Cape Town events company, Sweet Nothings is celebrating its first birthday. And, what better way to celebrate than to hold an outdoor techno festival! Sweet Nothings Festival is set to take place at the picturesque Slaley Estate in Stellenbosch on 28 October 2017.
Festival-goers can expect an exceptional outdoor music experience as the Festival will be headlined by some of the biggest names in the techno industry, including, renowned Brazilian techno artists, KRAFT, Thayana Valle and Black Jacket. Supporting the three headliners is a selection of local techno talents such as Durban-born DJ and producer Mogey, DJ duos Venture and Nordic, Confetti (consisting of well-known DJ Yeti and The Fogshow, playing back-to-back), and Minx. You’ll probably work up an appetite and want to quench your thirst as you groove and move with the DJs, not to worry, the festival will be set up with a fully stocked bar and multiple food trucks!
More Than Food has excitedly partnered with Sweet Nothings Festival to give one of our lucky readers a pair of tickets to this all day, all night, outdoor festival showcasing some of the hottest names in the techno world.
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Date: 28 October 2017
Venue: Slaley Guest House, Kromme Rhee Rd, Koelenhof, Stellenbosch, 7530
Opening Hours: Midday, 12pm (28 October 2017) – 2am (29 October 2017)
Tickets: Can be purchased online with the first phase of tickets starting at R250 (moving up to R350 at the third phase) and Shuttle Tickets are available for R120
Parking: Sweet Nothings organisers have established a great incentive supporting the local community and environment: Due to the limited space for parking, there is an eco-levy for vehicles. Vehicles with one passenger will incur a cost of R100 and vehicles with two passengers will be charged R50. Vehicles with three or more passengers can park for free. So they encourage you to carpool, shuttle or Uber. All proceeds from the eco-levy will be donated to the Saartjie Baartman Centre for Women and Children.
Photos provided by Sweet Nothings