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Rustig Farm Style Music Fest

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Spend a day out in the country listening to amazing Afrikaans liedjies, taking in the stunning views and enjoying the fresh air at the Rustig Farm Style Music Fest this April. 

What Is It?

Enjoy a weekend out in the country at this awesome farm-style festival! The beautiful Rustig farm, situated in Magaliesberg, will be bringing you some of South Africa’s greatest artists at the Rustig Farm Style Music Fest, taking place this April. The lineup includes well-renowned Afrikaans artists such as Snotkop, Robbie Wessels, Refentse and Bok van Blerk. This live concert is the first of its kind to be hosted at Rustig. Other than the great music lineup, historical background and scenic views, guests will also get to treat their taste buds to real farm-style treats, with anything and everything from braai vleis, rice and curry to freshly-baked pancakes, all prepared by the locals. It's a lovely day out for all ages. Tickets are limited so get yours ASAP.

When Is It?

Saturday, 13 April 2019 from 14:00 for 15:00 – 19:00.

Where Is It?

Rustig, 36 Hekpoort, Hartebeestpoort, Magaliesburg, Gauteng.

How Much Is It?

Early bird tickets are R 250 per adult and children over 12. To purchase tickets, email [email protected].

Two children under the age of 12 will be admitted for FREE, per family.

If you bring more than two children under 12, the additional children will be charged R125 each.

The early bird tickets special ends on the 28 February 2019.

Please note: tickets are limited, so make sure that you get yours now.

From 01 March 2019, tickets will cost R300 per adult and for children over 12.

For More Information

For more information about this event, visit www.rustig.co.za. You can also contact them on [email protected] or 079 490 2690.

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