HUAWEI

JOBURG DAY

IN THE PARK

16 MAY 2020

Johannesburg
Botanical Gardens,
Emmarentia

HUAWEI JOBURG DAY
IN THE PARK IS BACK

Huawei Joburg Day in the Park with 947 is the kind of family gathering you actually look forward to. Because here, family’s whoever YOU say it is - your squad; your crew; your day-ones – your people.

You’ll meet everyone from Sho Madjozi: the overachieving cousin; Black Motion: the entertainers; Prime Circle, Dj Fresh and Dj Kent: uncles who refuse to grow old; Jesse Clegg and Jeremy Loops: the friends your parents want you to hang out with; Ami Faku and Holly Rey: the younger siblings and Bongo Maffin: the long-lost relatives.

Round up your people and get your tickets to Joburg’s biggest music festival now!
#WithMyPeople #HuaweiJoburgDay

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DJ Fresh

DJ Fresh

Sho Madjozi

Sho Madjozi

Ami Faku

Ami Faku

DJ Kent

DJ Kent

Prime Circle

Prime Circle

Bongo Maffin

Bongo Maffin

Black Motion

Black Motion

Holly Rey

Holly Rey

Jeremy Loops

Jeremy Loops

Jesse Clegg

Jesse Clegg

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Experience a day out in the city you love

Johannesburg Botanical Gardens, Emmarentia

All you need to know

Frequently Asked Questions

How much are the tickets?
  • Early Bird - R250
  • Family Package (2 x Adults; 2 x Kids) - R900
  • General Admission - R350 (from January 2020)
  • Kids - R150 (from January 2020) ages 3-12 (under 3 enter free of charge)
  • Package of 4 - R1200 (from January 2020)
General Information:
  • Gates open at 9am, and the first performance is at 10am
  • Wheelchair Access, but the venue is not Wheelchair friendly
  • Vendors will be available with food, beverages and alcohol for sale.
  • Kids zone
Do's and Don'ts:
  • You can bring picnic baskets with food, but you can only use wooden or plastic forks and knives.
  • Umbrellas, chairs and blankets are allowed; but blankets can't be used in front of the stage and camp chairs will only be allowed in designated areas.
  • However, alcohol and other beverages will be sold at the event.
  • There'll be plenty of great food stalls for you to choose from, and 20 water points so you can buy water whenever you run out.
Permitted Items
  • Picnic Baskets but with no Beverages/Alcohol
  • Umbrellas (not in front of stage)
  • Blankets (not in front of stage)
  • Camp Chairs (designated areas only)
Prohibited items
  • No Glass bottles or containers
  • No Gazeebos
  • No Alcohol (Sold at venue)
  • No Gas or Charcoal braais
  • No Pets
  • No No Energy drinks, Soft drinks or Juices
  • No weapons and firearms
  • No drugs
  • No Hubbly Bubbly pipes
Parking
  • Safe and secure parking is available
Handy tips
  • Plan your day and Get there early
  • Drink lots of water to stay hydrated
  • Don't drink and drive
  • Wear sunscreen, but if you forget don’t worry because Sun Lab at Dis-chem has got you covered with sunscreen on the day. Keep an eye out for their promoters.