Parklife Festival 2019


Want a great afternoon out for the whole family? Then grab everyone, including the little ones, and head to the highly-anticipated Parklife Festival Joburg.

What Is It?

Parklife Festival Joburg is back! Johannesburg’s favourite gourmet food and music festival returns for its eighth edition this August. But, this time the festival will be held at the stunning Johannesburg Botanical Gardens in Emmerentia. So, celebrate Women’s Day 2019 out in the bright sun with Parklife Fest. Ladies, you will receive discounted tickets just for being you. How great is that? Kids are also welcome to spend the day enjoying great food and the stellar line-up of performances. Bring them along for a day out in the city.

Parklife features the best in gourmet street food, as well as an awesome line-up of top local and international music artists. So, don’t miss it!

**Artists will be announced soon. Check out their Facebook events page for line-up notifications.

When Is It?

Friday, 09 August 2019 from 10:00 to 19:30.

Where Is It?

Johannesburg Botanical Gardens, Thomas Bowler Street, Emmarentia, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost R150 – R195 per person.

Phase 1: Early Bird Tickets

R150 for women

R195 for men

R70 for children 12 and under

Get your tickets online via Howler.

For more information

For more information, visit the Parklife Festival website, or follow them on social media for updates:

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Contact them via email at info@parklife.co.za

2019-08-09 00:00:00 2019-08-09 18:00:00 Africa/Johannesburg Parklife Festival 2019 https://joburg.co.za/parklife-festival-joburg/ Johannesburg Botanical Gardens, Thomas Bowler Street, Emmarentia, Johannesburg. Joburg.co.za info@parklifefestival.co.za

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3 thoughts on “Parklife Festival 2019

  1. Amazing that some peeps can afford almost R500 per person in this country. Something is not right….no no. Is this some financial exclusion of some sort. I pass

  2. First time attending….NEVER again. The rip-off in terms of ticket prices! The inconvenience having to stand in a q to load cash on a card (you’ll never use again) and then another q for drinks (R180 for a 6pack)…..AND being charged for plastic cups-SERIOUSLY? The ‘main stage’ had pathetic acts while stage 2 had the best dj’s and really had the crowds…..the organizers didn’t even account for some intertainment during set changes (unheard of). COME ON NOW…..IF YOU WANT TO PLAY WITH THE BIG BOYS……DONT RIP PEOPLE OFF AND GIVE US OUR MONEYS WORTH!

  3. Crazy entrance fee. Everybody should boycott this festival to teach the organiser a lesson that we don’t except to be ripped off!

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