Party in camouflage, or be ‘fined’

2015-04-30 16:47
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DJ Christos will share the decks with many deejays.

PHOTO: Supplied DJ Christos will share the decks with many deejays.

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THE Camouflage Picnic at Demor Gardens in Alexandra Park is where all party animals should be on 25 April, hosted by DJ Christos, DJs from Durban and PMB’s T-Roxter.

Guests will be expected to wear anything camouflage said organiser Fano Gumede.

“It can be a cap, hat, T-shirt, pants, shorts, bags, cars, shoes, leggings, scarves or anything. People not wearing camouflage will be fined R10 at the gate.

The event starts at 11am and lasts until late. Tickets are R40 (only 200 up for grabs though) or R60, at the gate. Cooler boxes will be allowed in at a R100 access price. Ladies who arrive before 4pm get in free.

There will be a braai area, VIP area and cash bar. Meat to braai will be sold inside the venue. There will be two dance floors with 20 DJs and five live acts, including Hip Hop.

DJ Christos will share the decks with DJ Junior, De Rocker (Gagasi 99.5 FM), Sabza, Luciano, Cuteboy, X effect, Aionic, SkyDeep, Ten Blox, Khayzino, Dexter, King Torra and more.

For more information, phone Gumede on 083 499 4122 or WhatsApp 063 221 6886. The event is organised by Fanotainment Project. - Supplied

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