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Goldfish (Photo: Screengrab, Channel24)
Goldfish (Photo: Screengrab, Channel24)

Cape Town - This New Year's Eve two of the most notable rival acts will finally share the stage in two of the most beautiful locations in the country. Goldfish are finally sharing the stage with Goodluck! Get Lucky Summer and the best news is that it is happening twice in one night!

This New Year's Eve both Plett and Knysna will be hosting South Africa's 2 live-electronic heavyweights in back-to-back performances in each town on the same night. Ahead of the event, Channel24 spoke to Dominic Peters and David Poole, of Goldfish while they were in Brazil about – the last time we saw them at Coachella 2018, their New Year's Eve set and a lot more.



The region's festival favourite, Get Lucky Summer, will be hosting two special 'NYE' editions in both Plett & Knysna on the Bitou Rugby Club fields in Robberg Beach as well as the Knysna High School Fields in Knysna - both events will take place on the night of the 31st of December 2019. Both events will feature Get Lucky Summer residents GoodLuck alongside electronic duo Goldfish with and more acts and DJ's to be announced.

READ NEXT: We chat to Goldfish at Coachella 2018.

Both events have something to cater for everyone with fully-stocked bars, a selection of food trucks, VIP areas, a kid's bar and the best in live music! If you are looking for an unforgettable way to spend the holidays with family, friends and good times… then there is no better way to see in the New Year of 2020. 


Limited Early-Bird Tickets from R250 are available online through Howler. Tickets available here. 

Group Early Bird Tickets - R250

Early Bird Tickets - R280

Main Sale Tickets - R400

Kids U12 Tickets - R200

VIP Tickets - R780

VVIP (all-inclusive) Tickets - R2700

Compiled by Alex Isaacs

Photo: Screengrab, Channel24

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