Scorpion Kings to begin their World Tour in BW

  • They’re coming to BW when they are riding the crest of the wave as amapiano superstars
  • Royal Aria Stadium chosen for better observance of COVID-19 protocols


The much-anticipated Scorpion Kings gig, Pretty Girls Love Amapiano, has been tipped to be the biggest show in Botswana for this year.
The event is scheduled Royal Aria Stadium in Tlokweng on November 28.
In their debut performance as Scorpion Kings, Maphorisa and Kabza Da Small were catapulted to the ranks of the impressive artists worldwide who have spearheaded the amapiano genre across the globe. They duo have even gone to the extent of producing tracks for world-class acts like Drake and Burna Boy. They will be performing in Botswana at a time when they are riding the crest the wave and preparing to go on a world tour.
The amapiano superstars are expected to belt out their classic hits such as Dubai, Funu, and Rumble in the Jungle and memorable mixes that have put them on the international map.
“Unlike most international acts, the Scorpion Kings will perform in Botswana only once this year with this gig because they are fully booked and will be embarking on a worldwide tour,” said the promoter of Pretty Girls Love Amapiano, Godwin Sebina. “This will be one of their starting points of the tour. They will only be able for another performance here maybe next year after completing their world tour.” said the.
Sebina added that since this will be one of the biggest events to be held in Botswana, they have opted for a 20 000-capacity stadium where only 10 000 revellers will gain admittance for better observance of COVID- 19 health protocols.
“Apart from bringing world-class entertainment, our main priority is the safety of patrons is our priority,” Sebina noted. “We opted for a stadium because there is more ventilation. We have partnered with DC Tours to provide a shuttle service. However, revellers will drive their cars inside the stadium so that they are not broken into. We also encourage people to get vaccinated prior to attending the show.”