Madison Square Garden: SA Celebrates the Success of Black Coffee’s Sold-Out Show in New York

Madison Square Garden: SA Celebrates the Success of Black Coffee’s Sold-Out Show in New York

  • DJ Black Coffee has pulled off a successful show at the world-famous Madison Square Garden in New York
  • The KwaZulu-Natal muso became the first South African DJ and producer to headline a show at the arena
  • South African netizens are bursting with pride following the concert and they are showering Black Coffee with praise

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DJ Black Coffee
DJ Black Coffee performed at the sold-out Madison Square Garden in New York. Image: @realblackcoffee
Source: Instagram

DJ Black Coffee has achieved a historic milestone by becoming the first South African DJ and to headline a performance at the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York.

Special guests and stage setup

The monumental event took place on Saturday 7 October and the lineup included other SA artists like Major League DJs, Bucie, and Msaki. The show was a visual spectacle, featuring a 12-piece orchestra and a 360-degree stage setup.

DJ Black Coffee posts Instagram pic

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Moments before gracing the stage, the 47-year-old Grammy Award winner shared a picture on his socials. The snap with the black-and-white background captured his game face, symbolising the calm before the storm.

See the Instagram post below:

SA claps for DJ Black Coffee

South Africans are overflowing with pride following Black Coffee's sold-out performance at the iconic venue.

Read some of the comments below:

Zakhele King Petse said:

"Best DJ ever!"

Sima Fani mentioned:

"He’s the history but we never appreciated him and sad."

Bethu Kat Seabi commented:

"South Africa on a global scale. Praise to him."

Tebogo Nhlapo wrote:

"Congrats to Black Coffee for flying the SA flag higher."

Mziwenkosi Dyani added:

"Raise the flag high at the world's most famous arena."

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Sipho Nkuna stated:

"Congratulations my brother you made history for the whole of Africa. You're king of music."

Black Coffee Madison Square Gardens: MacG and Oskido live it up in New York ahead of concert

In another article, Briefly News reported that MacG and Oskido dodged the heatwave in Gauteng to visit the Big Apple and support Black Coffee's big gig at Madison Square Garden.

The SA musos decided to explore the bright lights of Times Square and goofed around with a golden mime.

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Source: Briefly News

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