The first edition of Park Acoustics for 2019 is happening on the 3rd of February in Pretoria. It takes place at Fort Schanskop (in the Voortrekker Monument Nature Reserve) and features an amazing line-up of local artists.
Here’s the line-up for first edition of Park Acoustics for 2019
- Fokofpolisiekar – These Belville boytjies need no introduction
- Straatligkinders – These Potch boytjies need no introduction
- Retro Dizzy – Crazy Cape Town rock kids
- Rambling Bones – Johannesburg Folk Punk kings
- Zebra – An up and coming Pretoria band
- #SOZLOL – Everyone’s favourite DJ duo
- Comedy sets by Nina Hastie, Bongani Dube and Long John.
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m extremely excited to experience this edition of Park Acoustics. I’m just a sucker for great live music and this is a great way to kick-start your February!
Take note that no under 18’s are allowed (unless they are accompanied by their parents). Take note that no copies, photos or temporary documents will be accepted as proof of identification. Kids under 6 years old can enter for free.
Also take note that no glass is allowed in the festival area. Please buy cans or decant your booze into plastic bottles.
Tickets for this edition will set you back R150 (if you buy them online) or R175 (if you buy them at the gate). They are already selling like hotcakes, so make sure that you get yours HERE.
If you don’t want to buy tickets yet, try your luck in our competition. Get details below.
We’re giving away a double ticket to the first edition of Park Acoustics for 2019!
To enter our competition, leave a comment below and tell us what you’d be willing to give up for a month (or indefinitely). The person who we think is the one who’s willing to sacrifice the most will be selected as the winner.
Take note that this competition is NOT open to under 18’s. The competition closes on the 28th of January 2019. The winner will be notified in the comment section below on the 29th of January 2019.
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