Tinie Tempah gets stadium buzzing

Tinie Tempah quickly had the crowd buzzing. Photo by Peter McIntosh
Tinie Tempah quickly had the crowd buzzing. Photo by Peter McIntosh
More than 6500 adoring fans showed their appreciation. Photo by Peter McIntosh
More than 6500 adoring fans showed their appreciation. Photo by Peter McIntosh
Photo by Peter McIntosh
Photo by Peter McIntosh
Photo by Peter McIntosh
Photo by Peter McIntosh
Photo by Peter McIntosh
Photo by Peter McIntosh
Photo by Peter McIntosh
Photo by Peter McIntosh

English rapper Tinie Tempah made it clear he was happy to be in Dunedin for the first time when he played at Forsyth Barr Stadium last night.

''I woke up this morning to find myself on the front page of the Otago Daily Times. I've made it. I'm here,'' he told the crowd of more than 6500 adoring fans.

The rapper had the already buzzing crowd bouncing immediately, with the stadium quickly becoming a sea of bobbing hands pointing towards the roof.

Tempah was supported by dance acts Sub Focus and Chase and Status.

Otago University Students' Association event manager Dan Hendra said last night's after-party topped off a successful O-Week line-up, with about 29,000 tickets sold for events held at the stadium.

 

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