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Lady Gaga coming to SA

2012-06-18 07:32
 
Cape Town – 5FM DJ Gareth Cliff announced on Monday that pop icon Lady Gaga will be performing in South Africa later this year.

Lady Gaga will be performing two stadium shows in South Africa. She will be in Johannesburg on 30 November at the FNB Stadium and in Cape Town on 3 December at the Cape Town Stadium.

She will be supported by special guests British glam rock band The Darkness best known for their hit I Believe In A Thing Called Love and her longtime performance partner and DJ, LADY STARLIGHT.

Seated tickets start at R315 and all standing tickets are R715 and will go on sale online only on Tuesday, 19 June at 09:00 through Computicket.

Tickets will only be available at Computicket outlets and via the Computicket call centre starting Thursday, 21 June at 09:00 for Johannesburg, and Friday, 22 June at 09:00 for Cape Town.

The seating plan for Johannesburg and Cape Town can be viewed on Big Concert's official Facebook page.

The tour will be part of her The Born This Way Ball tour.

* What do you think of the announcement of Lady Gaga performing in South Africa this year? Would you have preferred it to be another musical act? Let us know what you think!

- Channel24

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