‘Idols’ winner Paxton to sing at Feather Market Centre

2017-12-13 06:00
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ONE of the youngest winners of Idols SA, Paxton Fielies, will be performing at the Feather Market Centre tomorrow, December 14.

The Cape Town teenager bagged the most votes to win this year’s competition.

Fielies proved, during the competition, she was very versatile and could sing any genre of music.

Her fellow top seven contestant, Christo Daniels, will be joining Fielies on stage.

The opening acts of the show will be top 10 contestants from the previous seasons, Bevin Samuels, Keegan Martin and Loyiso Gijana.

The performance will take place at the Feather Market Centre tomorrow from 7pm.

Tickets from R150 are available at Compu­ticket.


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