Valley Vibes festival back for third time

POPARTLIVE is one of the acts that will perform live at this year’s Valley Vibes on September 30.Photo:SUPPLIED
POPARTLIVE is one of the acts that will perform live at this year’s Valley Vibes on September 30.Photo:SUPPLIED

AFTER exploding onto the scene in September last year, Port Elizabeth is about to experience one of the Bay’s fastest growing music festivals, Valley Vibes, for the third time.

Valley Vibes will open its gates again on September 30 at its home ground of Settlers Park.

Vibers, as festival-goers have come to be known, can make their way down to the park anytime between 12 noon and 10:30pm.

With two stage areas in play, Vibers will once again be able to enjoy being able to choose between an electronic or live act stage.

Headlining acts include Cape Town’s Ben Dey and the Concrete Lions, as well as POPARTLIVE, which is easily one of South Africa’s best live acts at the moment.

A “Dress for the Fest” competition, numerous local and national performing acts, a food village for the hungry, craft beer bars, a gin bar and cocktail bar for the thirsty, live art and a play area for kids will form part of the fun.

Tickets ranging from R120 to R150 per person can be purchased from IntenseEvents.nutickets.co.za.

Children under 12 enter free.

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