So, about a week after venturing to Worcester for the Cape Town edition of RAMFest 2011 I made my way to Riversands Farms in Fourways (just North of Johannesburg). Me, @SimoneFourie7 @BaasDeBeer and @missbronni arrived at the venue at about 10 AM. I must say that it was a lot easier finding parking than it was last year at RAMFest 2010 Jhb. Unlike the Cape Town edition, RAMFest Johannesburg (now in its 2nd year) is only a 1 day festival.
In all RAMFest 2011 Johannesburg was way better than the 2010 Johannesburg edition. There were plenty of bars (an improvement on the 2 hour queues that plagued the JHB edition last year). There were plenty of clean portapottis and a wide range of food stalls. I guess there might have been +/- 10,000 people at this year’s festival (about the same amount as last year). The Johannesburg festival might have been a 1 day festival, but it still proved that SA music is alive and well and there are plenty of people in Johannesburg that love it. During the course of the festival I also bumped into @LiamLynchPhoto @Liny_Kruger @JannieKotze @mj_healy @XavierLoubser @RoelienvdW @Ninokie @SniperMime @ronitae @RAMFest @elismaroets @stevoza @JWGoosen @JohnStoked @Awhelady and @donmulto. It was nice seeing all of them at the festival. I’d like to congratulate and thank RAMFest, Hilltop Live and everyone involved in organizing RAMFest 2011 Johannesburg for a great festival. Things can only get bigger from here on.
RAMFest 2011: An Objective Review – Baas De Beer
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