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Posted on: Thursday, 10 June 2010

What to expect at the Cape Town FIFA Fan Fest

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Everyone wants to know exactly what will be going down at the Cape Town Fifa Fan Fest this Friday – Come share in the vibe of the day and experience the spirit of Cape Town as the FIFA World Cup begins! The Cape Town FIFA Fan Fest is a must as part of your Cape Town 2010 World Cup experience. With the ultimate soccer atmosphere it is definitely the most fun you can have without a ticket!

View the video for an introduction to the Cape Town FIFA Fan Fest running at the Grand Parade from June 11th to July 11th:

 

Programme Highlights:
Sunday 13 June: Goldfish
Wednesday 16 June:
Loyiso
Friday 18 June:
The Rudimentals
Monday 21 June: Gang Of Instrumentals
Tuesday 22 June: Brasse vannie Kaap
Friday 25 June: Ghorwane
Sunday 27 June: Danny K
Monday 28 June: Flat Stanley
Saturday 3 July: Freshly Ground
Tuesday 6 July: Gugulethu Tenors
Saturday 10 July: The Rockets
Sunday 11 July – FINAL: Prime Circle & Flash Republic

GO BAFANA BAFANA!!

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