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Splashy Fen Festival
Weekend Glamping For Two
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With SPLASHY FEN MUSIC FESTIVAL & THE WEEKEND MAGAZINE
2 x general festival passes
1 x glamping tent (4 nights. Sleeps 2. Includes breakfast)
Terms & Conditions Apply. Subject to availability. This prize is not transferable.
Terms and conditions:
To enter the promotional competition, the entrant must:
Like & Share the Facebook post
Like @splashyfen Facebook Page
Like @Weekendmagsa Facebook Page
Tag 3 Friends Who would love a Weekend Glamping Getaway
The prize is not transferable.
By entering this competition the prize winner accepts the terms and conditions.
Finally Answer this question & send your answer , Name & Surname & area of entry to email@example.com
Q : - How many people has Splashy welcomed over the years?
Competition closes Friday 10th April 2020 & winners will be notified by email & on social media
GOOD LUCK !!!!
Get Ready For Splashy 2020
Splashy Fen is South Africa’s longest running and oldest music festival. It is so much more than just a music festival, it is a festival that celebrates life, art, music, people, love laughter, fun and enjoyment, all within a world heritage site (The Drakensberg).
The festival started in 1990 after a night of red wine around a fire when Peter Ferraz and Bart Fokkens decided that the farm Splashy Fen was a perfect location for a music gathering. Expecting only a hundred or so fans, the inaugural festival attracted some 400 musicians and festival goers, and by 1995, had become the biggest music festival in the country.
Over the years, Splashy has welcomed in excess of 150 000 people through its gates and provided a platform which has seen music careers blossom across our promised land. It is so much more than a festival…..and is rightly dubbed “SA’s Friendliest Music Festival”.
In recent years, the festival has experienced a significant revival and is now attracting fans from across the continent and globally to a festival site that is largely considered the most beautiful in South Africa.