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Outdoor Broadcast Pringle Bay Festival


WATERSHED & DIE HEUWELS FANTASTIES JOIN THE Pringle Bay Festival to Bring Together People who Care about the Environment.
 Just 60 minutes from Cape Town, and one of the finest examples of a coastal community who cares for its environment, Pringle Bay and Rooiels will host their Annual Pringle Bay Festival from 27 – 29 April 2018.

1Magic828AM is broadcasting live from the Pringle Bay Festival
Catch Guy McDonald, Brian Oxley and Dave Guselli live on air and other Magic Presenters in Pringle Bay on Sat 28 and Sun 29 April
Awesome food will also available in the Magic828AM Food tent.
In the build up to the Festival, we are giving away ‘Festival Hampers’ on air between the 16th and 25th. Be sure to have your radio on through the day – YOU could be a winner.
For more info on the festival and our involvement, click here:
See you in Pringle Bay 🙂 and remember to #MakeItMagic with Magic828AM Music Radio

Pringle Bay and Rooiels are surrounded by many of Mother Nature’s miracles; taking ‘spectacular’ to new dimensions with the coastline, rivers and mountains.  One cannot improve on Mother Nature’s spectacle, but we can do a lot to prevent further decay and destruction. Throughout the year preceding the 2018 festival, this community has been working on becoming a ‘single-use plastic’ free environment; cleaning the beaches and rivers, educating the community and businesses to do their bit to keep their enviro-footprint to its minimum.
As a result, after 12 months of caring for the environment, they ask the world to come and join them in celebrating their achievements.  To share their unique and marvellous location; to stay a while and experience for themselves what it is that makes Rooiels and Pringle Bay the little coastal gems that they are.
#ThinkingBlue is the slogan – declaring the intention to rid the communities of Pringle Bay and Rooiels of all single use plastics and to reduce the human footprint on this unique environment.
This community festival attracts more than 7 000 visitors to the beautiful beaches and wide open spaces. The business centre pulses with live entertainment, food stalls cater for every taste, and there are activities for young and old.
The Pringle Bay Festival is a celebration of the environmental achievements – promoting conservation under and above the ocean. After 12 months of caring for the environment – they are inviting you to join in celebrating their achievements.
Live music at the Jack Daniels Music Stage will include Watershed, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Jack Stone and The Hour, Jake Gunn, Matt Carstens, Marcia Moon, Rewind and so many more.  This year’s event will be packed with community and cultural activities; Colour Runs, guided fynbos walks, great food, exciting stalls, a cocktail bar, champagne and oysters, a Dog Show, vintage cars, the Harley Davidson club, local arts and craft, kid’s fairground and entertainment.

Magic 828, a major sponsor, will be broadcasting live from the event and delicious meals will be served in the Magic 828 Food Tent.

A massive prize of a 7 night charter holiday in Nosy Be Madagascar, courtesy of MadagasCaT Charters & Travel, can be won on entering the Treasure Hunt @ R90 per entry.
Enjoy the talented, local art route, featuring a range of original locally produced artworks and pottery. Craftsmen delight in showcasing their bespoke products. Families can enjoy outdoor hikes and family fun runs.
Meet Montana – the famous sheep, and the 3 alpacas that call Pringle Bay home and actively raise funds for the local fire station.
Historically the festival has been for the benefit of the local community but this year funds will go to the Marine Anti-Poaching Unit.  Over the years this festival has drawn so much attention, that they now have domestic and international visitors joining for a fun-filled weekend in one of the best-kept secret villages in the Western Cape. They will welcome all newcomers with a smile as no one is a stranger in Pringle Bay.
The Essential Details
Check the festival programme on,
on Facebook at Pringle Bay Festival, on Twitter and Instagram.
Please also follow, adopt and use the #ThinkingBlue hashtag as we adopt more sustainable practices.
For more information, marketing or sponsorship queries contact: Harriet Joao Marketing at and Tel: 0845249706.

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