Friday fun at Kirkwood Wildsfees

2015-06-22 13:54

FESTIVALGOERS of all ages attending this year’s “wild at heart” festival on Friday, June 26, can look forward to a hearty good time.

Kicking off the entertainment on the Wild Windhoek Stage will be Wicus van der Merwe, followed by the Radio Kalahari Orkes, which will be on stage in Kirkwood for the first time.

Then back by popular demand, Jay and Lianie May will perform, and ending off the first day will be one of the Wildsfees fans’ favourites, Snotkop.

Adding to the magic of the festival will be a mystical area where the young at heart can enjoy an enchanted Faerie Village and Trail.

The Faerie Village will be made up of plants and flowers, set around cobbled streets and with the use of lights, pixies, elves and faerie images, children will enjoy a magical time.

While children enjoy the Faerie Village and are entertained in the Kids Castle day care, parents can enjoy looking for unique finds at the 350 stalls, take a “Walk on the Wildside,” savour fine wines in the Four Cousins Wyntuin, enjoy a meal or snack in the Coca Cola Food Court, enjoy tea and sticky treats in the Spar Koekeroer Teetuin and visit the Mohair tent and many more Wildsfees favourites.

The Absa Kirkwood Wildsfees 2015 will take place from Friday, June 26, until Sunday, June 28.

Gates will open at 9am and festinos can party late into the night.

Tickets are available from the Absa Kirkwood Wildsfees office on 042 230 0064 or you can go to www.wildsfees.co.za for more information.

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