Gallery: Foo Fighters live in Johannesburg, South Africa

American rockers, Foo Fighters wrapped up their first (at long last) tour to South Africa. They played to a very hyped-up, energetic crowd at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg. For over three hours, the band rocked out, playing some of their new material, but balancing that with the classics that have made them who they are today. They were supported by SA band, BLK JKS as well as the Kaiser Chiefs.

Did you go to the concert? What did you enjoy the most?

Gig alert: Dirty Sexy Rock ‘n Roll

Are you a live music fan? Looking for something fun to do next month? Well get ready for Dirty, Sexy, Rock ‘n Roll, a tour that will see two of the country’s biggest rock bands hitting the road this April.
The Southern Gypsey Queen are hit the road with Shadowclub this week, where they will be traveling to 21 venues across SA. The tour kicks off this Friday at Tanz Café. Check out the rest of the dates below: Continue reading “Gig alert: Dirty Sexy Rock ‘n Roll”

Deadmau5 are coming

News broke this morning that Deadmau5 are coming to SA and it seems as if people are over the moon with this. The question is, are you one of them excited beings? I am…. Details to follow.

Lil Wayne, Drake hitting SA this December

We knew that Drake was coming and I knew about Lil Wayne, but apparently it wasn’t public knowledge… Up until now. Live presenter Sizwe Dhlomo just announced on the show that Lil Wayne was the other big international artist who will joining Drake this December. Are you excited? Have you got your tickets? I’m excited to see Drake… let’s leave it there 😉

He’ll be performing three concerts in SA. One on the 7th of December in Cape Town. One on the 9th of December at the Coca Cola Dome and then on the 11th of December he’ll be at a venue in Durban. That will be confirmed in due course  Visit this site for more information on the tour:

Watch: James Blunt performs in Johannesburg

UK singer/ songwriter James Blunt performed to over 10 000 fans at the Coca Cola Dome in Johannesburg at the weekend. This marked his second tour to the country in three years. Look, I’ll be honest I was a James Blunt fan for about as long as the hit single “You’re Beautiful” was on radio (before being overplayed). So I wasn’t totally excited to see him again, but I respect the fans who do still like him and judging by their response, they were stoked to see him too. Did you go? Who in Cape Town is going to the show tomorrow night? Give me and others reading this your thoughts.