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A Mystical Annual Winter Experience: So Happy Winter Wonderland
Live trapeze artists, DJs and more await in this magical winter themed party
Take a step into a winter wonderland and dare to be amazed as So Happy brings their annual enchanting winter experience to the Grand Cafe and Beach on Saturday 3 August 2019.
EVEN MORE MAGIC
Setting themselves apart from most music festivals, you’ll see trapeze artists, contortionists, dancers and other fantastic movers and shakers performing at the event. Dress to the theme – in white from head to toe with your very own mystical touch. You’ll stand a chance to win some incredible (yet secret prizes) if you do. There’ll also be games and mysterious activations to keep you intrigued on the day.
IF YOU GET HUNGRY …
Round up your friends to fuel up with a winter warmer lunch from the Grand Africa Cafe and Beach’s delicious set menu. Space is limited for this so you’ll have to book ahead of time. Lunch starts at 3pm and ends at 7pm.
MUSIC AND TICKETS
So Happy are yet to release the headlining DJ and the rest of the lineup. Tickets cost R200pp for early birds, R250pp for winter birds and R300pp for late birds – book early. Tickets can be purchased via Howler.
A BIT OF GOOD
10% of every ticket will go towards the Smile Foundation. The Smile Foundation aims to help children with severe facial conditions and to help change the lives of many victims.
Note: this event is 21+ and identification will be checked at the door.
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