Kevin Hart set to wow South African fan’s in March

The Kevin Hart What Now? Comedy Tour brought to you by Savanna Premium Cider will wow South African audiences from 26 – 30 March 2016 with performances in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg.

Savanna Premium Cider is firing up the comedy scene by bringing this red hot name in international stand-up to the country. With a huge international fan base for his charismatic appeal and fast-talking style of comedy, Hart fits perfectly into the sharp-witted world of Savanna with its signature take on intelligent humour since the brand was launched in 1996.


“Kevin Hart is the rock star of the international comedy scene. As an unconventional world-class entertainer, his off-centre, quick-witted maverick approach is perfectly aligned to Savanna. The Kevin Hart What Now? Comedy Tour is a game changer for the brand – and is huge news for both Savanna and South Africa as it is the first time he will grace African shores,” says Marcel Swain, Savanna SA Marketing Manager for Savanna.


Billed as the highest grossing comedy tour of all time, the Kevin Hart What Now? Comedy Tour has seen sell-out performances throughout the USA, Canada and Europe since April last year. In August Hart became the first comedian ever to sell out a football stadium performing to an audience of 53 000 fans in his home town of Philadelphia. The tour goes down under to Australia in February before culminating in South Africa in March.


The Kevin Hart What Now? Comedy Tour promoted by Real Concerts with co-partners M-Net, 947, KFM and East Coast Radio, comes to the Grand Arena in Cape Town on 26 March 2016 followed by the Durban International Convention Centre on 28th and The TicketPro Dome in Johannesburg on the 30th. Tickets are available from Computicket.


Catch #KevinHartSA on Twitter for the latest Kevin Hart What Now? Comedy Tour action and keep up to date on Savanna’s popular social feeds on, Twitter @SavannaCider, and YouTube.

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