International music superstars CeCe Peniston and Crystal Waters are heading to Cape Town this month

Dance Music Divas, Cece Peniston and Crystal clear waters come to Cape Town and bring the 90s with them.

The US-based duo are heading to Africa for a tour that includes Cape Town on Saturday November 26 at the Grand Arena at GrandWest Casino and Entertainment World.

They will then travel to the Durban Exhibition Center on Friday December 2 and to Gaborone, Botswana on Saturday December 3.

The pair responsible for iconic hits such as Gypsy Woman and We Got A Love Thing, respectively, are still incredibly popular with Cape Town audiences who frequently receive airtime on the city’s popular radio stations and fill the tracks of dancing in nightclubs.

Their music is timeless and the two still perform regularly in their home country of the United States, as well as in Europe.

Crystal clear waters hails from New York and is best known for her 1990s dance music hits Gypsy Woman, 100% Pure Love and 2007’s Destination Caliber – all of which became top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 dance charts.

former beauty queen, Cece Peniston hails from Arizona and has scored five No. 1 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 dance charts with songs such as Finally and We Got A Love Thing.

According to concert organizers James Theunissen and Roland Hendricks, local audiences can look forward to “the biggest old-school party of the 90s after COVID-19”.

“The show fully celebrates this extraordinary era of Dance and House music by giving audiences an authentic and original sound and feel to the music of these artists as they know it at this time. I know South African audiences will no doubt sing the song while they originally knew it from playing on the radio or dancing to it in clubs in the 90s,” Hendricks said.

The duo will be supported by local musos including R&B crooner Fagrie Isaacs who has gained notoriety for his incredible Luther Vandross covers, chart-topping singer/songwriter Garth Taylor and Ramaine Barreiro-Lloyd, affectionately known as South Africa’s answer to Tina Turner.

Cape Town audiences are invited to put on their dancing shoes and prepare for a nostalgic trip down memory lane with these incredibly talented performers.

Tickets for this nostalgic concert experience can be purchased through Computicket at or through Checkers and Shoprite retail stores nationwide from R250-R425 each.

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