Good news for 90s R&B fans.
Superstar boy band Boyz II Men are heading to South Africa in April, with the Cape Town leg on 13 April.
The trio, consisting of Nathan Morris, Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman, are no strangers to Mzansi, has toured the country before, most recently in 2015.
This time they’ll be celebrating more than 25 years of their timeless hits.
So take a walk down memory lane as they croon fan favourites such as End of the Road, I’ll Make Love to You, Down on Bended Knee, Motownphilly and In the Still of the Night.
They’ll be touring without bass vocalist, Michael McCary, though.
In 2003, McCary left the band due to chronic back problems, resulting from multiple sclerosis, and personal problems.
Boyz II Men hold the distinction of being the best-selling R&B group of all time, with an impressive 64 million albums sold worldwide.
Their list of accolades include four Grammy Awards, nine American Music Awards, nine Soul Train Awards and three Billboard Awards.
The tour kicks off in Pretoria on 9 April at the Sun Arena, Times Square, followed by the Cape Town leg at the Grand Arena, GrandWest Casino on 13 April.
Limited tickets for the seated concert are available at TicketPro and Super Spar nationwide now.
Tickets range from R650 to R1390 and are available at TicketPro.