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More Lady Gaga tickets released for CT

2012-09-25 09:26
 
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Cape Town - Big Concerts announced on Monday that a new lower price category has been introduced to the field standing area for Lady Gaga’s Cape Town show on 3 December.

The new standing area, which has become available as a result of a new capacity approval for Cape Town Stadium, will be located behind the mix control position on the field. 

The price of all tickets released for this area will be R415.00 (all inclusive), and they are available through Computicket.

Fans currently holding general standing tickets for the Cape Town show will be accommodated in a premium standing area, located between the stage and the mix control position. 

The Johannesburg tour date scheduled for 30 November at the FNB Stadium (Soccer City Complex) is not affected by this announcement.
 
Lady Gaga 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.

See the seating plan Lady Gaga's Cape Town show here:

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