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Everything you need to know about George Ezra’s Cape Town gig!

2015-08-27 05:00

Cape Town – We’re counting down the last few days before the handsome Mr. George Ezra arrives on our shores!

Just in case you’re completely clueless about how it’s all going down, we’ve put all the deets together for you right here.

When is it happening again?

Saturday, 29 August.

But where is it happening?

Marco Polo Club, Durbanville Racecourse.

What’s the line-up looking like?

13:00 - Gates open
14:05 - Bongeziwe Mabandla
15:10 - Hot Water
16:15 - Beatenberg
17:45 - George Ezra

Beatenberg. (Photo: Ross Garret)

So it’s outdoors. What if it gets cold?

Don’t stress. There will be a cozy festival atmosphere with mushroom heaters under a large, tented and covered space.

What if I get really hungry?

Bring your own picnic baskets (no liquids allowed) or go for a variety of artisan food stalls available, check out the under-cover beer garden and enjoy a family-friendly day out with tons of musical entertainment and an all-round awesome vibe!


Where can I park my ride?

There will be free and secure parking close to the concert entrance, within the racecourse grounds. Or just grab an Uber!

Where can I get tickets?

Get them here.
Standard - R575 ex. booking fees
Premium - R865 ex. booking fees

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Some notes from the organisers:

- No liquids (including alcohol and water), firearms, glass, weapons, knives, sharp objects, cameras with removable lenses (unless media accredited), fireworks, explosives, mace, gas canisters, glass, illegal substances, animals/ pets, braai equipment, hooka/hubbly pipes, unauthorised distribution of any flyers or brands/products or laser pointers.
- This is an outdoor event.
- Times are subject to change.
- People using small umbrellas and collapsable chairs will be asked to move to one side.
- Seed Experiences, George Ezra and any affiliated sponsors do not take responsibility for any loss, theft, damage, death or injury that may occur.

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