- Pay R80 for a Friday pass to the North Coast Festival, valued at R165
- Pay R80 for a Saturday pass to the North Coast Festival, valued at R165
- Pay R60 for a Sunday pass to the North Coast Festival, valued at R125
Festivals are a fun-filled mash up of the great outdoors, good bands, food, friends and someone ending up in the lake in a plastic crocodile suit. The North Coast Festival is a jam packed three days of fun and entertainment and there is truly something for everyone including music, comedy, children’s activities, a market and arts and crafts.
Located 12km inland from Ballito, there is
also a variety of refreshment stalls as well as camping facilities where you
can truly enjoy the outdoors, resting your weary head on a lump of soil
fashioned into a pillow. The inaugural North Coast Festival is not just some festival or an excuse for
tree-lovers to congregate, but is being held to celebrate new beginnings while
raising funds for non-profit organisation NEDA’s social and enterprise
development initiatives on the Dolphin Coast in Durban; so technically by
jamming at this festival you are saving the dolphins, and doesn’t that just
make you feel good?
With esteemed live acts like Just Jinger, Louise Carver, GOODLUCK, Gang of Instrumentals and some Jazz, Latin, Fusion and Reggae on show as well as comedians to tickle your medulla oblongata, the North Coast Festival promises not to disappoint.
Festival fact: At a music festival in London, a man stood on stage and claimed to be the reincarnation of Barry White. The man, who was dressed like Elvis, was booed off stage and was seen trying to hitchhike home singing a medley of Can’t get enough of your love babe and Suspicious minds.