The launch of the 24hours music festival, Littlegig gathered us at one of Jonathan Liebmann of Propertuity and London-based architect David Adjaye’s new inner-city property development, Hallmark House situated on 54 Siemert Rd, New Doornfontein. To hear from festival founder Georgia Black on what she has planned for Littlegig 2018. The to-do was kickstarted with live music performance by the “IT” Samthing Soweto and Zara Julius. Bubbles were on tap and food was prepared by Jenny Ward of cult new Cape Town restaurant Chefs.
… avoid the price surge and the shortest horror story that is SOLD OUT
Think of this festival as the pretty gourmet festival. You pay an all-inclusive ticket price (from R2300 -R2450.00) that covers food, drinks and I hear cigarettes too for the smokers. All needs catered to. Not only that but there are bands performances, DJs, Chefs, fashion store, all sorts of food and drink bars. There is a Woolworths 24hours water station for crying out loud. With regards to accommodation, you can bring and pitch your own tent at no cost or check-in one of the luxury tents at a cost or stay outside the festival. The choice is yours.
Once you have booked your flights, please DO NOT miss any of them.
The festival takes place on the 17 -18 February 2018. At Wiesenhof farm in the Simonsberg mountains in Stellenbosch, 40 minutes’ drive from Cape Town. You might want to book your flights, car rentals and accommodation as soon as possible to avoid the price surge and the shortest horror story that is ‘SOLD OUT’. Once you have booked your flights, please DO NOT miss any of them.