The Sabie Tube Race finally returns to the mountains
This festival is known as the event where people from all over spend the day floating down the Sabie River for miles on tubes and catch concerts by local and national bands in the evenings. Festival-goers bring their own hits, but there will also be some for sale on site.
The organization, Round Table White River 64, has gone to extraordinary lengths to host this year’s event and will be implementing high levels of security. According to chief organizer JL Coetzee, additional staff will monitor the riverside with Captain Pottie Potgieter and his team from the SAPS Mpumalanga dive unit.
“Covid regulations, as imposed by the government, will be monitored and enforced. Attendees’ temperatures will be measured before allowing them to enter the festival and Covid questionnaires will be completed by each attendee,” Coetzee said.
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Weekend tickets can be purchased for R450. Ticket holders will have access to the campsite and can bring their own vehicles, camping gear and coolers.
Coolers cannot be brought into the arena as there will be cash bar facilities on the show grounds. A daily ticket will also be available at R250, but holders of these tickets will be prohibited from entering the campsite. Secure parking for their vehicles will be made available to them.
“We are grateful to have the opportunity to host the Sabie Tube Race and we urge people to purchase their tickets quickly as it is a first come, first served situation and we are limited to just 2,000 people taking part. at the festival,” Coetzee said. .
Reserve your tickets at www.quicket.co.za.
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