New Afrikaans festival to hit Gauteng in June

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Gauteng is set to rock to the rhythms of Afrikaans music as the city prepares to host the inaugural Dag Drome Afrikaans Music Festival on 15 June at Huddle Park in Linksfield, Johannesburg.

Celebrating the rich heritage of Afrikaans music, the festival promises to be a celebration of family and music with a stellar lineup of renowned Afrikaans musicians and exciting performances from the likes of Francois van Coke, Jack Parow, Van Pletzen, Droomsindroom, Loufi, Biggy, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Alter Ego, Yo Nax, DJ Justine and more.


Dag Drome is taking place at Huddle Park Golf & Recreation located at 121 Club Street in Johannesburg from 10h00 until 20h00.

“Dag Drome was born out of a passion for curating immersive experiences that go beyond the ordinary, tapping into all that is to celebrate when it comes to Afrikaans music and creating a unique experience like never before,” says event organiser Yolandi Badenhorst.

Food and beverage stalls will be on site and concert goers of all ages are welcome, with ID required to purchase alcohol.

Bring along your camping chairs and picnic blankets and prepare for a wonderful winter day out enjoying the best that South African Afrikaans music has to offer.


Tickets cost R 95 for children under the age of 12, with standard tickets costing R 295. Priority tickets are also available at R 550 which comes with the added benefit of fast tracked entry and priority access to bars and toilets.

For those wanting the ultimate Dag Drome experience, VIP tickets are available at R 2 450 which includes access to a VIP hospitality lounge, premium seating, complimentary bar and catering as well as VIP parking and toilet facilities.

Get your tickets today at tixsa and don’t miss out!