St Andrew's School for Girls invite you to attend their annual Family Festival this May. This year's fest will be even bigger and better than previous years. There will be great food, good wine, craft gins and top local entertainment. The line-up includes Jesse Clegg, Sho Madjozi, Cinimin, and Khanyi. The event will take place in the school's tea garden, while drinks will be available from inside the school Hall. Please note that no under 18's will be permitted entrance into the Hall. Children under 10 enter free, but must be accompanied by an adult. Overall, the day promises to be deliver a relaxed vibe that all adds up to an unforgettable celebration of flavour and fun.
Saturday, 18 May 2019 at 14:00 - 22:30.
St Andrew's School, St Andrew's Avenue, Bedfordview, Johannesburg.
Early Bird: General Admission R230 (available until Wednesday, 1 May 2019)
General Admission: R250 (available from 2 May 2019)
On-the-day (18 May 2019): General Admission R280
Hospitality ticket holders will receive snacks and drinks; access to the artist area; and have the opportunity to meet, and take photos with, the performers. Only available online.
Early Bird: R330 (available until 1 May 2019)
Hospitality Admission R350 (ends 17 May 2019 )
Book your tickets online via Quicket.
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What Is It?
The St Andrews School for Girls will be hosting an Art In The Gardens Exhibition And Auction. There will be high-end artwork and sculptures on exhibition, featuring works by Pierneef, Kentridge, Fringe and more. Bring along your picnic blanket and basket and enjoy a day in the gardens. Complimentary tea and cake will be served during the exhibition. Prospective art buyers should register before the auction and online payment facilities will be available. The auction catalogue is available online at Auction Catalogue.
Itinerary for the day:
When Is It?
Saturday, 6 October 2018 at 11:00
Where Is It?
St Andrew's School For Girls, St Andrews Avenue, Senderwood, Johannesburg
How Much Is It?
Tickets cost R80 per person and can be purchased here.
For More Information?
For more information, visit Quicket here.