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Parklife Festival - Johannesburg

Parklife Festival - Johannesburg

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Marks Park, Johannesburg, South Africa
Tickets Price Quantity
General Admission - Phase 2 R450,00 Off Sale
Early Bird Ticket R395,00 Off Sale
Children 6 - 12 Years R195,00 Off Sale
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947 & MTV present the next Parklife Gourmet Food and Music Festival in Johannesburg on Sunday the 3rd of May. This year’s festival introduces a stellar music line-up with legendary indie rockers Modest Mouse, international alt-rock outfit American Authors, French producer and DJ, Klingande,Prime Circle, Kahn (from The Parlotones), Jeremy Loops, and many more.

Parklife Gourmet Food and Music Festival has arguably become Joburg’s favourite inner-city festival, with live entertainment hosted across 3 stages, a vast gourmet food village and great relaxed environment.

Sunday 3 May 2015

PARKLIFE GOURMET AND MUSIC FESTIVAL - Johannesburg

Line-up: Modest Mouse (US), American Authors (US), Klingande (France), Prime Circle, Kahn, Jeremy Loops, PHFat, The Kiffness, Yorke, Connell Cruise & many more

Venue: Marks Park, Orange Road, Emmarentia, Johannesburg

Gates Open: 10am

TICKET PRICES:
(Excluding Booking Fee)

EARLYBIRD GENERAL ADMISSION (13+) : PHASE 1: R395SOLD OUT

ADULT GENERAL ADMISSION (13+) : PHASE 2: R450

ADULT GENERAL ADMISSION (13+) : GATE: R525

CHILDREN AGED 6 – 12yrs: R195

CHILDREN AGED 6 – 12yrs: GATE: R225

(Children Under 6yrs old Free)

Picnic Baskets welcome - No drinks allowed

 

Location

Marks Park
Orange Road
Emmarentia
Johannesburg
South Africa