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Soweto Kids Festival

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Surprise the little ones with a fun day out and enjoy the excitement at Soweto Kids Festival with tonnes of activities that will keep everyone entertained.

What Is It?

Need something to do with the kiddies? Then get the whole family together and enjoy a fun weekend with thrilling rides at the Soweto Kids Festival. It will be a weekend to remember with a boat load of activities to keep the little ones entertained. Mom and Dad can also enjoy a bit of a break, as there are awesome rides for the little kids, thrill rides for the big kids and tons of experiences that the whole family can enjoy.

Activities include giant water slides, fossil digging competitions, indigenous games, colour runs, jumping castles and tug of war. There will be food and drinks stalls at the venue, too.

Here's all that you and the kids can get up to on the day:

Kids Paid Activities (R 10 per activity)

  •  Pedal Boat
  •  Instant Photo (Photo Boards)
  • Mobile Train
  • Wipe Out Big Baller
  •  Parachute
  •  Go Karts
  •  Pony Rides (Horse Back Riding) – R 20

Adult Paid Activities (R 10 per activity)

  •  Go Karts
  • Pony Rides – R 30
  • Wipe Out Big Baller
  • Instant Photo
  •  Parachute

The Soweto Kids Festival is a must-visit, so get your tickets as soon as possible!

When Is It?

Saturday, 07 September 2019 at 10:00.

Where Is It?

Dobsonville Rugby Field, 3290 Nontlantla Street, Dobsonville, Soweto, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Ticket prices range from:

R50 for adults and R60 for children aged 2 - 12 years.

Group Packages:

Family of 4 (2 Adults & 2 Kids) at R200.

Family of 5 (2 Adults & 3 Kids) at R250.

Family of 6 (2 Adults & 4 Kids) at R320.

Book yours online via Computicket.

For More Information

For more information follow them on Facebook - facebook.com/events/392877434663259

Or, contact them on 078 182 1679 | [email protected]

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