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Celebrating Ricky Ponting

Posted by on Dec 5, 2012 in Sport | 0 comments

I might be South African, hate the Australian accent, and managed to convince my parents not to move there when I was in primary school, but I have to put my dislike for the country aside for one man. Ricky Ponting.

The man has been a stalwart for Australian cricket and a true ambassador for the game over a 17 year career. He is their top run scorer and has played in over 160 tests. He has lead their side to a number of World Cup wins and was the worlds #1 Test ranked side for ages.

Here is to Ricky Ponting.

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Justin Bieber Confirmed For Cape Town, JHB 2013

Posted by on Dec 4, 2012 in Cape Town | 3 comments

So after my rant last week about Justin Bieber not being confirmed yet, I am pleased to announce that we can put all these rumours to bed officially. This morning it was announced that he would be coming, but upon looking at the Big Conerts website as well as 5fm & Computicket showed nothing. Not a single blog post.

Up until now…I have just seen that they have all updated their websites with the information for the shows.

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Justin Bieber will be performing in South Africa as follows:

Wednesday 8th May 2013 – Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town

Sunday 12th May 2013 – FNB Stadium, Johannesburg

Ticketing Information:

Tickets go on sale for the Johannesburg show (web, outlets and call centers) – Monday 10th December 2012 (09:00 – local time SAST). Price from R315 – R750.

Tickets go on sale for the Cape Town show (web, outlets and call centers) – Tuesday 11thDecember 2012 (09:00 – local time SAST). Price from R315 -  R700.

Tickets available online from Big Concerts or Computicket.

I wonder if this announcement will drive him to become the most watched YouTube star again after Psy took his crown last week. I still don’t think that he will be able to put on a show as good as Lady Gaga did in Cape Town.

What do you think? Excited much?

 

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Lady Gaga Rocked Cape Town Last Night – My Review

Posted by on Dec 4, 2012 in Cape Town | 5 comments

I was by no means a fan at all before last night. I went there excited to see The Darkness with the added benefit of getting to see a great performance. I barely knew any songs never mind any of the lyrics, but holy balls, that show last night was mind blowing, and I honestly don’t think I will get to see a better all round performance ever again.

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It was incredible. I have never witnessed such an amazing overall performance. It wasn’t a concert, it was a full theatrical performance with dancing, singing and some truly awesome entertaining.

I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I knew it would be in your face and very big, and it certainly was. I am still lost for words actually.

Singing – 9/10 – She did a lot more singing than I thought she would, and when she did she hit most of the notes. I was very impressed with this and the fact that she actually played the guitar and piano a bit. She is actually very muscially talented much to my surprise.

Dancing – 10/10 – There were dance moves for every song, with a stage full of dancers always perfectly in time and just beautifully composed. She could join in time at any point of any song and be perfectly in time. It was quite incredible to be honest and all while singing the majority of the song.

Crowd Engagement – 10/10 – She had two instances when she pulled up fans from the crowd and jammed with them. No security surrounding her or anything of the sort. Fans touching her, hugging, kissing, singing along and just being aloud to embrace their incredible fortune with a world pop-star, all while she looked like she was casually singing with a couple of mates at home. Not only that, but she was a truly genuine person who was honestly

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