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Monday, September 3, 2012

Everything you need to know for Durban Day!



                                                 Pic from last year's Durban Day.



Now that you have your tickets for Durban Tourism and East Coast Radio’s Durban Day in association with the Sunday Times, here are all the details you need to make this a fantastic family outing. This annual music event is being held at Moses Mabhida’s Peoples Park on Sunday 9 September and is the perfect opportunity to catch some of South Africa’s top bands in a family friendly environment.

This year’s line-up includes Platform Jazz, Idols finalists, Yoav, Toya Delazy, Johnny Clegg, LIRA, GoodLuck and the ParlotonesGates open at midday and while pre-sale tickets are only R100 from Computicket, last minute tickets can be purchased at the gate for R120. Children under the age of 12 enter for free. Free parking will be available at the Mustering Fields opposite the Kings Park swimming pool.

In keeping with the relaxed vibe, concert goers will be allowed to bring along their own picnic baskets with food. No beverages will be allowed, these will be on sale. But if the idea of preparing your own food is a hassle there will also be food vendors at the venue. We’ve sourced a wide range of service providers to cater for all tastes whether it is burgers, curries, frozen yoghurt or anything in between that the audience would like.

The secure Kids Zone will also ensure that there is entertainment for the little ones. Inflatables together with face painting, sand art, and balloon sculpting should keep children amused for hours.

The Head of Durban Tourism, Phillip Sithole says, “East Coast Radio’s Durban Day has become a highlight in our city's Celebrate Durban calendar and is fast becoming a flagship 'Funsunzi' event.” Be sure not to miss out on this exciting day out – gotta love the East Coast!

For more information please visit www.ecr.co.za.


Source - @ecr9495


                                        




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