#FillUp2019: Possible Venues

Where should Cassper Go?

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:43 PM  | Cassper Nyovest 

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This year Cassper Nyovest's one-man concert series, #FillUp, turns five years old and now we're wondering which stadium he's going to bring his electric concert brand to next.

The concert series began with the rapper's big call for fans to support his biggest dream: to become the first SA artist to fill up the Ticket Pro Dome without any help. This was way back in 2015 and now, with the series on the verge of turning five, the rapper is already exploring how much further he can take it.

Since then, he's filled up Orlando Stadium, FNB Stadium and most recently Moses Mabhida but now we're wondering, where will the concert head next?

Here are a few options for where we think Cassper Nyovest can host his next Fill Up Show:

Green Point Stadium - Cape Town

Mufasa in the Mother City? We could see this happening, especially since Cape Town would be the next logical move after performing in Durban and Johannesburg already.

Teslim Balogun Stadium - Nigeria

If Cassper wanted to take his talents to West Africa, then we think he should consider performing in Nigeria's biggest sports stadium. Considering the love they have for him that side, we can see him filling it up with ease.

Royal Albert Hall - London

Wizkid made history last year when he hosted a sold-out show at one of the most prestigious concert venues in the world. With capacity of only 5,000, Cassper would fill this up with ease.

Madison Square Garden - New York City

If London isn't his cup of tea (insert British joke about tea and scones here) then maybe he should consider taking #FillUp to the States and attempting to fill up one of the most famous concert venues on the planet.

Mafikeng Rugby Stadium - Mafikeng

Of course he could abandon all of the suggestions above and decide to bring the concert back home where it belongs: his beloved Maftown.

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