The highly anticipated annual music festival, Joburg Day, will triumphantly come back to its original venue, Crocodile Creek Polo Club, on Saturday, September 2nd. Ravi Naidoo, 947 Station Manager, expresses his excitement, stating, “After a brief hiatus, we are thrilled to announce the return of Joburg Day to its original home at Crocodile Creek Polo Club to reclaim its position as the ultimate music extravaganza” as reproted by Joburg Newsroom.
This year’s event, presented in partnership with Samsung Galaxy, is set to provide an unforgettable experience for music enthusiasts, now known as Galaxy 947 Joburg Day. Naidoo adds, “Our partnership with Samsung Galaxy will elevate the festival to new heights, providing an unforgettable experience for all attendees.”
Organisers acknowledge that Crocodile Creek Polo Club holds a special place in the hearts of Joburg Day fans, given its rich history and cherished memories.
Justin Hume, Vice President of Mobile Experiences at Samsung, shares his excitement about the collaboration, stating, “Samsung is delighted to once again partner with 947 for the incredible legacy of Galaxy 947 Joburg Day. This collaboration sets a new benchmark for an extraordinary brand experience that combines music, the arts, and technology. Join the ‘flip side’ and enjoy this unique festival experience.”
Joburg Day has become synonymous with top-notch local performances, electrifying energy, and a vibrant atmosphere that unites music lovers from all walks of life.
The 2023 edition boasts an exceptional lineup of local artists who will grace the stage and deliver unforgettable performances.
“Prepare to dance, sing, and celebrate the magic of live music in the heart of Johannesburg,” adds Hume.
Tickets for Galaxy 947 Joburg Day are priced at R350 per adult, R150 for children aged 12 to 18, and R950 for a family of four. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.ticketpros.co.za.
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