WIN: Tickets to Hazelmere Dam music festival

Lost Frequencies has brought his unmistakable sound to some of the planet's biggest clubs and headlined his own North American Tour. He has performed at some of the world's largest and most notable music festivals and will perform at the Fun in the Sun outdoor musical festival at Hazelmere Dam.

MORE than 3 000 party-goers rocked at Hazelmere Dam in 2016, and 2017 is set to be bigger and better with a hot new line-up featuring two international artists and over 50 local acts.

The annual Fun in the Sun outdoor music festival kicks off on Saturday, 30 September at Hazelmere Dam. Gates open at 8am.

Lost Frequencies (Belgium) heads the line-up, supported by Nora en Pure (Switzerland).

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Lost Frequencies, has soared to success in the international music industry.

Local acts at the event include Chunda Munki, Hippie Mafia, Max Hurrel, Msizi James (5fm), Striptek, Jay Jabbs. Syzo, Hendrik Joerges, Mat od, Huckleberry, Park, Ches, Paul Marks, G Major, Rogue, Murray, Alex M, Dutchman, Beebz, Ryan Stylz, Finn, Zinc and Marc.

So, get your camping gear, tent, caravan, sleeping bags, sunscreen and sunnies ready for a full-day programme of chilled fun with music, food and lifestyle elements including clothing stalls, a convenience store and more.

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Tickets cost R300 for general access and R700 for VIP which will get you onto the VIP deck with a cocktail bar and lounge.

Limited tickets are on sale at, at or at selected Pick n Pay stores.

To book for the available transport, visit the Fun in the Sun 2017 website. The event is open to over 18s.


To win one of five sets of double tickets to this musical explosion, fill in the entry form below and click submit. Competition closes on Thursday, 28 September and winners will be notified telephonically. Good Luck!

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Michelle Dennis

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