The South African Tattoo Is Marching, Singing & Dancing To Pretoria This October!


After five years of sell-out shows in Johannesburg, the South African Tattoo is returning for yet another spectacular, but this time, they’ll be making their way to Pretoria. Now to be staged in the new state-of-the-art indoor arena at Time Square, this is one of the biggest shows South Africa has ever seen. Running over two days and nights, with over 500 local and international performers dazzling audiences in a 95-minute cultural spectacle redolent of the world-famous Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, this is something you definitely don’t want to miss!

What Is It?

If you have never experienced the magic, music, arts and beauty of the South African Tattoo, then make sure you get your tickets to this sensational show now, before they run out! Immerse yourself in the stirring sounds of massed pipes and drums that traditionally open the show and be captivated by the emotional finale featuring the entire cast of pipes and drums, brass bands, massed highland dancing, military bands, a choir, the JHB Youth Orchestra, thrilling action items and cultural displays from performers around the world. There will also be a special guest appearance by South Africa’s star singer, Corlea Botha.

South African Tattoo
No expenses are spared to produce a fascinating display of sound, lighting and special effects, with creatively produced visual projections against a backdrop at the stage entrance, giving the effect of ancient castles, spectacular landscapes and enchanting stories of long-lost traditions and heroes. This show is truly an experience for the senses. From the mighty hail of the military drum majors to the toe-tapping of the highland dancers and the traditional sounds of the massed pipes and drums – plus so much more – this year’s exciting line-up combines the finest local and international talents to present South Africa’s biggest show. Here’s a quick sneak peek!

Saturday, 06 October 2018 and Sunday, 07 October 2018.

The ever-popular annual South African Tattoo returns to a new home for only three performances!

South African Tattoo

Where Is It?

The Sun Arena at Time Square, 209 Aramist Avenue, Menlyn, Pretoria.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost between R198 – R498 per person and can be purchased from Computicket.

Families get 20% off tickets for kids under the age of 12.

South African Tattoo

For More Information

For more information on this spectacular show, visit them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

South African Tattoo

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