TroyBoi, Vintage Culture, Brynny and Ghost Rider and many more
Presented by Samsung Mobile South Africa
Rage Festival – South Africa’s biggest youth music and lifestyle festival – kicks off the excitement with a killer international and local lineup in its Phase 1 announcement. Durban, Ballito and Umhlanga will heave this November and December as thousands of SA youth enjoying their newly found and well-deserved freedom head down to the coast.
In Phase 1, the international lineup welcomes South London’s multi-talented TroyBoi who specialises in extraordinarily unique, versatile, and highly musical tracks that fuses various textures from multiple genres. Brazil’s Vintage Culture creates a unique brand of dance music merging retro synth pop influences with modern deep house and nu disco. Melbourne’s bounce maestro Brynny and psy trance DJ Ghost Rider, who process his emotions and ideas, to form a dynamic and catchy sound, sure to conquer the dance floors. All the acts will perform at the festival’s mega-venue, The Sound Factory.
The epic Phase 1 local lineup includes the likes of Niskerone, Kyle Watson, Trancemicsoul, Vimo, Capital, Chrizz Beatz, Jay Roberts, Mogey, Rikay, Erebus, Kollective Kulture, Vin Groovin, Syzo, Ryan Stylz and Ray Squared, with many more to come in the next artist release phases.
And we’re just getting started. Just all Ragers catch their breath, we will announce Phase 2 with more international muso’s to be added in the coming weeks.
Festival-goers and party-seekers can look forward to major international and local artists across five stages, with world-class production and the greatest two weeks of their lives, all packed into one passport!
Get your Rage Passports now
With three months to go before Rage ignites KZN’s coastline, the flagship Black Passports are already SOLD OUT, leaving Platinum and General passports. These are limited so it’s fastest first.
General Rage Passports cost R950.00 each and Platinum Rage Passports cost R2,650.00 each.
Passports tiers available at – http://ragefestival.co.za/ragepassport/
Passports are not for sale to persons under the age of 18. Attendees need to be 18 at the start of Rage on 26 November 2016 to be granted access to the festival and venues.
Ragers don’t sleep… but if you need a nap
What better way to attend Rage Festival than to join a Village where more than 5000 Ragers come together for one festival? A Village where different personalities meet and where friendships are made for life. A Village where Ragers eat, sleep, Rage and Repeat their ultimate Rage Festival experience. The available accommodation sits in Ballito at the Regal Inn and in Umhlanga at the Road Lodge, prices below:
Ballito: Regal Inn (The Home of Rage Village)
Double room (1 double bed): R900 per night
Double single (1 double and 1 single bed): R1050 per night
Umhlanga: Road Lodge
Twin room (2 single beds): R950 per night
Double room (1 double bed): R950 per night
What does it include?
En-suite bathroom with breakfast daily. Rage Village runs from Friday 25th November (check-in) to Monday 5th December (check-out) (Max. 10 night stay)
The Rage Festival 2016 App – coming soon!
Want to know more about what’s going on at Rage Festival? The Rage Festival App provides up-to-the-minute event news, exclusive Rage Festival competitions and the ability to track your friends across multiple events. The App also provides users the ability to create their own custom event schedules and share these with friends on the App.
Rage Festival organisers, G&G Productions along with Samsung Mobile South Africa promise to raise the stakes at this year’s festival and prove its place as the country’s biggest youth festival yet again.
Stay connected to #Rage2016 on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to be the first to know.
About G&G Productions
G&G Productions’ company strategy is clearly focused on the creation and ownership of the largest recurring music event properties in South Africa. Through annual repetition and strategic growth of its core event assets, G&G is able to redefine the way events and entertainment events are produced in South Africa.
As a team they’re highly focused not only on the delivery of epic experiences but also the need to put people in touch with their roots. Their various “outreach through music” programmes allow G&G to marry music and community and they are extremely proud of the impact they’ve made on the souls of privileged South Africans and on the lives of those less fortunate.
Working alongside the most creative talent South Africa and the world has to offer in music, DJ’s, audio visual, theatre, technical productions and communications, G&G creates the platforms that allow thousands of people to come together and unite in music.
About Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
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