Full Moon: The Castle Of Good Hope event details
The Full Moon takes places from 15 June to 16 June 2019. The 24-hour event starts at 14:00 on Saturday and ends at 2:00 on Sunday morning. Simply head out to the corner of Darling Street and Buitenkant Street in Cape Town.
Pre-order tickets at reduced rates have sold out, but you’ll still be able to get tickets at the gate for R200. If you have any queries, you can reach out to Wolf Pack Productions on 084 765 7141, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apart from the live music performers and DJs, there’ll also be food, arts and craft stalls, along with various refreshment stations and bars offering burgers, vegetarian food and so much more.
Hookah lounges stocked with exciting tobacco flavours will provide a laid-back setting. In addition, you can also get a temporary tattoo or UV face painting from some of the craft vendors.
Full Moon: The Castle Of Good Hope lineup
The where will two stages at this year’s event, – an indoor and an outdoor dance floor – along with massive sound rigs, UV decor, laser shows and fire dancers. Photographers and videographers will be around to capture your best moves.
The Outdoor Stage – Minimal, Techno, Progressive Trance
Galactic Trax (JHB)
Jahmanji psy (JHB)
Nephew WP Records SA
The Indoor Stage – Hip-Hop, Trap, House
- Bradd Peacock
- Tyrone Crossney
- Miles DJ
- DJ Mickz
About the Castle of Good Hope
The Castle of Good Hope was built between 1666 and 1679. It is the oldest surviving building in South Africa and is rich in local history and heritage. And the best part: it has a moat.
Unfortunately, the moat started to smell as a result of inadequate drainage and residents using it as a rubbish dump. The moat on the seaside of the castle was filled up in 1896 to make way for a railway line.
However, sections of the moat around the Castle were rebuilt and restored in 1992. And you can tour the castle too! The tours are included in your entry fee. Show up early to secure your spot.