Country legend Kenny Rogers is embarking on a final tour of South Africa in June.
He will perform at the Big Top Arena, Carnival City on June 15 and 16, and in Cape Town on June 18. Rogers will be appearing alongside regional country guests including “Big Daddy” Lance James, “Queen of Country” Barbara Ray, “Midnight Cowboy” Clive Bruce and “The Killer” Tommy Dell. His special performance will mark the end of an era, and it is an event dedicated fans won’t want to miss.
Rogers’ prolific career has spanned over five and a half decades. The Country Music Hall of Fame member has played to millions of fans throughout the world, performing hit songs including “Through the Years,” “Islands in the Stream,” “She Believes in Me,” “Coward of the Country” and “Daytime Friends.” His heartfelt songs, natural storytelling prowess and unique voice have endeared him to countless fans. Fans of all ages will enjoy attending one of his final shows in South Africa.
Rogers has received dozens of awards for his music and impressive charity work, including 19 American Music awards, 11 People’s Choice awards, six Country Music Association awards and eight Academy of Country Music awards. He was honored with the Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award at the 47th Annual CMA Awards.
Rogers was also voted Favorite Singer of All-Time in a joint poll by readers of both USA Today and People.