If you want to see singer Ciara and hip-hop legend Busta
Rhymes to South Africa, you'll have to work hard to gain entry to the event.
Yes, there won't be any ticket sales for the show! Channel24 reports that the
concert forms part of an initiative called "Give, get Given", and is
different to other concerts as tickets are nor for sale, but must be earned
through community service by the youth. By giving four hours of their time to
community service, a ticket is earned to attend the concert. The concert is
brought to our shores by the global youth movement organisation RockCorps. The
Coca-Cola® RockCorps platform, part of the global RockCorps movement,
officially launched at the Thembalethu Primary School in Meadowlands Zone 10,
and promises to bring with it a teen-driven movement for change.On her
performance in SA, Ciara said the following: "I am so excited to come to
South Africa and perform for the thousands of volunteers who gave their time to
uplifting their communities.Using my
music to empower young people to reach their potential is what I am all about.See you in Johannesburg!" The venue and
the date of the concert is yet to be announced.For more information, visit http://www.rockcorps.com/.