NYE party to shake up St Francis

2015-12-17 06:00

THE annual Ruins New Year’s Eve Party will shake up Cape St Francis this month.

This not-to-be-missed New Year’s Eve Party on December 31 includes three mind-blowing stages - Butterbox, Strange Loving and The Ruins Main Stage - as well as a thumping line-up of artists.

Coming in hot with their own signature styles, offering a mix of music genres to energise the Village are Roger Goode, Nick Supply, Ryan Murgatroyd, Niskerone and Israel’s techno sensation Roy Rosenfeld.

The all-new revamped event promises that New Year’s Eve 2015 will be the night to remember with bar areas, great food, the best in international and national dance music and a set-up never seen before in Cape St Francies.

The entry fees are R250 for the Early Bird General Access (only 200 tickets available), R350 for General Access, R700 for Early Bird VIP (only 50 tickets available) and R850 for VIP tickets.

Bookings must be done through Computicket at http://online.computicket.com/web//event/the_ruins_nye.

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