Final line-up revealed for Rage Festival 2016

2016-11-25 13:08
Da LES (Photo: Gallo)

Cape Town - This year’s line-up is complete, the five stages taking shape, and the world-class production is finally coming together, making Rage 2016 the biggest party in the southern hemisphere this November and December.

Featuring global international acts such as South London’s multi-talented TroyBoi who specialises in extraordinarily unique, versatile, and highly musical tracks that fuses various textures from multiple genres - Brazil’s Vintage Culture creates a unique brand of dance music merging retro synth pop influences with modern deep house and nu disco - Melbourne’s bounce maestro Brynny and psy trance DJ Ghost Rider, who process his emotions and ideas, to form a dynamic and catchy sound, sure to conquer the dance floors. All the acts will perform at the festival’s mega-venue, The Sound Factory.

Bolstering this power international line-up is our exceptional homegrown talent like Goldfish, Da Les, DJ Invizable, Huckleberry, Royal K, Mooi, Bomb Squad, Kallisto, Cayoss, Evida, Feedback, Park, Smiddie and many more. Durban, Ballito and Umhlanga will no doubt become the epicenter of world-class musical talent, giving Durbanites and students from around the country not only something to dance to, but to remember for years to come!

Rage Festival boasts - The Sound Factory with its five stages, 26 club nights across the KZN East Coast, more than 90 major international and local artists. Two weeks. One Passport. A lifetime of memories, only at Rage Festival. 

Get your Rage Passports before they sell out:

The four-day count down has begun before Rage takes over the KZN coastline. The flagship Black and Platinum passports have already SOLD OUT, leaving only General passports available. These are limited so it’s fastest Rager first.

General Rage Passports cost R950.00 
Click here for here to see the Passports tiers.
Passports are not for sale to persons under the age of 18. Attendees need to be 18 at the start of Rage on 26 November 2016 to be granted access to the festival and venues.


There’s still space on the Jozi shuttles! Thinking about using your own transport for Rage? Forget it! We have increased our Jozi shuttle service giving Ragers an easy and safe alternative operating transportation services from all sectors of South Africa. Established in 2009 as ‘Jozi Jol’ Shuttle service, the aim and focus was to eliminate students from drinking and driving to and from the jol. 

The Jozi Shuttles offering has expanded since 2009, offering more versatile transportation packages, to more areas, at the best rates. Safety, comfort and affordability are paramount at Jozi Shuttles. 

PICK UP –        OR Tambo International Airport
DROP OFF –    Ballito Bay Mall
DROP OFF –    Gateway Shopping Mall
PICK UP –        Ballito Bay Mall
PICK UP –        Gateway Shopping Mall
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Download Rage Festival 2016 App:

Want to know more about what’s going on at Rage Festival? The Rage Festival App provides up-to-the-minute event news and exclusive Rage Festival competitions. The App also provides users the ability to create their own custom event schedules and share these with friends on the App. Download it on the Android Playstore and the iOS App Store.

Stay connected to #Rage2016 on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and the Rage Festival website.

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