Music and opening ceremony

2009-11-28 00:00

TOMORROW’S Premier Soccer League game between AmaZulu and Maritzburg United, which will be the inaugural match at Moses Mabhida Stadium, will be feature live music, DJs and a brief opening ceremony.

Gates open at 10 am and the entertainment will start from noon.

While the teams warm up, from 2.30 pm the opening ceremony will be held to mark the first game at the 55 000 capacity World Cup semi-final venue.

The match kicks off at 3.30 pm.

Only 22 000 tickets were made available for the game and these were sold out by Tuesday.

Maritzburg United play at Moses Mabhida again next Sunday, and 40 000 tickets have been made available for their PSL game against Kaizer Chiefs.

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