Pay R30 for an entrance ticket to the Radio Reggae festival on Friday, 2 March 2012 at Woodmill Market, valued at R60 (Save 50%)
- Save 50% on a ticket to Radio Reggae
- A 3-hour rhythmic celebration of reggae
- Enjoy live reggae beats by Tidal Waves, Country Conquerors and the Rivertones
- Reggae artists from all over the country
- Brought to you by The Woodmill Market in collaboration with the University of Stellenbosch’s Woordfees
- A fun night out
- Valid for Friday, 2 March 2012
- Festival starts at 17:30
- Valid for entrance for one person
- Redemption on presentation of printed Groupon
- Only valid once deal closes
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- Terms & Conditions apply
to durable dreadlocks, spicy jerk chicken and rum-soaked island living; it’s no
wonder your heart is pining for a genuine Jamaican jam. Put daily stresses and slogging studies on
the backburner and sway to the beats of home-grown reggae with today’s Groupon:
Pay R30 for an entrance ticket to the Radio Reggae festival on Friday, 2 March
2012 at Woodmill Market.
In collaboration with the University of Stellenbosch’s Woordfees, The Woodmill Market is proud to bring you the Radio Reggae festival on Friday, 2 March 2012. A rhythmic celebration of reggae and all things Jamaican, the genre-specific jam features reggae artists from all over South Africa, including Tidal Waves, Country Conquerors and the Rivertones. Taking place at Woodmill Market in the bustling student town of Stellenbosch, the show kicks off at 17:30; giving reggae enthusiasts the opportunity to don full Rasta colours while practicing phrases like “it’s alright mon” and “pass me da rum”.
A vibrant expression of reggae culture and a touching tribute to some of reggae’s lost and living legends, this terrific event show is bound to put a sway in the step of every audience member; giving corporate escapees and stressed-out students the opportunity to let loose and bounce to the beats of Bob Marley and other reggae legends.
Warning: Festival-goers might experience lingering side effects such as the desire to just chill out, give out free hugs and advocate for world peace.