Having achieved a multitude of success as the Scorpion Kings, Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa announced their amapiano show, Scorpion Kings Live in 2020. Sadly, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the highly-anticipated event was postponed.
Nearly two years later, the Scorpion Kings have set a new date for the event and the amapiano show is set to take place on 22 July at the Sun Bet Arena in Pretoria.
SCORPION KINGS LIVE IS HERE
Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa have taken the local music scene by storm as the Scorpion Kings with their catchy tunes and star-studded album releases. Some of the pair’s most popular tracks include eMcimbini, Nguwe and Vula Vala featuring Nokwazi.
Now that several of the COVID-19 restrictions have been eased, including mask-wearing, the producers are gearing up for their Scorpion Kings Live show at the Sun Bet Arena.
According to TicketPro, the amapiano giants will be performing a three-hour set and will also feature some of SA’s musical artists across different genres.
Tickets for General Admission are R390 while Golden Circle Tickets are R490.
Tickets for the 2020 show are still valid for the July 2022.
Tickets are available here
SCORPION KINGS CELEBRATE WITH NEW EP
As they did with their 2020 show, Scorpion Kings are celebrating the upcoming show with a new EP titled Scorpion Kings Live Sun Arena.
The six-track EP features the likes of Young Stunna, Ami Faku, Da Musiqal Chef, rapper Zingah and the late amapiano vocalist, Mpura.
LISTEN TO ‘TRUST FUND’ HERE
TWEEPS CAN’T WAIT
Taking to Twitter, tweeps could not contain their excitement for the upcoming Scorpion Kings gig in Pretoria.
“Oh snap Scorpion Kings Live is finally going down?! Provided these tickets don’t all get sold-out today, tomorrow I’m copping, because there’s no way!” wrote one tweep.
“Scorpion King is the best thing we have as a country,” wrote another tweep.
“The concert finally happening.”