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Big Ben to headline South African event

They loved his performance during their Namibian leg tour and just to bring him in for their official launch!

Musician and producer Big Big has been selected as the only international act to perform at the upcoming LB Botorbike Club Official Launch slated to take place in South Africa this month. The Namibian award-winning and nominee in the upcoming NAMAs is the only international act who will be joined by South African artists on stage. speaking to unwrap.online, the spokesperson of the event says that Big Ben has performed during the club tour in Namibia last year.

“Our Club had a 5 African Countries Tour on bikes in 2018, and during their Namibian leg of the tour Big Ben was one of the artists that entertained them on one of the occasions while in Namibia. From that point onward there was interest in bringing him to South Africa for a performance, and this is the perfect occasion to do that,” he says.

The first of its kind event will be the first of its kind and is aimed at creating road safety among other factors says Guvula.

” The event, besides launching the TLB Motorbike Club, we will also be contributing to a charity of ours and this will be an annual activity,” says Guvula.

The event will see three countries Botswana, Swaziland represented by motorbike clubs at the event that will take place on 27 to 29 September at the Zwartkop Centurion.

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