TICKETS FOR WWE® LIVE SOUTH AFRICA AVAILABLE THIS WEDNESDAY
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa & STAMFORD, Conn. December 11, 2017 – Tickets for WWE LIVE SOUTH AFRICA in Cape Town, Johannesburg and, for the first time, Pretoria, will be available this Wednesday, December 13 at 9am from bigconcerts.co.za and computicket.com.
The WWE LIVE SOUTH AFRICA tour begins at the Grand Arena, GrandWest, Cape Town on Wednesday, April 18, before debuting at the Sun Arena, Time Square, Pretoria, on Friday, April 20. The tour concludes at the Ticketpro Dome, Johannesburg on Saturday, April 21.
The family-friendly events will feature WWE Superstars Braun Strowman™, Seth Rollins™, Dean Ambrose™, Intercontinental Champion Roman Reigns™, RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss™, Sasha Banks™, Asuka™, RAW Tag Team Champions Cesaro™ and Sheamus™, and more.*
“Following the overwhelming demand from our fans in South Africa, we are excited to return to Cape Town and Johannesburg, and bring WWE LIVE to Pretoria for the first time,” said Stefan Kastenmüller, Senior Vice President & General Manager, WWE Africa, Europe & Emerging Markets. “WWE fans in South Africa can look forward to spectacular, non-stop, family-friendly entertainment featuring their favorite WWE Superstars.”
WWE LIVE SOUTH AFRICA is promoted by Big Concerts and presented in partnership with SuperSport, Africa’s premier sports broadcaster, that airs WWE programming in more than 50 countries and territories throughout sub-Saharan Africa. SuperSport channels S3, S4, S9 and SS10 televise Raw on Tuesdays and SmackDown Live on Wednesdays, offering both live telecasts and same-day re-airs, and broadcasts all WWE specials live, including WrestleMania®, SummerSlam®, Survivor Series® and Royal Rumble®.
WWE Live South Africa is supported by Supersport, KFM 94.5, 947 and Channel 24.
*Talent line-up subject to change.
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