Listen: Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean?

I feel like Justin Bieber is ready to make a massive comeback. The star has just dropped his new single, following on from his very successful single with Skrillex and a string of apologies and good PR stories. Did his mom, manager or grandparents bring him down to earth? Maybe he’s grown up a bit more and is ready to focus on what he’s really good at, music!

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Here’s the new single from the Biebs called What Do You Mean:

Dig it? Hate it?

Bieber online:
http://facebook.com/justinbieber
http://twitter.com/justinbieber
http://instagram.com/justinbieber

Justin Bieber releases All That Matters video

I’d be interested to hear from all the (non) Beliebers out there about this one. Justin Bieber released his new music video called All That Matters yesterday and I want to hear from you. What do you think of the new track? For me, it’s one of his weakest offerings. I like a few of his songs and for all the haters out there, I’m not ashamed to admit that. He is good, he’s got star power (obviously) and he’s one of the biggest names in the game. However, this new track does absolutely nothing for me. My opinion… What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

Pictures: Justin Bieber live in Johannesburg

Justin Bieber live in concert at the FNB Stadium on the 12th of May 2013. Check out some of my pics.

Justin Bieber in Jozi: FAQs

Cape Town had its chance last night and now we prep for Bieber’s big performance in Jozi this coming Sunday (Mother’s Day). If you’re making your way through to the FNB Stadium, here’s all the info you need to know:

All you need to know to make sure you get into the stadium as quick and easy as possible:

1. Make sure you book your transport ticket before show day:

Park and Ride: Click here for more information

Park and Rail: Click here for more information

Parking: Click here for more information

2. If you have a GOLDEN CIRCLE STANDING or GENERAL ADMISSION STANDING ticket then you must enter through GATE M to collect your armband. Please note that there will be two separate queues. One for Golden Circle ticket holders and one for General Standing ticket holders. There is no armband collection inside the venue. If you enter through the wrong gate you will have to go all the way back to GATE M.

3. SEATED ticket holders please enter through GATE C, GATE H and GATE K.

4. If you purchased tickets to the Stadium Management Lounge you must enter through GATE C and proceed to Foyer A.

5. Click here to download the detailed venue map. Please print a copy of the venue map and give it to your children regardless of whether they are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. It shows entrance points and the location of the information point.

6. If you bought your tickets online (print at home) please make sure you print out your E-ticket, fold it as indicated on the ticket prior to arriving at the event to avoid creasing and damaging the barcodes, and ensure that you bring your E-ticket with you to the venue as we cannot reprint E-tickets at the venue for safety and security reasons. Your E-ticket needs to be of high print quality to ensure a positive scan at the venue. Please note we cannot scan tickets off any mobile device.

7. For E-tickets purchased from bigconcerts.co.za, please review your printer settings before you print. The document must print to its actual size so that the folding lines print to the edge of the paper. If the document is fit to print to the paper size it will print the barcode too far away from the edge of the paper, and the barcode scanners at the turnstiles will be unable to read your ticket. Click here to see instructions on how to fold your E-ticket.

8. Children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by a legal guardian

9. Children between the ages of 14-18 years of age who are not accompanied by a legal guardian must have the emergency contact number for their parent or legal guardian saved under the name ICE on their mobile phones, or it must be written on a small piece of paper which is to be kept inside their wallets so that medical personnel can contact this person in the event of a medical emergency.

 

  1. We have set up a Lost and Found centre at the venue, which is located at Entrance U by Turnstile 15. Click here to view the map. Please print this map out and educate your children on how to find this facility in the event that they are separated from their group, parent or legal guardian.

 

  1. We have also set up a dedicated call centre number which can be reached on 011 759 7215 should you need to contact the Lost and Found Centre.

 

  1. Please make sure that your make your children aware of the dangers of talking to strangers, accepting food or beverages from strangers or getting into any vehicle with strangers. Please advise your children to call 011 759 7215 or go to the Lost and Found centre if they can any concerts about their safety and security.

 

  1. Anyone caught drinking underage or giving alcohol to minors will be arrested.

 

  1. Don’t forget to bring with you on the day: your tickets, ID (if you intend to consume alcohol), cash (NO ATMs on site) and appropriate clothes for any weather conditions.

 

  1. Umbrellas, cameras or recording devices including iPads are NOT permitted.

 

  1. Food and beverages will be available for sale inside and outside the stadium. No alcohol may be brought to the stadium and no drinking will be allowed in any areas other than the licensed public bars outside and inside the stadium. Security will confiscate any alcohol in the car parks, and refuse entry into the venue to any persons that are intoxicated.

Complete event information can be found at www.bigconcerts.co.za.

 

Bieber fever hits Cape Town

Bieber fever has hit the Mother City. In just a couple of hours teenagers, moms, dads and other Beliebers will get to see arguably the biggest star in the world performing on the continent for the first time. News24 posted this video on YouTube earlier… Bless them Beliebers. If you’re at the stadium or you’re getting ready to go, be sure to let us know what Justin Bieber’s Believe tour is like. Jozi, Sunday… that’s all!

Bieber, Bon Jovi and the SAMAs – A busy week in entertainment

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What’s good friends? It’s Monday morning in my part of the world and it’s going to be a mad busy week. Why? Well here’s a little breakdown of what is crackening this week:

1. The 19th annual South African Music Awards (SAMAs) brought to you by MTN. It all goes down in Sun City this coming Friday and Saturday. Friday focuses on the technical, behind the scenes awards. Now this part of the weekend isn’t televised, but it’s fun and an important night too. I will be there and I’ll bring you some pics, news and highlights from that ceremony.

Saturday evening is the big show. Here’s a list of some of the performers expected to take to the stage:
Dr Thomas Chauke
Zozo
Sangre Superbeat
Toya Delazy
Kabomo
Zonke
ChianoSky
DJ Zinhle
Reason
Proverb
Desmond and the Tutus
The Muffinz
Lira
Vetkuk & Mahoota

Guest presenters include Menzi Ngubane, Sophie Ndaba, Zolisa Xaluva, Thami Mgqolo, Rapulana Seiphemo and Tsholo Monedi. Who will be the big host? The big winners? Find out on Saturday by checking out the live broadcast on SABC1 or follow my tweets (@JasonVonBerg) for details.

2. If the SAMAs aren’t your vibe then maybe Bon Jovi is. The legendary band will be rocking out at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on Saturday evening. Bummed to be missing it, but hey the SAMAs have called and I shall answer 😉

3. Justin Bieber! Arguably the biggest name in entertainment at the moment kicks off his first South African tour this coming Wednesday in Cape Town. This will be massive and already Bieber fever has reached a level that nobody can control. If you’re going to be at the CT gig, let us know what it’s like. Oh and moms and dads, best you be getting your earplugs sorted ahead of the performance… we’d hate for you to be left hard of hearing afterwards. Sunday evening Jozi gets its chance to see the Biebs. I’ll be there, sadly sans the video camera because Bieber’s camp doesn’t allow for that, but I’ll be snapping some pics for the occasion.

4. Mother’s Day. Don’t forget to shower your mums this Sunday. A good breakfast, a lovely brunch, a delicious dinner… Some nice flowers, a few gifts and lots of love and you’re well on your way to being the kid ever!

Listen: Will.i.am ft Justin Bieber – That Power

Will.i.am follows up his smash hit, Scream and Shout with this one. It’s called That Power. Clever move by Will.i.am to include Justin Bieber on the track. That’s power right there. I’m not in love with the track just yet, but I’m sure it’ll grow on me. Your thoughts?