Local events company, Sweet Nothings – in partnership with Corona – presents its inaugural one-day electronic music festival on 29 October 2016. Taking place at the Cape Town Ostrich Ranch, this event will take festival-lovers on a techno adventure with a great lineup, featuring headlining Brazilian DJ duo, Plastic Robots.
This is the first time that Plastic Robots will be playing in South Africa and the renowned pair will certainly impress with their strong bass lines and darker sound elements that have made them international icons. The event will form part of an up-coming series of boutique one-day festivals by Sweet Nothings, with the aim to expand the fan base of techno in South Africa.
The lineup also includes sets by notable local DJs, including high energy performers, Fogshow, multi-talented 23 year-old techno producer, Bander, and dynamic artist, Matt Billet. Yeti, who is well-known throughout South Africa and abroad, will perform his range of deep tech and techno that has gained him a sizeable following. These DJs, leading the South African techno wave, have played for other distinguished outdoor events, such as Rocking the Daisies, Kinky Disco and We Love Summer, to name a few.
Only 25 minutes from Cape Town’s city centre, the Cape Town Ostrich Ranch, which has been home to many electronic festivals throughout the years, is the perfect location. The venue boasts a large festival ground, as well as ample parking that is easy walking distance to the main area. There will also be a fully-stocked bar, including ice-cold Corona and other beverages, as well as food trucks from Blended and Moreish Eatery.
VIP tables are available for purchase at R3 500, which includes five tickets, a bottle of tequila and a bottle of vodka, six Coronas, six Red Bulls and six other mixers. The package is perfect for a group of friends and includes preferential seating.
Gates open at midday, 12pm and close 2am. Tickets can be purchased via Nutickets at R260 and (subject to availability) may be purchased at the gate for R300. Tickets are limited, so festival-goers are advised to book online.