One of the keys to a successful venue is the ability to transform itself to suit any performance. At the Coca-Cola dome this sometimes happens literally within 24 hours! the Coca-Cola dome’ s professional team has 15 years of exceptional experience and is able to configure the venue to suit the artist’s requirements while providing the best experience for the audience……
In November the Coca-Cola dome will be hosting five concerts in five days. Kicking off with 9-time Grammy Award winner John Legend supported by local urban soul singer Lulu Dikana – this performance will be in an intimate seated environment.
The Dome will also be hosting both the celebrated jazz artist Kenny G and Thirty Seconds to Mars in between the first and final two nights of John Legend. These smooth sounds will be backed up by a truly smooth transition for each performer.
Going from a fully seated venue for Kenny G the Coca-Cola dome adjusts to be standing only to allow for Thirty Seconds to Mars fans to rock and roll, and then back to a seating plan for John Legend within 48 hours!
“Our full event calendar is testament to the venue being successful and having viable facilities to accommodate any eventing requirements. As a multipurpose venue, we are able to offer event organizers technical and operational support to stage just about any live performance,” says Warren Green, Commercial Manager of the Coca-Cola dome.
The Coca-Cola dome is able to offer patrons VIP suites, which includes a private bar along with catering both pre and post event and preferential parking which ensures easy exit. This offering is designed to allow for patrons to enjoy their evening out for a little longer.
The Coca-Cola dome will host Thirty Seconds to Mars on Friday 21 November, the three-man band is well known for their energetic and entertaining live performances. They will be supported by local pop band, Beatenberg, whose album released in August, peaked at number two on the SA iTunes chart.
See website for more info on the exciting entertainment lined up for this year