THIS year's Women's Day should be really special if Morris Roda's National Women's Day Extravaganza, billed for August 7 and 9, is anything to go by.
Roda promises to bring to South Africa Grammy Award-winning singers Robin Thicke and Howard Hewet t- just to spoil women.
The duo, who have touched the souls of fans across the world, will be in Durban at the Sahara Kingsmead Stadium and in Johannesburg at a venue to be named soon.
Thicke has a wall full of accolades, including three Grammys and composing songs for Lil Wayne, Mary J Blige, Christina Aguilera, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Hudson and Michael Jackson.
His breakthrough single, Lost Without You, and Thicke's The Evolution achieved platinum.
Raised in Akron, Ohio, Hewett came into the music scene as lead singer of Shalamar, a disco group that topped the charts in the US and the UK.
In 1986 he decided to go solo and released his album I Commit To Love. He also did duets with Anita Baker, Dionne Warwick, Brenda Russell and Stacey Lattisaw.
The two singers will be joined by local artists Ringo, Ntando, Theo and Danny K.
Roda says: "Women will be really pampered and spoiled."
Tickets are available at Computicket countrywide.