is the very best place to come to make a stress-free booking before enjoying your big night out.

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