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Rock the River SA New Year’s Festival 2011/12

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Rock the River SA New Year’s Festival 2011/12

The year is speeding to an end and the party season is fast approaching – do you know how you will be spending New Year’s Eve 2011?

How about heading out to a kick-ass outdoor music festival with your friends, away from the madness of the surging inner-city crowds?

Now in its third year, Rock the River SA Festival continues to provide an exciting alternative to conventional New Year’s Eve parties.

This year’s Rock the River SA New Year’s Festival will take place from December 31st to January 2nd at the Cape Town Ostrich Ranch, located 20 minutes’ drive from Cape Town along the N7, towards the West Coast. The organisers will once again bring along a brand new state-of-the-art sound and lighting rig to provide three epic stages for the more than 100 acts expected to attend. This includes the Main Stage, the Electro/Dubstep/ D&B stage and a third stage for Metal/Goth/Hard Rock and Punk.

At present, the confirmed acts for this year’s event include (subject to change): F*k*fpolisiekar, Hog Hoggidy Hog, Reburn, Half Price, Peachy Keen, Stonecollar, The Modes (PE), Junkyard Lipstick, CY.STR, Jackal & Wolf, Thought Police, Witness to Wolves, Cannon, Smugg Juggler, Woodstock Mafia, Signal Hill, Dustland Express, My Flawless Ending, Gritt (PE), Fingers in the Sky, a DJ line-up provided by RubaDub and Basscore, as well as the 420 Comedy Troop. More acts to be confirmed.

Metal stage confirmed acts: Mind Assault, Crow Black Sky, Ing, Strident, Axxon, Sindulgence, Fear vs Twelve, Messiah Complex, Bulletscript, Wargrave, Wildernessking, The Impalement Theory, All Guns Full Ammo, Fourteen Anomaly, 3rd Minute Effect. Electro/Dubstep/ D&B stage: Line-up to be confirmed.

FACILITIES
Participants in this year’s Rock the River SA New Year’s Festival can look forward to a well-planned event with all the amenities necessary to make an outdoor festival worth your while. This includes:
 Secure camping and parking
 Plenty of on-site security
 Swimming facilities
 Medics on site
 Clean, warm showers
 A food and craft market with affordable, yet tasty meals**
 Bars with affordable drink prices
 On-site ATMs
 A VIP area
 Activities including ZORB ball, paintball and a foefie slide!
 Tattoo artists
 Prize give-aways, including the ‘Float your Boat’ competition and Best New Year’s Eve costume
 And much more!

TICKETS
Tickets are available at the gate, Computicket, www.rocktheriversa.co.za, from participating bands, as well as Shoprite, House & Home, Checkers and Checkers Hyper.

Three-day weekend pass: R300 presale/ R350 at the gate
One-day Sunday pass: R150 (at gate only)

DIRECTIONS
Westcoast Ostrich Ranch, Van Schoorsdrift Road Philadelphia (off N7, Cape Town)
From the N1 coming from Cape Town:
1) Take exit 10 to merge onto N7 towards Malmesbury (17.2km)
2) Turn RIGHT (2.6km)
3) Turn LEFT (350m)
4) Destination (Cape Town Ostrich Ranch will be on the left)
GPS Coordinates:
South – 33°44’41.43”
East – 18°33’20.45”

Things to bring to Rock The River SA: An entrance ticket, tent, camping chairs, torches, sun block, insect repellent, toilet paper, camera, cap or hat, something warm, towels, headache pills, acoustic instruments, your hot sister/brother, money, sunglasses, swimming kit and good vibes!

Things not to bring to Rock The River SA: Alcoholic beverages will not be sold to anyone under the age of 18. No glass bottles (please decant your drinks into plastic bottles), littering (leave no trace, remove your camping litter!), fireworks, domestic animals, graffiti/tagging, bad attitudes, weapons, independent sound systems, illegal substances, drinking and driving. We have braai areas available.

RIGHT OF ADMISSION RESERVED. Entry is entirely at your own risk. The promoters accept no responsibility whatsoever for injury, death, loss or damage of any nature to persons, vehicles & belongings. This applies even to negligence of any kind by the promoters, venue and contractors. All rights reserved.

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My name is Kriszti Bottyan (23) and I am the Editor of Teenzone Magazine. This means that all content goes through me before it reaches you. I graduated from the University of Pretoria in 2015 and I am currently completing my post-grad in Applied Languages. I am admittedly addicted to E! but I am also into the more serious content about society and about topics concerning YOUR future. Ultimately, you are my number one priority. We have migrated to a digital platform that is more suitable to you, our readers. We are continuously grateful for your support and in return promise to deliver. We will not disappoint!

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