South African Cultural Observatory

Innibos National Arts Festival

05 JUL 2017 - 09 JUL 2017
Category: Multi discipline event - arts, culture & heritage
Region: Mpumalanga
Town: Mbombela (Nelspruit)
Cover Charge: Between R 50 and R 195 (week ticket R 500)
Contact Details: Office Tel: 013 741 5294 E-mail: admin@innibos.co.za Website: www.innibos.co.za Facebook: @innibosfanpage Twitter: @innibosfees
Booking Details: Ticket sales open 1 March 2017 Computicket www.computicket.com Tel: 0861 915 8000
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Four days for the whole family in the magnificent Lowveld with entertainment on the festival grounds from 10 in the morning to late at night on 7 different stages with something for everybody.  We have everything from child minding areas to Rock Stages - you will be spoilt for choice.  Plenty to eat and drink all day long and the stunning funfair for young and old.  Over 300 exhibitors sellling their wares and tempting you with all sorts of goodies.  Additional exciting shows in venues around town including drama, music, lifestyle and comedy theatre.

For the more sporty patrons we also have a Golf day with awesome prizes as well as a cycle race.

For enquiries go to www.innibos.co.za or phone 013 741 5294 or e-mail admin@innibos.co.za

Venue

Venue Name: Bergvlam High School
Street Address: Geelhout Lane
West Acres



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