South Africa’s Black Coffee returns to the UK with an extended set of his ‘Afropolitan’ sound at Electric Brixton on Easter Saturday (26th March)… and we have one pair of tickets to give away to the bank holiday show.
The Easter weekend show at Electric Brixton is named after his latest single ‘We Dance Again’, which is currently at the centre of a dance video challenge on Instagram.
Taking influences from his homeland, Black Coffee’s house sound has garnered a keen worldwide following and seen him score a headline residency for Circoloco at Ibiza’s DC10.
Originating from the Eastern Cape of South Africa, Nkosinathi Maphulmulo is celebrated as a national hero, backed up by numerous SAMA awards ranging everywhere from ‘Best Dance Album’ to ‘Best Male Artist’.
WE HAVE ONE PAIR OF TICKETS TO GIVE AWAY TO THIS ELECTRIC EASTER BEAT FEST! TO BE IN WITH A CHANCE OF WINNING JUST EMAIL US THE ANSWER TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTION…
Which Black Coffee track has started an Instagram dance craze?
a) We Can Laugh Again
b) We Can Dance Again
c) When Can’t Ever Do That… Ever Again
Email the correct answer to us at firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Sunday 20th March and we’ll announce our winner on Monday 21st March.
Black Coffee plays live on Easter Saturday 26th March at Electric Brixton, Town Hall Parade, Brixton, SW2 1RJ (10pm – 6am). Tickets cost from £15 & can be purchased here.