Ronan Keating arrives in South Africa this week to perform at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in Cape Town on Friday 3 March and at SunBet Arena, Time Square in Pretoria on Sunday 5 March.
The support acts for Ronan Keating’s SA tour have also been announced with Martin Gill confirmed for the Cape Town concert on Friday (3 March) and Lee Cole for the Pretoria concert on Sunday (5 March).
More info about Martin Gill
Martin Gill is a South-Africa based English singer-songwriter. His music’s strengths, in a similar style to that of Dermot Kennedy, LANY and many other modern pop artists, lie in its honesty and relatability. His unique voice captures the emotion of every moment and feeling, while his live-looping keeps you dancing through catchy pop choruses.
More info about Lee Cole
With vocal influences ranging from rock titans Queen and AC/DC to pop icon Michael Jackson, Lee Cole’s sound has been shaped by the multiple genres that he’s taken in over the years, resulting in a pop-rooted sound that’s flecked with his unique vocal stylings. He boasts a catalogue of multiple hit singles with ‘I Don’t Wanna Wait’, ‘Pink Dragons’, ‘Honey, Let me in’, ‘No Fear, No Tears’ and most recently ‘With or Without You’, and is already teasing new music for 2023.
More info about Ronan Keating SA Tour
Specialist wealth management company, Citadel, has a long-standing relationship with Ronan Keating and brings him to South Africa annually to raise funds for South African charities alongside golf legend, Gary Player.
To date, Citadel, Ronan and Gary have raised R5 million to benefit vulnerable South African children. This year, Ronan is adding two public concert dates to his schedule, proudly brought to you by Citadel.
More info about Ronan Keating
When Ronan Keating answered a newspaper advert to audition for a brand-new Irish boyband in 1993, he would have been hard pressed to believe that nearly 30 years later he would still be going strong. Singer, songwriter, broadcaster, TV presenter, actor, philanthropist, loving husband and dedicated father…
During the challenging lockdowns, 2020 saw the release of the studio album, Twenty Twenty, with Ronan celebrating his 20th year as a solo artist. Whilst his 9th UK Top 10 solo album would usually be the highlight of any year, that accolade was wonderfully overshadowed by the arrival of Ronan’s fifth child Coco Knox Keating.
As the shadow of the pandemic followed us into 2021, Ronan called on his extensive TV presenting talents as he joined the BBC’s prime time entertainment show The One Show, as co-host and also took a familiar seat in a revolving red leather chair as he joined the judging panel on ITV’s The Voice Kids.
2023 will see Ronan continue waking up the nation for breakfast each weekday morning and joining them on the TV sofa in the evening’s but he’ll also be back on the road doing what he loves best… singing live!
Tickets for the Cape Town show are available HERE
Tickets for the Pretoria show are available HERE
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