No load-shedding for Ed Sheeran show, according to Big Concerts

No load-shedding for Ed Sheeran show, according to Big Concerts

Big Concerts has reassured South Africans that the Ed Sheeran concert this weekend will not be affected by the rolling black-outs caused by Eskom's load-shedding.

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Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Justin van Wyk of Big Concerts said that back-up generators would guarantee that the show goes on.

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According to Justin, their shows do not rely on Eskom's supply and they have their own back-up power supply.

No load-shedding for Ed Sheeran show, according to Big Concerts

No load-shedding for Ed Sheeran show, according to Big Concerts
Source: UGC

The City of Johannesburg has also said it had a plan to make sure the power was kept on in the blocks around the the stadium.

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However, load-shedding has left many nervous, especially after King Monada recently had to stop his show due to the electricity cutting. Briefly.co.za reported that a video has emerged showing the black-out occurring during the concert. Spectators were less than impressed as they all shouted in frustration.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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