A New Day Out - South Africa's first official physically distanced event is happening in November!
Photo Cred: UK pop-up venue - the Virgin Money Unity Arena

A New Day Out is a new event and a new way to do business, while offering consumers a safe environment to still get out and watch live music!

 

Johannesburg, South Africa (04 November 2020) – This is not a sponsored or paid-for post but a celebration of innovation and “out-the-box” thinking during a very tumultuous year. We love that South Africans are finding new ways to do business, while offering consumers a safe environment to still get out and watch live music!

A proudly South African production company called “LW Mag” is putting together what they are calling “South Africa’s first official Pod Party Music Festival called A New Day Out!

The event will be taking place at Montecasino at the end of November and will include live music performances from a host of SA’s top-tier artists. 

A New Day Out is a unique event that offers music fans a safe environment to enjoy the festival from the comfort of their very own physically-distanced pod, that will also consist of seats for four friends and/or family, as well as a variety of complementaries included. Event-goers will be able to order food and beverages, which will be delivered directly to the pod, keeping everyone safe and within the COVID-19 event regulations!

“With the entertainment industry put on hold due to the current pandemic, we are proud to offer a platform that enables us to host an exciting and premier show in the safest way possible. Playing a part that will help further re-open the industry and give music fans a day out with their favourite artists,” says A New Day Out organiser, Ryan van der Spuy.

Innovative events like these help South African artists, the hospitality industry and the mental health of consumers!

And the line-up will definitely not disappoint!

A New Day Out - South Africa's first official physically distanced event is happening in November!
Photo Cred: A New Day Out

Saturday 28 November Line-Up

  • Majozi
  • Veranda Panda
  • Shortstraw
  • PHFat
  • Prime Circle

Doors open at 2:00 pm and close at 9:30 pm

Sunday 29 November Line-Up

  • Majozi
  • Veranda Panda
  • PHFat
  • GoodLuck
  • Prime Circle

Doors open at 11:00 am and close at 6:00 pm

A New Day Out Ticket Options:

General Pod – R2000 per Pod (R500 per person)

Pod for four people with chairs.

Complementaries include: 4 x Safety Masks, 1 x Umbrella per person, 4 x Savannas, 4 x Red Bulls and 2 x cans of Pringles.

VIP/ Golden Circle – R5000 (R1250 per person)

Lounge style set up for four people.

Complementaries include: 4 x Safety Masks, 1 x Umbrella per person, 2 x Bottles of Pongracz Champagne, 4 x Red Bull, 2 x cans of Pringles and 4 x meal vouchers.

Terms and Conditions:

Tickets are available from Quicket.co.za and not open to anyone under the age of 18.

Limited to 500 people per day and complying with all Covid-19 protocols, the safety and peace-of-mind of our guests at A New Day Out is of the utmost importance. Taking all measures into account, this will be a contactless event from entry through to purchasing of food and beverages.

A New Day Out - South Africa's first official physically distanced event is happening in November!
Photo Cred: A New Day Out

Sources: Late Night With Seth Meyers
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