Thursday, September 27, 2018

Corona Sunsets Festival Guide - Durban 2018

With Durban's first Corona Sunsets Festival taking place tomorrow, we thought we'd bring you a quick guide on what to expect at the event, the do's and don'ts, the line-up, and some other FAQ's that could be bugging the minds of many whom purchased tickets for tomorrow. So first up, how do you get there? Well parking is limited and if you're planning on having a few Corona's while you're there, driving is a no no, hence the organisers have arranged shuttles with Zeelo, with pick up and drop off points in Umhlanga and Durban North, for more information on this, check the ticketing website to book your shuttle now.

Next up, the do's and don't and what to bring and what not to bring. The last thing we want is for you to bring a whole bunch of stuff that won't be allowed, so read up! Also there's a list of what you can bring with, so if you're not sure about something, you can check the list to see if its A-okay. 

At the festival, the organisers have tried to make things as easy as possible for you, so for payments they're using cashless transactions via your wrist band thanks to Howler. You will be able to load credit onto your bands, then whether you're buying drinks at one of the many bars, or some of the great food on offer at the food village, simply scan your band and you're good to go!

With a host of artists ready to perform, be sure not to miss your favourite by saving this set list with all the time slots of the various Dj's. That way you won't be standing around have a snack while your favourite DJ is doing their thing.

Lastly, we got a site map of the festival grounds, so you know exactly where everything is, another handy thing to save to your phone so you can navigate around on the day. Can't find your mates? Whip out the map, ask them where they are and go find them! Can't find the toilets? They're on the map too!

That is all you should need to know about tomorrows Corona Sunsets Festival taking place at the Shongweni Polo Club. If you are heading out there, be safe, be responsible and most importantly, have a blast! 

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