Rihanna to play two shows in SA soon

Top selling digital artist of all time Rihanna is currently on her Diamonds World Tour (which kicked off on the 8th of March 2013). As part of her tour she will be performing in Johannesburg at FNB Stadium on the 13th of October (this week Sunday) and at Cape Town Stadium on the 16th of October (next week Wednesday).

Rihanna has more than 74 million fans on Facebook and more than 30 million Twitter followers and it comes as no surprise that the Diamonds World Tour has been a huge success globally. She has already played shows all over the globe in countries like the United States, Canada, Morocco, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, and many more.

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Over the years Rihanna has released seven studio albums: Music of the Sun (in 2005), A Girl like Me (in 2006), Good Girl Gone Bad (in 2007), Rated R (in 2009), Loud (in 2010), Talk That Talk (in 2011) and Unapologetic (in 2012) and to date she has won no less than six Grammy Awards. She has also sold more than 41 million records and over 150 million digital tracks since she burst on the scene.

Rihanna will not be arriving in South Africa alone: this empress is bringing fifteen dancers, backup singers and musicians with her. Clothes for the Diamonds World Tour were designed by Riccardo Tisci from Givency, Raf Simons from Christian Dior and Alber Elbaz and footwear was designed by Christian Louboutin and Manolo Blahnik, so she’s guaranteed to look her best.

If you’re looking for tickets for the Cape Town or Johannesburg show, you’re in luck, there are many Rihanna tickets for sale on the Junk Mail website. Die hard fans should make sure that they get theirs before they are all gone.

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Watch this space for regular updates in the Events category on the Junk Mail Blog.

Henno Kruger

Digital Marketing Campaign Coordinator at Junk Mail Publishing.

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